Disneyland Paris will officially welcome back guests next month – but ticket-holders are being told to expect numerous changes.
Everyone over the age of 11 will be told to wear a face covering when walking around the park, whilst the use of Fast Passes (which offer people the chance to skip lengthy queues) are being temporarily suspended.
There will also be compulsory advanced ticketing measures in place, as well as social distancing protocols.
Several experiences, shows or events will be forced to remain closed in order to meet safety criteria ensure the wellbeing of guests.
The theme park itself will open to the public for the first time in three months on July 15 – but hotels and resorts will open at later dates.
Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne is planning to welcome guests on July 20, with Hotel Santa Fe opening from August 3.
The Disneyland Hotel is set to remain shut until autumn (with a planned September 7 return).
Other accommodation on site remains closed until further notice.
Natacha Rafalski, President of Disneyland Paris, said: “All of us at Disneyland Paris are excited to be on the path to reopening over the next few weeks.
“Making magic means even more, as we reflect on the resilience of our Cast Members and community, the enthusiasm of our guests and fans, and the positive momentum of many reopenings in the tourism industry across Europe.
“We are looking forward to the return of our Cast Members and reopening our gates for guests to once again enjoy.”
France opened its borders to UK visitors last week – although visitors will be asked to quarantine for two weeks.