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Welcome to the enchanting world of Disneyland Paris, where real-life Parisian charm and the fantasy worlds of Disney come to life. A surreal experience, Disney’s European offering is one of the most-visited attractions in the world, giving travellers a chance to embrace their inner child and postpone life’s realities, at least for a while. Although great for adults, this ever-evolving park is truly a space for kids. Gentle rides and the chance to meet and greet your favourite Disney icons make Fantasyland the perfect place for family time. It’s not all chirpy characters, cotton candy, and cookie-cutter moments though, a delve beyond the main esplanades reveals epic rides for thrill-seekers too. The classic Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril ride offers adventurous jaunts while the dazzling Space Mountain excites visitors of all ages.

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  • Our tips for Disneyland® Paris

    Our tips for Disneyland® Paris
    • Preparation is key A visit to Disneyland Paris is best experienced with a plan of attack in motion. The vast array of rides and attractions, as well as ample shops and cafés to meander in, means planning your journey to this magical kingdom in advance is essential.
    • Skip the line with a Fast Pass ticket. It may cost a little more, but booking a FastPass ticket is an essential time-saving technique, especially if you only have a day to spend on-site.
    • Have a picnic. Queues to the eateries and fast food options are lengthy, and often expensive. We recommend bringing your own food and drinks and enjoying your lunch alfresco-style.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Both costs and crowds rise during Europe’s school holidays, so take that into account before booking your visit to the park. Winter is the parks quietest time – this, coupled with the cold but not freezing weather, can be the most enchanting time for a visit.
    Getting There Although many tickets have transport from Paris included in the package, local transport systems also run directly to the park. Train and bus services run from Paris to the park and back again, often. The drop-off point is just outside Disney Village, not far from the Disneyland entrance.
    Money Saving Tips There’s no getting past it, a trip to Disneyland can be pricey. Your best bet for conserving money is by booking well in advance, and looking out for any extra deals that may suit your group. If you’re after hotel packages and tours combined, have a look at our sister site, Paris Magic Moments, for the latest deals to Disneyland Paris.
    Did you know? Impress your fellow travellers with these interesting titbits about the Disneyland Paris…
    • There are hundreds of ‘hidden Mickeys’ waiting to be discovered at Disneyland Paris. These Mickey symbols can be spotted in the park’s paintings and structures, there is even a website dedicated to finding and sharing them online!
    • The theme park was first meant to be called ‘Euro Disney’, however polls showed that European visitors preferred the name, ‘Disneyland Paris’, as the ‘Euro’ in ‘Euro Disney’ reminded them of their finances.
    • A series of underground tunnels run underneath the park, giving Mickey and his crew the ability to pop up at different spots in the park at record speeds!