Disneyland Paris has updated their face covering rules today, just as Walt Disney World changed their face coverings requirements recently. Due to the requirement to be vaccinated to enter Disneyland Paris (or daily testing for unvaccinated under 16's) the French government guidance has now changed in light of the current stage of the pandemic.
In line with French government guidance, face masks are no longer required but remain recommended at Disneyland Paris as of March 2 for experiences such as our parade and nighttime spectacular "Disney Illuminations"
This change means that face coverings are no longer required outdoors or indoors in areas where the vaccine/health passes are used (which is everywhere in Disneyland Paris). Of course, you're free to still wear one, and Disney recommends you do wear one in crowded areas of the parks (like during "Disney Illuminations") but it will no longer be enforced.
Book Disneyland Paris now for this summer to enjoy the current "Lowest Price Guaranteed" offer. Us Brits can now visit Disneyland Paris without the need for any pre-departure or travel returns tests, and now face coverings are gone.
All Disneyland Paris packages bookings made by 2nd April 2023 will receive a FREE crossing with P&O Ferries when you arrive between 1st April and 30th September 2023.
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