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Visiting DisneyLand Paris

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1. Posted by 82krishna (Budding Member, 10 posts) 25 Mar '13 07:27

Hi,

We are planning to take our 5 year old to Disneyland Paris. We live in the UK and planning to take Eurostar. Ideally we are looking at spending 2 days in the Park and then on the 3rd day come to Paris and spend a day there. Hence we are thinking of a night in a Disney hotel and one in Paris.

Any suggestions on the the commute, deals to look for , dos and donts will be highly appreciated. How can I get a good deal on tickets as we will going to Disney , but coming back from Central Paris?

Thanks
KP

2. Posted by Cyberia (Travel Guru, 1747 posts) 25 Mar '13 10:20

You could try a local travel agent, but try Disney first:
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http://www.disneyholidays.co.uk/disneyland-paris/
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http://www.disneyholidays.co.uk/disneyland-paris/planning-holiday/how-to-get-there/
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http://www.disneyholidays.co.uk/disneyland-paris/disney-deals/seeing-is-believing/007/?gclid=CMzknayumLYCFXDKtAodF3QAJg
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Hotels in Paris are quite expensive and anything remotely not expensive is often very basic.

It may be worth your while visiting nearby Paris from Disneyland:
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http://parisbytrain.com/rer-train-paris-to-euro-disney/
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and then spending a last night at Disneyland with a bit of luxury, to catch the evening parades, fireworks and such, before going home next morning.

3. Posted by Berthay (Budding Member, 2 posts) 28 Mar '13 02:23

We’ve been going to Disneyland Paris yearly since our daughter was three, and the main purpose we go back is there’s every time something new. It is a wonderful journey's end for a short break or celebration because there’s so much to see and do, which makes it really worth for a family holiday. Particularly rides are height-restricted, for example the Temple of Peril, so if you’re travelling with kids, it’s best to manage. At full times you’ll have to ticket ride queue a long time for the best popular rides, so routine the fast pass system. For nine of the maximum popular rides – for example, Peter Pan’s Dream Flight and Buzz Lightyear’s Laser Blast – you can get a Fastpass ticket (no charge) from one of the mechanisms everywhere the park which springs you an chosen time slot. This means you can relish other attractions while waiting for your ride time.

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