Paris Travel Update: Monuments, Museums Open; Disneyland Paris to Reopen Wednesday

According to the Embassy of the United States in Paris, France, airports and train stations are open, though travelers should expect delays due to heightened security.

Tour operator City Vision provides the following updates:

All museums and monuments will reopen today, Tuesday, November 17 (except Disneyland Paris — see below).

City Vision says all tours cancelled from November 14-16 won’t be charged and customers can get a full refund. General sales conditions apply to booking amendments and cancellations from Tuesday, November 17.

Disneyland Paris announces its parks will remain closed through Tuesday, November 17 and will reopen on Wednesday, November 18. Disneyland Paris’ current policy (which may be amended at any time): no-shows from this past weekend (November 13-15) will be treated as cancellations without fees and will be fully refunded; bookings for arrival until the end of March 2016 may be cancelled at no fee and will be fully refunded. Also, bookings for arrival until the end March 2016 may be modified at no penalty fee. Rebooking will have no extra charge where the same price is available. Where the originally booked pricing/offer is not available, a rebooking will be possible with the difference in price being paid by the guest.

For any questions about traveling to or from Paris, contact your GOGO Vacations consultant.

For updates on security and travel recommendations, see the Embassy of United States in Paris, France.