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Although this Disney theme park, originally named Euro-Disney, was met with protest following its opening in 1992, Disneyland Paris is now frequented by large crowds drawn by technologically advanced rides and attractions.
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First of all i want to say, Disneyland Paris is good and worth going to if you can get a good deal. That said it doesn’t really have the same wow factor as the American parks. The rides were dated and underwhelming, the staff didn’t...More
Many rides and attractions, restaurants and shops closed for refurbishment at the same time. This is very inconvenient and doednt reflect the extortionate prices for hotels and tickets charged.
Staff can be really rude. Much queue jumping going on without any challenge from the cast...More
We loved every minute.... Even with some rude people, there was lovely people too.... My little girl of 7, didn't want to leave and me and my partner didn't either.... The food could be better.... But we no for next time now to defo plan...More
Never too old for a bit of Disney. Great rides and atmosphere. Easy access from the UK on the Eurostar. You come out of the train station and the parks are right there. You need at least 3 days to do both parks comfortably.
Heard that Paris Disneyland is not at all close to what the ones in US are but still enjoyed with our daughter here as it was our first experience with a Disneyland. It is a small place and that made the experience good for us...More
Disneyland in the US is said to be the happiest place on earth, and it is. Disneyland Paris is like a knock-off franchise that I can only assume is run by someone other than Disney. Where do I start:
1. They closed off parts of...More
We took our daughter for her second birthday stayed at Santa Fe (cheap & cheerful) we went for 3 nights ..we didn’t manage to cover the whole park but what we did we really enjoyed the firework show at the end of the night was...More
I travelled here for a three day break from London 4th_6th feb with my daughter and two grandchildren.I have to say most of our stay was amazing.Our family holiday was provided by the Make a Wish charity. Especially for children with life threatening, or life...More
We visited in the children's school holidays so expected it to be busy-but the queues were very very long. For example our little lady wanted to meet Moana so we joined the queue for her-but were told by a Disney staff member that the wait...More
Great holiday really enjoyed our time here
Park is very clean but the biggest downfall the prices
A character lunch for four is 244 euros
A 500 mil beer 10.5 euros
A bottle coke 500 mil 3.5 euros
Crisps 3 euros
We bought four drinks...More
Response from Jarvmeister | Reviewed this property |
You can get a priority pass that will allow you to get onto rides without queuing so long. You'll need some form of proof of your child having autism, but it shouldn't be too tricky. Search on Disney's website for more... More
You can get a priority pass that will allow you to get onto rides without queuing so long. You'll need some form of proof of your child having autism, but it shouldn't be too tricky. Search on Disney's website for more info.
You can book restaurants at the hotel concierges or by calling directly from the number on the Disney website (you can select between various European languages), and you may be able to mention then. In any case, try to book/eat earlier as you'll experience fewer crowds.
Also, while the walkways at Disneyland Paris are pretty wide, you can find some refuge from crowds by using the arcades on Main Street or the hidden pathway connecting Adventureland, Frontierland and Fantasyland (enter it by taking a right turn as you enter the log fort entrance to Frontierland).
Is their a storage area for luggage at Disneyland park? (2 Replies)
Hi all, I'll be heading to Disneyland Paris on March 29th. Considering that I only have 3 full days in Paris, and I arrive to Paris at 9am, I definitely want to make the most of my time at Disneyland. Seeing as to how our hotel is about 28 miles away, we want to head to Disneyland as soon as we get off the plane. Is their a place where we can just drop off our luggage and they can SECURELY store it while we spend our day at Disneyland, and then pick it up right before the park closes? Any...More
March 08, 2014|
Hi there. 29 March is my Birthday :) There is a place at the train station (between the parks and Disney village) Upstairs at train station. Circa 10 euro ish for large locker that holds cases very secure and is a dedicated place for luggage, different size lockers. Others will give you more or better details but hope this helped for now
Disneyland Resort: Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studio Par (1 Reply)
Hi all We want to spend a day of our Paris trip in Disneyland Resort, but we can't decide which park would be the best to visit. We have no kids with us, so it's not necessary for us to to where all the character are etc. But we would go to that park if it is the best one overall. Can anyone help please? Thanks :-)
May 29, 2007|
The main park (Magic Kingdom) based is split into the various lands and has various themes and has the more traditional attractions and the popular rides such as Thunder Mountain and Space Mountain and the daily parades and shows and I think they are more suitable for younger childeren - especially It's a small world, The Teacups, Dumbo ride, The Castle etc... The Studios are more 'behind the scenes' showing you the techonlogy, art and stunts behind films and animation. There are still rides,...More
cheap travel and entry to london attractions (4 Replies)
Hi, I am planning to visit London in the month of october and want to explore the best attractions of London. We would be in London for 3 days and then go to Paris disneyland and from their switzerland. we are me and my husband and my 11 year and 8 year old children. I want to make my trip a budget trip. I am planning to be in switzerland for 4 days and in Paris for 2 days. i want to vivit Eifel tower and Disneyland park. Please suggest what way would be cheaper to travel across...More
June 25, 2011|
I dont want to be critical. You seem to have 9 days in total. It would be a mistake to involve 3 countries. I suspect you will be back. Hence I would suggest a total of 4-5 days in London with a 2 day trip in Paris using Eurostar or vice versa. You could leave Switzerland for another time. .