Which tourist attractions in Europe are closed due to the Coronavirus? Is the Eiffel Tower opened during the Coronavirus crisis? We are now able to answer those questions for more than 100 tourist attractions across the European continent. Since March 5, we are continuously tracking about 110 tourist attractions across the European continent. We previously also launched a special page dedicated to The Louvre museum in Paris.
You can use the filters above the table to search for a specific country or destination. The table updates automatically based on what you add in the filters. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in Europe we have also started lowering crowd predicts for most cities.
Italian lock down: attractions in Venice and Milan close due to Coronavirus
On March 8, the Italian government issued a lock down degree for most of the North part of the country. Museums are part of the decree and are forced to close their doors until at least April 3. In our overview this effects all tourist attractions in Venice and Milan. The announcement was made in the middle of the night and museum staff have not yet been able to update their websites. The information in the overview is therefore based on the news coverage about the decree and not information from the attractions themselves.
How to read our overview
In total we track 110 tourist attractions throughout Europe and check whether they are open or closed due to the Coronavirus. There are three categories:
Open: The tourist attraction is operating without restrictions.
Limited: The tourist attraction is open but is limiting capacity due to the coronavirus or has other measures in place to limit access.
Closed: The tourist attraction is closed for all visitors due to coronavirus outbreak.
|wdt_ID||Country||City||Tourist Attraction||Status||Website||Last update||Additional info|
|1||France||Paris||Louvre||Will reopen soon||https://www.louvre.fr/en||25.06.20||Reopening July 6|
|2||France||Paris||Eiffel Tower||Open||https://www.toureiffel.paris/en/||25.06.20||Reopening stairs on June 25, lifts on July 1|
|4||France||Paris||Arc de Triomphe||Open||http://www.paris-arc-de-triomphe.fr/en/||25.06.20||Closed until December 12 (according to website)|
|5||France||Paris||Mosée d'Orsay||Open||https://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/accueil.html?cHash=1030a57d48||25.06.20||Reopening June 23|
|7||France||Paris||Disneyland Paris||Will reopen soon||https://www.disneylandparis.com/en-us/||25.06.20||Phased reopening starting July 15|
|9||Italy||Venice||Saint Mark's Basilica||Open||http://www.basilicasanmarco.it/?lang=en%2F||25.06.20||Seems to be open. Not fully clear.|
|10||Italy||Venice||Peggy Guggenheim Collection||Open||http://www.guggenheim-venice.it/inglese/default.html||25.06.20|
Good to know about our overview of tourist attractions & The Coronavirus.
Since we are trying to keep up with an ongoing situation, this list might not be complete or correct. We link to official sources where we can. Verify all information before you rely on our or any other website. Please inform us about new closures, errors or re-openings on Twitter It is our aim to tell you which tourist attractions in Europe are closed due to the coronavirus.