Eiffel Tower reopens in Paris with new restrictions after 104-day coronavirus lockdown
Marking another milestone in France’s recovery from coronavirus lockdown, the Eiffel Tower reopened to visitors Thursday after its longest-ever closure in peace time: 104 days. Tourists who are trickling back to Paris were delighted to find the landmark open when some other attractions in the French capital remain closed. The
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France Plans to Welcome Tourists Starting June 9
U.S. travelers could be back to exploring the French countryside and iconic attractions like the Louvre and Eiffel Tower in June. French President Emmanuel Macron has laid out a reopening plan that would allow U.S. passport holders to enter France beginning June 9, assuming COVID-19 levels remain under control and visitors can present proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test, The Local France reports.