Paris
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Experience Paris with us

Welcome yourself to the most romantic city on earth on your Paris Tours. With a concentrated city centre, France's capital is ideal for visitors on foot, with even the briefest of tours unveiling famous landmarks, chic cafés, lively boulevards and elegant boutiques at every corner. The home of baguettes and croissants, food forms an important part of every Paris sightseeing tour. Traditional street bistros and modern restaurants keep the city on top of its gastronomy game, while age-old attractions like the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Centre Pompidou and the Musée d'Orsay mean Paris holds its own as one of Europe's leading cities for art and culture.
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Our tips for Paris

  • Speak the language. Locals appreciate the effort when tourists try their hand at the local lingo. A simple “parlez-vous anglais?” ('Do you speak English?') will take you far on your sightseeing missions.
  • Go slow. Do as the locals do; eat slower. Use all your senses to really enjoy the local delicacies. You're on holiday, remember?
  • Fact: The view from the Eiffel tower has no Eiffel tower in it. The best views in the city can be found at the top of the Arch de Triomphe, on top of the city's only skyscraper, Montparnasse Tower, and at Sacré-Cœur basilica in hilly Monmarte. Be sure to visit these sites on your Paris day tours to experience every side of this awe-inspiring city.
  • The Paris Pass is well worth the spend. This all-access Paris tours pass covers entry and gives exclusive, fast-tracked access to the city's must-see attractions and experiences, and includes public transport costs.

Frequently Asked Questions

The answers below have been provided by tour operators previously to customer queries.

  • Q: What are the opening hours of the Disney Parks?

    A:

    The parks open daily at 10am and close between 6pm and 11pm (Disneyland® Park only) However, opening times vary according to season and the Parks may stay open late for special seasonal events.

  • Q: How to get to the park?

    A:

    Whether by plane, train or car, getting to the magic really couldn't be easier. The Park gates are only 20 miles from Paris, approximately one hour from the Paris airports by shuttle bus and just a 2-minute walk from Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy train station.

  • Q: When is the best time to visit Disneyland® Paris?

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    If you want to visit when the crowds are lesser, plan to stay mid-week (Tuesdays to Thursdays) during mid-January through mid-March or mid-April through mid-May. However, there may be fewer scheduled shows and events during these periods.

    If you want to visit whilst the Disney Parks have extended hours and more shows and events, plan your stay for weekends, extended holiday weekends, during the summer months, and for special seasonal events. However, during these times, the parks are more crowded.

  • Q: What is there to do in Disneyland® Paris in 2021?

    A:

    The famous park is a holiday resort with everything you need for an enjoyable, carefree getaway. Here’s what’s in store for you:

    • Two fantastic Theme Parks, Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park.
    • Disney Village® with shopping, restaurants and year-round events and shows.
    • Hotels ranging from budget rooms to luxury suites.
    • Over 50 restaurants offering American fare to exotic delights. 
    • More than 50 shops offering Disney collectibles toys and gifts.
    • Sports and recreation, including golf, soccer and swimming.

  • Q: Can I smoke in the parks?

    A:

    Theme Parks covered and uncovered areas are non-smoking, except for designated outdoor areas specially created and equipped for smokers. This rule also applies to electronic cigarettes.

  • Q: What are the Covid-19 health and safety measures taken by the park?

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    Your safety is our top priority. Limited attendance, physical distancing and reinforced cleaning procedures have been pit in place to make your next visit a worry-free experience.

  • Q: Which Disneyland® Paris Tickets is suitable for me: dated or non-dated?

    A:

    Based on your travel plans and preferences, you can choose between a dated and an undated ticket.

    Dated tickets are valid only for the date that you choose in the calendar. They can be cancelled up to 3 days before the date of visit and do not require prior reservation.

    Non-dated tickets are valid for 1 year from the date of issuance and require prior reservation. A reservation can be cancelled and a new reservation made at any time up until the day of visit.

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