Staying in Paris or cities nearby, visit Disneyland Paris, for a fun time for the whole family. Online booking is conveniently provided with money-saving vacation packages and special ticket prices for a host of entertainments.
Things to See:
Take tours of the Disneyland Paris Park; go behind the scenes, see the Tower of Terror,take Studio Tours or join VIP showings of multiple locations. Disney is famous for many endearing characters. See the entertaining, “Chip and Dale, meet Mickey Mouse or visit the Disney Princesses. This landmark Paris attraction can include a tour of Paris. Take a day tour, or an illuminated tour of Paris and the Eiffel Tower.
Disneyland Paris has an all meal plan, character dining, as meal plans. Sit down for a delicious meal at a “Jam Jar Lid in Bistrot Chez Remy and have a delicious meal. In the “In Geppetto’s Land of Toys, Au Chalet de la Marionnette serves scrumptious burgers, roast chicken and other delights in a unique setting. Excitement is always on at Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon. A taste of the “Old West is staring at you in this saloon and concert hall. However, it will be closed during September thru March 2017.
Where to Stay:
Numerous hotels are located in and around the Paris area. However, it is quite fun to stay on the Disney property. Try the Disney Village and discover unlimited fun. Shops and restaurants are open into the wee hours. Stay at the Disney Hotel, only a 5- minute walk, or Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch a 15-minute walk. This hotel does not provide shuttle service. Once the park closes, those staying at Disney hotels have continued access to the Disney facilities not open to the public.
There are more hotels in close reach of Disney entertainment and even more partner hotels. The Vienna House Dream Castle is a partner hotel located only a 10-minute stroll from the action. The lovely Elyse Val d’Europe gives patrons the rich flavor of the” French Grand Boulevard” and The Algonquin’s is a place with large accommodations for active families. These hotels offer free shuttle service so customers have no problem moving between the Disney property and their hotel.
How to Get There:
Travel by train, plane or car to this fun destination. Once in Paris, public transportation is available. Go to Nation Station, and get on the RER A train, which carries passengers to the heart of Disneyland in about 35 minutes. If you are traveling from England the Marne-la-Vallee/ Chessy train station stands at the gate of Disneyland Paris. This makes getting to a hotel and moving luggage very easy. Your vacation begins the moment you step off the train. Simply place your luggage at the Disney counter, pick up your receipts and move on to your hotel, baggage is delivered to your hotel for you.
Best Time of Year to Visit:
Disney is a year round entertainment center. Beautifully decorated for holidays and hosts a number of festivals and entertainment venues. Visiting Disneyland from Tuesday thru Thursday in the off-season is a sure way of avoiding crowds. Lines are not as long and tours are less crowded. However, shows and extended hours may vary during these times.
Group visits are welcome so make the Disneyland Paris staff aware. Visitors with any food allergies have a selection of dietary foods available. Anyone with special needs will find the Disney property extremely accommodating. For an even better vacation, get Disney express luggage service to make the whole trip easier. Those in need of strollers and wheelchairs can rent from the stroller center.