Feel Like a Kid Again at Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris is a magical place for the young or young at heart. Formerly known as Euro Disney Resort, and regularly referred to as “The happiest place on Earth”, it’s easy to see the charm and enchantment of this one-of-a-kind spot right after walking through the gates. Disneyland Paris is where the whimsical, imaginative and wonderful world of Disney comes alive. A typical day at the park might include meeting Mickey Mouse, watching a high-energy parade, hurtling down a railroad track on the iconic Big Thunder Mountain ride, and topping it all off with tea in the company of a favourite Disney princess. Disneyland Paris has two Disney parks, seven Disney hotels, a golf course and the bustling Disney Village, and there is truly something for everyone.
Fun for the Whole Family
From Peter Pan to Pinocchio, and Star Wars to Indiana Jones, there is a theme park ride, movie or Disney character to bring the magic of childhood back to life. Disneyland Paris has over 50 attractions, and guests will find a delightful mix of original rides and newly created adventures. The It’s a Small World ride has been at the park since its opening, and visitors can’t help but marvel at the singing dolls from around the world who represent seven continents. From soaring high on the Dumbo the Flying Elephant ride to dizzily spinning around and around on the Mad Hatter’s Teacups ride, it’s easy to see why these timeless rides have endured amongst newer offerings. Live shows are also a big draw at Disneyland Paris, and the Disney Illuminations show is a must-see light show extravaganza displayed on Sleeping Beauty Castle. Visitors who arrive during a special holiday will be pleased to discover that Disney theme parks are known for their seasonal attractions, and Disneyland Paris is no exception. There’s no better way to get into the Christmas spirit than to hop on a horse drawn street car and admire the festive decorations, or to go on an Easter egg hunt with Donald Duck and Pluto cheering you on. When it’s time to leave the magic behind, coach trips to other destinations can be arranged at Disneyland Paris.
Book a Hotel and Let the Adventure Begin
While it only takes 35 minutes to get to Paris by car or train from Disneyland Paris, many tourists choose to stay at a hotel located on park grounds. These hotels are not only the closest to the action, but they keep the Disney vibe going with themed events and the famous Disney hospitality that extends to customer service and guest satisfaction. For the next best thing, there are several hotels near Disneyland Paris that are only a few kilometres away. Many have a free shuttle bus to the park and a variety of family-friendly activities. A popular choice is the Explorers Hotel at Disneyland Paris for its waterpark with three slides, indoor/outdoor play area and close proximity to Disneyland Paris. Accommodation options tend to range more in price outside of the park, and guests can find everything from budget-friendly hotels to something a little more upscale. When searching for Euro Disney holidays, travellers will also find savings when booking a hotel package that includes a Disneyland Paris ticket discount.
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