Tourist destinations in France were devoid of tourists due to the long lockdown caused by the Covid 19 virus. Non-tourist tourist centers Businesses in the area seem to have come back to life this month after a long absence of buyers.
On July 24 (Friday) at 4 pm local time in France, the famous tourist area of Paris, Anvers, was crowded with tourists. A significant number of tourists visit the famous ancient church called 'Sacré-Cœur Basilica'.
Speaking to 'aivel jhon t', a hungryian tourist who has come to visit the Sacré-Cœur Basilica church in the Anvers area of Paris, he has been planning to visit Paris for summer vacation since January. But he could not come because everything was locked down due to Kovid 19 virus. He arrived in Paris on Wednesday for a summer vacation.
Talking to Anil Rajpathu, a Sri Lankan businessman from Sacré-Cœur Basilica area, his business has been facing losses for a long time. It will have to face many losses this year due to lack of tourists. The number of tourist arrivals has increased a bit in the last two weeks but there is not much trade.
It is known that after visiting ANVERS area and talking to some Bangladeshis, they came here after many days. However, they said the turnout was much lower than last year.
Notably, the Sacré-Cœur Church, located in the Anvers area of Paris, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in France. According to the French Ministry of Tourism, .09% of France's tourism revenue comes from this tourist area every year.