These regulations included mandatory face masks for Guests age 2 and over, social distancing requirements, and plexiglass dividers on rides, attractions, and Park transportation vehicles. Furthermore, certain experiences, like parades and fireworks — anything that would draw a large crowd — were suspended.
Now, however, as COVID cases around the globe have begun to ebb, Disney Parks have begun loosening restrictions. And, as of this morning, Disneyland Paris has confirmed that parades will be returning in mere weeks — on November 13, 2021!
The European theme park’s official Instagram account posted:
As the Christmas season quickly approaches, get a sneak peek at the brand new ‘Mickey’s Dazzling Christmas Parade’ which begins on 13th November in Disneyland Park! Plus, a whole host of magical experiences is set to return to Disneyland Paris very soon! Which experience are you looking forward to most?
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From 13 November 2021 to 9 January 2022, the festive magic comes to life at Disneyland Paris! Sparkling decorations, Disney Characters dressed in their finest seasonal outfits and a breathtaking new parade bring magical merry moments in a picture perfect Christmas card scene.
The webpage also shares details about some of the popular characters who will be appearing this Christmas season at Disneyland Paris:
Santa Claus, Mickey and all his friends are dressed in their most dazzling Christmas outfits, ready to pose with you. Get your phone ready and show them your biggest smile for a sparkling Christmas photo.
Finally, Guests can look forward to seeing Sleeping Beauty Castle and Disneyland Park’s Town Square decked out for the season:
A giant Christmas tree twinkles in a thousand colours in Town Square, while the twinkling fairy lights that line Main Street U.S.A. showing the way to Sleeping Beauty Castle. A Christmas card scene brought to life!
Are you looking forward to Christmastime at Disney Parks around the world?
Let the expert team at Academy Travel help you plan your next magical vacation to any of Disney’s six theme parks — Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disney Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Shanghai Disneyland.