Still waiting for the official announcement, but it looks like there will be some test openings from July 26 and trail operations from August 5 according to this schedule:
- Plopsa Coo to reopen tomorrow.
- Walibi Belgium closure extended to 15th of August
- De Valkenier (The Netherlands) wanted to reopen today, but is not allowed by the local governement because of pollution in the water from the flooding that entails possible health risks. It will...
New images from inside Plopsa Coo. It looks like they hope to reopen next weekend.
Source and more pictures: starparc.be
Walibi Belgium has opened up their backstage to collect and store the debris from the affected surrounding area:
No official opening date has been announced. And as far as I'm aware, there is still no soft opening either.
The latest article I could find speaks about a grand opening in the second half of this year (probably September)...
I've also seen a few people that had to leave the train because they didn't fit, even when trying 5 times by the ride operators. But I had the impression that it wasn't so much an issue that they were to "belly" but that they had big thighs. The seats on the train are indeed lower to the floor...
As we know today, there won't be any testing in front of the entrance of a themepark in the Netherlands nor will you need a negative test to enter. Only Walibi Holland will be checking your temperature before entering the park.