As France enters phase 2 of its closure on Tuesday, sites that are very worthwhile in Europe by visitors have begun to welcome the public again.
A scent of standardization flows across Europe. The Coliseum in Rome, the shops of the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul and the Camden Market in London have opened their doors again for visitors.
IN Italyafter St. Peter’s Church in Rome, Pompeii or even the Pisa Tower, it is the Coliseum – the busiest tourist spot on the peninsula – to welcome new tourists. The impressive amphitheater of ancient Rome welcomed nearly 300 people who had booked online, far from the 20,000 regular tourists daily before the health crisis.
IN Spain, where the virus has been dead for 24 hours for the first time in three months, the iconic Guggenheim Museum has reopened.
IN turkey, access to the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul was once again allowed to the public when it was banned from it since March 23, a closure of an unprecedented period of almost six centuries of existence.
On UK, the most deprived country in Europe, but where the number of 24-hour deaths was the lowest Monday since the start of capture on March 23, the very touristy Camden market in London has opened its doors cautiously.
ToNetherlandstourists can once again visit the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. On the other hand, the “cafes” can only serve cannabis “to remove” to amateurs.