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Detailed List Of European Attractions That Are Still Open Or Temporarily Closed Due To Covid-19

Detailed List Of European Attractions That Are Still Open Or Temporarily Closed Due To Covid-19
Trip101 Editorial
Trip101 Editorial
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Many of the most visited tourist destinations in the world reside in the historic continent that is Europe. With centuries worth of history to learn about, traveling to beautiful countries like Greece, Italy, Germany, and Sweden to name a few is no question. However, in light of the COVID-19 becoming a global pandemic in the West as well as the East, it’s become a huge question mark where people can still travel to.

The increasingly significant impact of the coronavirus outbreak has severely impacted many of the most frequented tourist destinations in Europe. In fact, according to an article by Pharmaceutical-Technology, six out of the top ten most infected countries are located in the European continent. These include the homelands of scenic attractions like The Royal Palace of Madrid in Spain, the Pantheon in Italy, and the Eiffel Tower in France to name a few.

It’s best to keep in mind that many of the European destinations may temporarily be inaccessible due to the severity of COVID-19 in every country, however, some other lesser-known attractions still remain open to the public. Meanwhile, for those looking to make travel plans to Germany, Spain, France, and Italy among other popular European attractions, take note of the current attractions that you and your travel buddies may want to stay away from down below.

Travel Advisory and updates on the COVID-19: Read more

Austria

Hofburg, Wien, Österreich

Attractions that are still open
■ Belvedere Palace
■ Museum Hundertwasser
■ Prater
Schönbrunn Palace
■ Schönbrunn Zoo
■ Spanish Riding School
■ St. Stephen’s Cathedral
The Hofburg

Check out some of the best places to visit in Austria.

Belgium

Colourful houses in Dinant, Belgium

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Brussels’s Grand-Place
■ Napoleon’s Waterloo
■ Sint-Janshospitaal
■ The Atomium
■ The Bruges Belfry
■ The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken
■ Victor Horta’s Major Townhouses

Events that are cancelled
■ Tomorrowland Music Festival: 17 Jul – 26 Jul 2020

Check out more things to do in Belgium.

Croatia

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Plitvička Jezera, Croatia

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Korcula
■ Krka National Park
■ Pile Gate
■ Plitvice Lakes National Park
■ Rector’s Palace
■ Rovinj
Walls of Dubrovnik
■ Zagreb

Explore the UNESCO sites in Croatia and the beautiful beaches in Croatia if you are thinking of having a beach holiday during summer.

Czech Republic

St. Vitus Cathedral (katedrála svatého víta), prague, czech republic

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Karlovy Vary
■ Moravian Karst
■ Old Jewish Cemetery
■ Plzen
■ St. Vitus Cathedral
■ Telc

Attractions that are temporarily closed
Prague Castle

Events that are cancelled
■ Livre Paris Book Fair: 20-23 March 2020
■ Prague International Film Festival: 19-27 March 2020

Take a short day trip from Prague if you don’t want to travel far!

Denmark

Boats in canal in Copenhagen, Denmark

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Amalienborg
Christiansborg Palace
■ Maritime Museum
■ Nyhavn
■ The Funen Village
■ The Round Tower

Attractions that are temporarily closed
■ Tivoli Gardens: Plans to open Tivoli as expected on April 2.

Check out more beautiful places to visit in Denmark.

France

Eiffel Tower at night in Paris

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
Arc de Triomphe
■ Disneyland Paris & Walt Disney World Paris
■ Montparnasse Tower
■ Sacré-Cœr

Attractions that are temporarily closed
■ Disneyland Paris Resort: 15 March 2020 till at least end of month
Musee d'Orsay
Eiffel Tower, Paris
Palace of Versailles
The Louvre

Latest updates on France's lockdown

All non-essential businesses including restaurants, cafes, cinemas, nightclubs, museums, libraries, concert halls and most shops have been closed. Religious buildings will remain open but ceremonies would be postponed.

NOTE: French government’s order that all public gatherings of more than 5,000 people be canceled.

Escape the crowd by planning for a beach holiday in France this summer.

Germany

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Alte Nationalgalerie
■ Brandenburg Gate
■ Berliner Fernsehturm
■ Hofbrähaus München
■ Munich Residenz

NOTE: In Berlin, Germany, state theaters, operas and concert halls will be closed from March 11 until April 19.

Escape the crowd by planning for a beach holiday in Germany this summer.

Greece

Acropolis of Athens, Athens, Greece

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
Acropolis of Athens
Corfu
■ Delphi
■ National Archaeological Museum
■ Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Escape the crowd by visiting some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece for a beach holiday.

Italy

Trevi Fountain, Roma, Italy

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Trevi Fountain

Attractions that are temporarily closed
■ Beethoven Pasqualati House
■ Beethoven Museum Heiligenstadt
■ Belvedere Palace
Borghese Gallery and Museum
■ Cathedral or Santa Maria del Fiore
■ Castel Sant'Angelo
Colosseum
Doge’s Palace
■ Duomo di Milano
■ Galleria dell'Accademia
■ Haydn House
■ Johann Strauss Apartment
Leaning Tower of Pisa
■ Mouth of Truth
■ Museo Correr
■ Otto Wagner Pavilion (Hietzing)
■ Otto Wagner Pavilion (Karlsplatz)
■ Palazzo Vecchio
■ Pantheon
■ Peggy Guggenheim Collection
Pompeii
Roman Forum
Saint Mark’s Basilica
■ San Siro Football Stadium
■ Santa Maria delle Grazie (Da Vinci’s Last Supper)
■ Schubert Geburtshaus
■ Schubert Sterbewohnung
■ Sforzesco Castle
■ Spanische Hofreitschule

■ State Hall of the National Library of Austria

St. Peter’s Basilica
■ Teatro alla Scala
■ Vatican Museum & Sixteen Chappel
■ Uffizi Gallery

Events that are cancelled
■ Milan Furniture Fair: The largest furniture fair in the world
■ Venice Carnival: 8 Feb 2020 – 23 Feb 2020
■ Serie A matches: Six soccer matches set to take place in Italy

Latest updates on Italy's lockdown

NOTE: All museums and archaeological sites are closed in Italy during the countrywide lockdown. All Catholic churches in Rome have also been ordered closed till at least 3 April. These restrictions will be in place until at least April 3. Most bars are still open from 6am-6pm only.

Russia

St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
Peterhof
■ Peter and Paul Fortress
■ Saint Basil’s Cathedral
■ State Hermitage Museum
■ Winter Palace

Attractions that are temporarily closed
■ Savior on the Spilled Blood

Spain

Tibidabo, Barcelona, Spain

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Alcazaba
■ Camp Nou Stadium / FC Barcelona Museum
■ Casa Mila
■ Castell de Bellver
■ Catedral-Basilica de Santa Maria de Mallorca
■ La Sagrada Familia
■ Museo Nacional del Prado
■ Park Guell
■ Picasso Museum
■ Royal Palace of Madrid
■ Santiago Bernabeu Stadum (Real Mardid Museum): Closed on March 29
■ Tibidabo Amusement Park
■ Tibidabo Cathedral del Sagrat Cor
■ Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

Latest updates on Spain's lockdown

All museums, cultural centres and sports venues will be closed. People are also banned from leaving their homes except for buying essential supplies and medicines, or for work. Do also note that restaurants and cafes may only do home deliveries during this lockdown period.

Escape the crowd by indulging in a beach holiday in Spain this summer.

The Netherlands

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
■ Anne Frank Huis
■ Heineken Experience
■ Rijksmuseum
■ Royal Palace Amsterdam
■ Stedelijk Museum
Van Gogh Museum

United Kingdom

Westminster Abbey, London, United Kingdom

Attractions that are still open and worth exploring
Buckingham Palace
Edinburgh Castle
London Eye
■ The Beatles Story
The British Museum
■ The Shard
Tower of London
■ Westminster Abbey

Events that are cancelled
■ All St. Patrick’s Day parades in Ireland
■ The London Book Fair: 10-12 March 2020

Escape the crowd by visiting one of these beautiful beaches in United Kingdom or exploring the nature walks. Why not check out some staycation options in UK too?

Eurotrip: No or Go?

With a global pandemic greatly affecting the rest of the free world, traveling could be a tad bit tricky. Especially with many dream destinations lying in the greater European continent, several travel plans will have to be adjusted. Eager wanderers are left with the question, to go or to stay put? Keeping all your options open as a traveler is key in making sure you still get the most from life without having to actually risk your own. As long as your practicing proper hygiene like washing your hands and promptly adjusting your itinerary, exploring a new place is still possible. Besides, whether or not you go or stay, Europe will most probably still be there, at least the rest of the world hopes so!

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