Make your family's dreams come true at Disneyland Park, the European outpost of the famous “Magic Kingdom.” The park is divided into five themed lands--Main Street U.S.A., Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland, and Discoveryland--with the Disneyland Railroad running along the perimeter. At the center, see the white Fantasyland Castle with its pink turrets designed around the real Château d'Ussé.
Teens and adults will love the rush of Space Mountain Mission 2, while the littlest kids in can set sail around the globe at the "It's a Small World" attraction. Bring your camera to a meet-and-greet with Disney characters, who appear throughout the park, though it’s tough to find the same one twice. To be sure to see a favorite, inquire at the City Hall near the entrance in the Town Square. Take advantage of the free FastPass system for the most popular rides, like Peter Pan and Tower of Terror. Plan your visit to Disneyland Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Marne-la-Vallee trip planner .
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Fuimos a finales de septiembre, cuatro días. El parque es precioso y disfrutamos muchísimo niños y mayores. Íbamos con miedo a las colas, pero la verdad es que la más larga que hicimos fue de una hora... more »We were at the end of September, four days. The Park is beautiful and we enjoyed a lot of children and adults. We were afraid to queues, but the truth is that the longer we did was one hour and because it was the first day and not we realized that we could take the fast pass. The fast pass should remove it as soon as you arrive at the Park, because if not finished close the machines, and in own ticket already puts you at what time you can get another fast pass (not be can throw at the same time for two different attractions). That Yes, not all attractions have this service if you can go more than one day and what you like is to ride the attractions (is our case) I recommend to not go to the parade, it is the perfect time to ride all the attractions in Fantasyland and Discoveryland, with wait times of between five and fifteen minutes. It should be installed on the mobile Disneyland app because it indicates you timeouts of attractions and entertainment program. The spectacle of fireworks at night is spectacular, that take into account to get around the Park since the seven begin to cut streets to prepare for the show (is in the Castle) and to go from one place to another like you get to surround the parq EU. If you intend to eat at the restaurants in the Park, it is essential to book if you want to eat at a normal hour. I tried the Square Garden (buffet) and Captain Jack (if you are interested I have commented them also). The shops are amazing, although I missed missing clothes for children, and saw few costumes if we take into account the amount of characters from Disney films. Expensive prices, as everything there. Theoretically cannot be food from outside, but no one registers you backpack (control that is security) and I saw people with their sandwiches. You can take your bottles of water in the backpack and the stuffed in the sources that are in the Park. Cleaning the Park is amazing, is full of employees with brooms and dustpans, but did not seem that the bathrooms were as clean, the truth. If you stay at the hotel New Port, as in our case, every day in the morning a character is and you can make photo, you do a small tail, but it has nothing to do with the queue there in the Park to see Mickey. Don't miss the "Star Tours" attraction.
Absolutely loved Disneyland Park this was our first visit. Really enjoyed it. Went for one day in the park and really would like to go again for longer. We hardly did anything! ! Managed to meet a cha... more »
By not going in the summer, you can find ticket deals online. Often less than €40 for a single day ticket. Crowds are less, too, midweek. The security lines are a pain, but I guess necessary. Instead ... more »
I know this place is a must for parents who want satisfy their children as Disney is part of little ones lives these days especially with the wife access to media and smart devices etc. But this place is a nightmare for parents. 1. It's too too too expensive. I am not talking about the tickets only but everything else inside. The food is awfully expensive. Drinks are €3.49 for a bottle of Coke it's not even cold drink. Water is €3.20 for 0.5L bottle. And the toys and the costumes Mickey Mouse ears cost €17.99 that's probably the cheapest thing one can buy. 2. Limited access to Disney Characters. I mean we had to wait 2 hours and 30 minutes for a pose with Minnie Mouse. The park is opened between 10am to 11pm but the Characters are available for few hours only between 10 and 4pm. The queues are unbelievable. 3. Avoid Hollywood Planet restaurant is simply not worth it we had to pay €76 for 3 chicken nuggets meals a burger and jacket Potato the food was awful, the service is worse. 4. The most exciting ride for the children had a mechanical failure 3 times in 2 days we had to be evacuated from the middle of the ride. 5. The queues for the rides are as long as 90 minutes. Fast truck lines waiting times that's if you can get a fast truck ticket in the day is 20 minutes. Don't recommend
If you are a Disney fan, this place should be on your must-see list! Adults and children alike will find plenty to keep them busy, as there are actually two parks to visit: the traditional Disney "castle" park and its sister park " Walt Disney Studios Park". Both are included in the price of admission and are worth visiting. I would recommend a minimum of three days for your visit, as there are lots of attractions, restaurants and shows to experience. If it is your first visit, I advise you to stay in an on-site official Disney hotel. Sequoia Lodge is my favorite, but there are six to choose from. They are a bit more expensive than staying off-site, but are worth it for the experience of staying in the Disney atmosphere...and you can walk to the parks easily in just a few minutes, rather than taking a bus or driving.
Really enjoyed it here, myself and my partner bought our 2 year old and she loved it. It is expensive but you expect it the parades and shows are really well presented, only thing is it could do with a few new rides, I know you have the other park but it's quite small and the main features there is the Tower of terror and Crushes coaster there are other rides but everyone seems to head straight to these. The only thing is when the park opens for extra magic hours for those staying in the Disney hotels there should be more rides open or at least ready to be used, when we got in the park a lot of them were still being tested for the hour so it kinda defeats the object, I understand this has to be done but maybe it should be done earlier. All in all we had a good time would still recommend and will definitely go back.
It's one of the best things you can do in Paris ! There are two parks and it's tough to cover both in one day. Beware some of the rides close earlier than others so keep checking. The official app is amazing, highly recommend installing it when in park or even before to plan ahead. The app shows current wait times for each ride and lots of other info. There is really good support for people with mobility related disabilities too. Overall one of the best experiences on offer in Paris. Protip: make your way in front of castle around 8:30 and camp out in the center of the courtyard to enjoy fireworks and projections :) it gets really crowded really quick.
Had loads of fun and enjoyed every moment. Though we had very little time, we made the best use of it. Enjoyed all the rides we could manage in the few hours that we spent there. Pl try to spend at least a day or two, just for Disneyland in Paris. Tasted the Candy Apple for the first time and fell in love with it instantly. I recommend it to everyone who has a sweet tooth. Disneyland Paris was an awesome experience. One more information for visitors, especially to the foreigners, the staff are very very friendly and helpful.
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La Vallee Village
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Where to stay in Marne-la-Vallee
Choose from a long list of major hotel chains that populate the town. They range from budget hotels to five-star luxury. All offer access to Disneyland Paris, by foot or shuttle. Hotels farther away from the amusement park tend to be quieter and offer better deals.
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