Disneyland Paris gets rid of Park Maps
Many Disney theme parks use paper brochures to help guests navigate all of the park’s offerings. Now, Disneyland Paris is getting rid of those paper park maps. Guests now have to scan a QR code in order to see a map with lists of attractions, offerings, and entertainment calendars.
Twitter user @Cave0fWonders shared about the change at Disneyland Paris:
“✨ Le plan papier 🗺 des Parcs n’est plus distribué, désormais City Hall vous propose de scanner ce QR Code 📱 ✨”
The translated text reads: “The paper plan of the Parks is no longer distributed, now City Hall offers you to scan this QR Code.”
The sign with the QR code says: “To make the most of your time, we invite you to download the official Disneyland Paris free mobile app. You will be able to explore the two Disney Parks, see wait times for attractions, and much more.”
What do you think about having a QR code rather than a paper map?
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