Disneyland Paris In Paris

Welcome to a world of wonder, located east of the centre of Paris. That’s right! It’s Disneyland Paris. A jumble of theme parks, nature resorts, hotels, shopping, entertainment and dining complexes, a golf course and different entertainment venues. Nearly 320 million people have visited this iconic Park in 25 years, and you could be the next. 

Location: France

Address: Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France.

Tel: +33 825 30 05 00

Hours: 08:00 AM to 11:00 PM

 

Best Time To Visit:

Disneyland Paris is open 365 days of the year. However, opening and closing times may vary, based on the season and sometimes the parks may stay open for special events. If you’re booking your Disneyland Paris tickets, make sure you check the interactive calendar on the website. You’ll know when the park opens and shuts during your visit.

Highlights:

  • Meet your favourite characters like Spiderman, Buzz Lightyear, Goofy and the main mouse – Mickey
  • Admire the gorgeous Snow White castle
  • Watch the Disney Stars Parade – the characters from the Lion King, the Jungle Book and Toy Story on different floats parading through the park
  • Take the studio tram tour
  • Hop on some amazing rides, like the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril and Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster
  • Watch the dazzling lights glimmer and dance at the Illuminations show. It’s got everything from lasers, mist, dancing water fountains and shimmering fireworks that light up the night sky
  • Try the outofthisworld Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain ride, where you can pulverise a Star Destroyer as you hurtle through space
  • Pay homage to the famous rat chef Remy from Ratatouille, by dining at Bistro Chez Remy.

Inclusions:

There are different Disneyland Paris tickets for different seasons and durations. Depending on the ticket you have, you can visit Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios. If you buy a FASTPASS ticket, you can jump the queues at the most popular rides.  You’ll also get certain discounts on food and merchandise. Read through the conditions of each ticket before you book it.

Price:

Disneyland Paris tickets for adults cost around 47 Euros, while tickets for children between the ages 311 costs around 43 Euros.

However, as mentioned earlier, there are multiple tickets:

  • Multi day
  • 1 Day Ticket
  • 1 Day Ticket with Shuttle (a shuttle from Paris to the park)
  • Super & Ultimate Fast Pass
  • Dinner Show
  • Disney’s Halloween Party 
  • New Year’s Eve Party
  • New Year’s Eve Dinner and Party

The ticket prices are seasonal. The way to find out the cost is to log onto the website, add your dates, choose from the different kinds of tickets and select the number of tickets you need. Accordingly, you can save or spend that amount for your tickets.

Recommended for:

From rides, to great shows, parades, meetups with your favourite Disney characters – a trip to Disneyland Paris is a whirlwind of fun and frenzy.

How to reach Disneyland Paris:

Metro or RER (Reseau Express Regional) is a network of express trains that speed between central Paris and the suburbs. Trains to Disneyland run every 15 minutes, and the Disneyland (MarnelaValee) station is in zone 5 of the Metro system. The station is a 2minute walk from the park gates.

 

About Disneyland Paris:

Disneyland Paris, once known as Euro Disney Resort, consists of two theme parks, hotels and resorts, nature resorts, an entertainment, shopping and dining complex, a golf course and many entertainment venues. Disneyland Park is the original theme park of this complex, opening in 1992. A second theme park – Walt Disney Studios Park – was inaugurated in 2002. The entire complex can be broken down into different sections:

Parks

  • Disneyland Park – based on the original California Disneyland and Magic Kingdom in Florida
  • Walt Disney Studios Park – celebrating films, showbusiness and behind the scenes of the movies

Nature Resorts

  • Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch
  • Villages Nature Paris

Shopping, Dining and Entertainment

  • Disney Village: where you can eat, shop and check out the various entertainment venues
  • Val d’Europe: A shopping centre, with many outlet shops and large department stores 

Golf Course:

  • Golf Disneyland: Equipped with 9hole and 18hole courses

Rides:

The top 5 attractions at Disneyland Park are It’s a Small World, Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean and Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters. 

 

The Walt Disney Studio Park Attractions include:

Rides and Attractions:

  • Flying Carpets over Agrabah (Aladdin)
  • Crush’s Coaster (Finding Nemo)
  • Cars Quatre Roues Rallya
  • Art of Disney Animation (interactive exhibit)
  • Mickey and the Magician (live show) 
  • Ratatouille L’Aventure Totalement Toquee de Remy (motionbased ride)

Toy Story Playland attractions include: 

  • Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop (parachute jump ride)
  • Slinky Dog Zigzag Spin (ride)
  • RC Racer (rollercoaster)
  • The Toy Story Playland Boutique

Production Courtyard:

This revolves around the production aspect of the movie business. Stroll down Hollywood Boulevard, which features Hollywoodinspired street sets and enjoy rides like the Twilight Zone of Terror, the Studio Tram Tour, Behind the Magic and Place des Stars. 

Attractions:

  • Stitch Live: interactive show based on Lilo and Stitch
  • Twilight Zone of Terror: ride
  • Studio Tram Tour: tour of movie sets and props


Restaurants:

  • Restaurants des Stars
  • La Terasse
  • Café des Cascadeurs

Shops:

  • Tower Hotel Gifts

You can check out more movie attractions and rides in the Backlot and the Sister Park (named Disney’s Hollywood Studios).

Interesting Facts about Disneyland Paris

  • At any time in the park, you’ll only find one Mickey Mouse in the entire Park
  • On the Main Street in Disneyland Paris, you’ll find a real barber at work (this was a tribute to Walt Disney’s father who was a barber)
  • Some parade floats dispense lovely perfumes and scents as they move through their routes
  • The lighting on 13 of the parade floats amounts to 700,000 bulbs
  • The number of costumes at Disneyland Paris is the largest in Europe, numbering around 250,000 costumes in stock
  • The park’s sewing workshop creates 5,000 costumes annually (some of them require over 200 hours of work)
  • If you take a picture of the castle guards at the Sleeping Beauty castle using flash, one turns pink and the other turns blue
  • The 15,000 or so employees at Disneyland Paris represent a hundred different nationalities
  • The park boasts of 450 different plant species and 35,000 trees
  • The tops of the towers of the Sleeping Beauty Castle and the rooftops of Small World are gilded with glittering 24-carat gold leaf
  • The castle at Disneyland Paris is the only one of all Disney parks to feature a dragon in its vaults. The dragon can move and lets out the occasional roar. It is the largest animatronic character in Disneyland Paris – measuring around 75 feet long and weighing more than 5,500 pounds.
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