The main issue is that it’s going to block up the whole of the Berlin pathways and probably make the whole area unbearably overcrowded if you are just wanting to walk through Berlin or sit down to stop for a snack or a drink.You're serious? This is supposed to be the queue, just for entering the area?
It makes much more logistical sense in terms of managing crowds. You either have a massive long line of people blocking up the whole of the Berlin Main Street, where the front entrance of the park is located for all day guests taking the shuttle bus or a taxi, or you have people queueing up through fantasy, a more remote area of the park which has far less footfall and is less popular for visitors?Seriously?
I see. However, this was main holiday season. On the other hand, queue lines are blown up due to distancing these days. Could roughly equal out.Easily. I can recall the images of the first weeks/months of the Klugheim opening. People were also standing from the swing-carouse/Kaiserplatzl to the Mexico/Klugheim entrance.
It’s going to be a lot quieter, corona cases will likely go up into the winter, meaning less people will want to go into a busy public place, travel restrictions from other countries restricts international or potentially regional visitors. Discounted tickets offers an incentive for locals to come to the park and increase the footfall for increased sales of food, drinks and merchandise.I see. However, this was main holiday season. On the other hand, queue lines are blown up due to distancing these days. Could roughly equal out.
Anyway, I think long queuing all the way through Berlin would really take away from the atmosphere there. What I don't understand: if the handling of large crowds is expected to be an issue, why the hell are they selling out their tickets for such low prices (I see it going down to 28 Euros in October and even down to 21 Euro for some time in November and even during the weekends in September/October it's still not the full price)?
what is on the other side?One less speculation.
They are signposts.
Or at least the backscreen is for signposts, when you leave Rookburgh and enter Berlin. The front screen could be used for other information (waiting times or a map of Rookburgh for example).
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