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Disneyland Paris boasts some of the world's leading theme-park attractions, easily rivalling the franchise's US operations with a charming retro-futuristic feel that's all its own. Of course, you won't want to miss out on all the best rides, so what are they?
The famous Space Mountain adventure continues with a steam-punk twist. This time the enclosed roller-coaster launches budding daredevils even deeper into space!
Paris' answer to the Haunted Mansion ride in California. This elaborate ghost train is perfect for the whole family, so long as they're not too easily spooked!
Definitely helps if you're an Aerosmith fan but, as cheesy as it might sound, Rock 'n' Roller Coaster is just about the most fun you can have with your stomach in your head!
The Star Wars simulator has been updated for a younger audience in most Disney parks worldwide, but fans of the original trilogy will love Paris' classic version.
This old favorite hurtles guests along a railroad that ventures underwater, through caves, and around an epic landscape of imposing buttes!
Disneyland Paris is located about 20 miles outside of the city. The closest train station is Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy, which is conveniently served by Eurostar trains. Direct shuttle buses are available from all Paris airports.
There are plenty of official hotels on or near the park site. As well as the main Disneyland Hotel, there's Disney's Sequoia Lodge, which is recommended during the winter months. For those on more stringent budgets, Disney's Hotel Santa Fe is tremendous value.
To get the most out of your visit you'll probably need to spend a minimum of 2 days there, though plan for at least 3 if you're bringing children during peak season.
A family of four can expect to spend around €200-€300 a day on food and drinks alone, although booking a set menu in advance can save you both money and time. The rest depends on how mad you plan to go in the shops!
- When to visitThe park is usually open from 9AM - 8PM.
- What is the price?Parken er vanligvis åpen fra 9.00 til 20.00.
- Will I need a guide?In the park, Disneyland staff can help guide you around but maps are also available.
- How to get thereCharles de Gaulle is the closest airport to the resort. You can go by train directly from the airport, or from Paris.
- Additional tips
- When booking train tickets to the resort the official name of the station is Marne-la-Vallee Chessy.
- Plan your spending in advance as a family of four can expect to spend around €200-€300 a day on food and drinks alone!
What People Are Saying About Disneyland Paris
One day is not enough time to do both parks even arriving on the first train in and last train out of St Pancreas
An excellent variety of events offered, well arranged on the website, easy to find what you are looking for.
Coming from London I had no problems. Easy to find, friendly helpful people and quick to get there
A really good trip, no problems, got picked up on time. Everything was explained on the bus on the way to Paris in a number of languages making it accessible to everyone. You only get just over 6 hours in Paris which means you have to go around quite fast. Unfortunately we missed the bus back to our hotel, however as explained by the guide on the way there you can catch a metro back to Disneyland from near the leaving point for just over 7 euros.
With the ticket for the Louvre you really can save some time staying in line to buy the tickets and another time to enter the Louvre. Our line was so short and we entered in a few minutes. And when you pick up the tickets at the store, in that area there are two really nice streets where you can have drinks and taste some French cheese or whatever. Disneyland ticket was also good to have already, so no lining up, just for the security check. But at this time there are not so many tourist at Disney anyway, luckily!!!