Paris’s iconic monument, the Eiffel Tower, reopened its doors to visitors today, eight months after it was closed due to a blockade by COVID-19.
“Yes! After more than 8 months of closure, my doors finally reopen. “How good it is to see you again”, it is said in the official account.
Visitors can now once again reach the top of the monument at 300 meters, by stairs or by elevator.
The location will be open seven days a week, from 09:30 until 22:30. Admission will be limited to 10,000 visitors per day, the same as last year, compared to 25,000 before March 2020 before the COVID-19 restrictions take effect, reports TCh.
Starting July 21, a government-mandated health permit that proves vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19 less than 48 hours ago will be mandatory for all visitors aged 18 and over. . Facial masks will also be mandatory under current health measures.