Some major tourist destinations in Paris, France have been closed following the terror attacks Friday night.
Eiffel Tower has been closed infinitely while Disneyland Paris will not be operating through Tuesday.
On its official website, the management of Eiffel Tower said that as per request of the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, the tower will remain closed until further notice.
Tom Wolber, President of Euro Disney S.A.S, posted a statement on the park’s website saying: “We mourn those lost to the horrific attacks in Paris. We pray for the injured and we hold them all in our hearts.”
Although air and rail services to and from Paris are operating as normal, travelers are being warned border controls have tightened and movement throughout the city may be restricted, CNN reported.
Some airlines are also offering travel refunds. United Airlines is offering to waive change fees for passengers whose travel is affected by the Paris attacks.
Operation of Eurostar rail service is also normal, although it offered passengers who were booked to travel at the weekend the chance to postpone their trips without penalty, the Independent reported.
Travelers were also advised to allot additional time to check in and complete security checks at rail stations.
A spokesman for EasyJet, France’s second-largest airline, told the Independent: “Only a few people decided not to travel to and from Paris over the weekend…at the moment we don’t see an impact on our bookings to and from Paris as a result of the terrorist attacks.”
Meanwhile, French President Francois Hollande has declared a national state of emergency and three days of mourning.
On Friday night, simultaneous terror attacks occurred in populated areas in Paris, in which 129 people were killed and more than 350 others were wounded.
ISIS claimed responsibility of the attacks.
French Fighter jets launched airstrikes on ISIS targets in Syria on Sunday.