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Disneyland Paris, Marne La Vallee, 77700.
- Open for 24 years and a Paris institution
- From rollercoasters & live shows to fabulous dining, there's something for everyone!
- Meet your favourite Disney characters up-close and personal
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Disneyland ® Paris Breaks
Disneyland ® Paris has been a family favourite for 24 years now. Not just for kids, Disneyland ® Paris is perfect for a romantic break or friends’ getaway and provides a magical experience for the young, and the young at heart.
About Disneyland ® Paris
With two different theme parks within the resort, Disneyland ® Paris offers a wide range of rides and rollercoasters – from flying Dumbo elephants for the little ones to thrilling rollercoasters for the adventure seekers. The resort also offers the Disney Village ® which includes a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment options - perfect for visiting in the evening.
Disneyland ® Paris Highlights
- Two theme parks in one place - Disneyland ® Paris Park and Walt Disney Studios ® Park
- Disney Village offers entertainment, dining and shopping until late
- Includes hotel stay in the park or nearby
- Only 30 minutes from Paris city centre
What Makes it Super
Disneyland ® Paris makes for the perfect trip away with the whole family.
Disneyland Paris Reviews
Disappointing and RIP OFF
Stay Date: 08/2018, Adam A wrote this review.
Very very disappointed. We all know its a commercial buisness but this extends beyond anything what i have experienced. Going on any rides is an absolute challenge with young children or even alone. Waiting time can be up to 70 minutes and is on ave… See more
Very very disappointed. We all know its a commercial buisness but this extends beyond anything what i have experienced. Going on any rides is an absolute challenge with young children or even alone. Waiting time can be up to 70 minutes and is on average 45 minutes. The rides are very disappointing except the space mountain roller coaster. The park is very small and we went around in 5 hours. Eating with 2 kids only burgers and fries with a drink will cost you around 100 Euro. I strongly advise the Europa park in germany instead of this RIP OFF place. At least you get value for money. The firwork was nice but they keep it to 11pm and all rides close between 9 and 10 and even earlier. Again commercial planing to force people to buy food and drink from there and make more money.this review is not gonna change anything as around 35k people enter this park daily and 13 million per year. An average income of 1 billion euro a year. Enjoy disney and fix your rides at least. A few were closed for technical issues !!!! Disgraceful Collapse
Queues not too bad! Friendly staff!
Stay Date: 08/2018, Tara Q wrote this review.
We had great fun! Expensive but worth it! Except the food which was limited repetitive and junk! Would take my own food next time! But Disney it's self is fun! We did not queue more than 45mins! The app is great for helping with timings! Fun experien… See more
We had great fun! Expensive but worth it! Except the food which was limited repetitive and junk! Would take my own food next time! But Disney it's self is fun! We did not queue more than 45mins! The app is great for helping with timings! Fun experience Collapse
Kids love this place, but you really wonder why...
Stay Date: 08/2018, KlimtEastwood wrote this review.
We took three young kids here for a day out, and while the kids loved it, 80% of the adults we saw in queues looked dead in the eyes and were probably hoping for the sweet release of death as they waited for 40, 50, 60...90 minutes for a ride which l… See more
We took three young kids here for a day out, and while the kids loved it, 80% of the adults we saw in queues looked dead in the eyes and were probably hoping for the sweet release of death as they waited for 40, 50, 60...90 minutes for a ride which lasted at most 10 minutes. The other thing that baffles me is that when the park opens at 10am, there are virtually no cafes open inside: I had to queue for 55 minutes for a couple of doughnuts, a muffin, and some warmish brown liquid (supposedly coffee). A piece of advice: bring as much of your own food and especially drink as you can, because a small bottle of water or coke (etc.) costs €3! Also: forget about wifi or mobile phone reception – how the hell Disney managed to build park near one of Europe's largest capitals where both are merely a tantalising joke beats me (also, this means forget about using their app and grab a park map at the entrance). Collapse
Visiting with 10yr old
Stay Date: 08/2018, ShevyV wrote this review.
I’ve been to DP twice before, and not in the last 12years. Have been waiting for son to get to an age where he could do the big rides, but still appreciate the magic! Setting the scene: We had our car so booked at Davy Crocket for 2 nights/ 3 days. … See more
I’ve been to DP twice before, and not in the last 12years. Have been waiting for son to get to an age where he could do the big rides, but still appreciate the magic! Setting the scene: We had our car so booked at Davy Crocket for 2 nights/ 3 days. The booking included a two bedroomed lodge, breakfast for two days, dinner for two days, both park tickets for 3 days and parking. Also unlimited fast pass and access to both parks from 8.30am. Having a look at what the individual items would have cost this was incredible value. I don’t like the big rides and husband and son love them. It was hot and crowded. What we loved: Access to the park from 8.30 makes a great start to the day. Fast pass meant we never queued for more than 25mins, often much less. It works best if you have a plan, with a plan B, using the magic hour and fast pass. The park still looks good. Very clean and tidy. The studio park had many more small stalls with food, and you could actually find a decent coffee. The motor show at the studio was amazing. The experience for all the family still felt magical. The choice of rides/ experiences is good for all the family. The parade was a hit, particularly the dragon. What we didn’t like: You need a plan B as there are a number of ride breakdowns. This is often of the the big rides. First morning was hyperspace mountain and the second morning was Crush’s rollercoaster. This leads to LONG queues for that ride, when it opens, and everywhere else as people look for other things to do. Queues for food were ridiculous, far too long for a limited menu choice. This should be soooo quick. It’s silly things like the travellators not working from the car parks. Not a great welcome. Finding people begging on the way in makes an uncomfortable walk in. Some of the sparkle has worn off, and the park looks tired in places. It did feel the park couldn’t cope with the number of guests in it. Things to consider: Take a water bottle and refill at water points. If you want to eat at the ‘all you can eat buffet’ restaurants you need to booked before you go. They say you can’t take a picnic with you, but we did and saw lots of others. 3 days meant we did everything, and our fav things we did more than once. Highlights: Train ride Motor show (studio) Buzz Lightyear (me, hubby and son) Rock and Roller (hubby) Hyperspace mountain (son) Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2018, _salmaeliela wrote this review.
Disneyland actually had two parks, one right in front of the other. There's Disneyland and Pixerfest. For $50 more you can go to both and have unlimited entries. If you're going with a group of teenagers or young adults you'll most likely just wanna… See more
Disneyland actually had two parks, one right in front of the other. There's Disneyland and Pixerfest. For $50 more you can go to both and have unlimited entries. If you're going with a group of teenagers or young adults you'll most likely just wanna go on the rides so make sure you get there early. If you're going with older/younger people or anyone who isn't allowed to ride in the most violent rides it's okay too. Both parks have great live shows that the whole family is gonna absolutely love! Just make sure you have the show times in both parks so you don't miss out on the fun ;-D Ps you HAVE to see Frozen. Its one of the best shows I've ever seen in my life! Collapse
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