Disneyland is launching one of the world's most expensive sandwiches at $100 a pop

Disneyland will soon be home to a new attraction – one of the most expensive sandwiches in the world.

The California theme park will feature a new panini sandwich that will debut when Avengers Campus opens on June 4.

According to the Los Angeles Daily News, the sandwich has an eye-popping price of nearly $100 (£70). However, it is meant to be eaten by more than one person.

The Marvel land’s Pym Test Kitchen is themed to the movie Ant-Man And The Wasp and will serve meals that have been shrunk or expanded in size.

So, what’s in the Pym-ini Sandwich that costs this much?

It comes with salami, rosemary ham, provolone and sun-dried tomato spread on toasted focaccia.

And if you don’t have eight people to feed, the sandwich will also be available in a single serving for a more modest $14.99 (£10.58).

Meanwhile, over here in Europe, Disneyland Paris is preparing to open its doors in under three weeks.

France is currently graded amber on the UK's traffic light travel system.

That means people arriving in England from the country will need to provide a negative test before travelling, then quarantine for ten days after arrival, with a further two tests on day two and day eight.

In addition, travellers to France from the UK will have to provide "compelling reasons" to enter France from today. 

In a bid to stop the Indian Covid variant, president Emmanuel Macron is only allowing French or EU nationals to enter the country, with Brits needing to prove their visit is essential.

And those who are allowed to make the journey must take a pre-departure Covid test and quarantine for seven days on arrival.

The UK's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) said the new French rules apply to all air, car, ferry and train passengers.

For those who are able to make it to Disneyland Paris, the theme park has a number of Covid safety measures in place.

Only a limited number of guests are allowed in the park daily, and anyone aged six and over must wear a mask.

Social distancing restrictions have been implemented in queues, on rides and in restaurants, and Single Rider and fastpass services are unavailable.

Kids’ playgrounds, traditional character meet and greets, and makeover experiences are also temporarily unavailable, as are the Disney Stars on Parade and Disney Illuminations night time spectacular.

This article originally appeared on Fox News and has been republished with permission

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