Disneyland Paris Tickets Including Return Transfers From Paris Ticket + Hotel Packages
Disneyland Paris, Marne-La-Vallee, 77700.
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- Not just for the kids, a perfect choice for a romantic break
- Two theme parks in one
- Includes return transfers from Paris city centre
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Disneyland Paris Tickets Including Return Transfers From Paris Ticket + Hotel Packages
Disneyland Paris (inc. return transfers) Breaks
Whether it’s a family break or a romantic getaway, Disneyland Paris is a magical destination for the young and old. Situated just 30 minutes from Paris city centre with our return transfers from Paris you can also enjoy plenty of sightseeing in the beautiful French capital.
About Disneyland Paris (inc. return transfers)
Disneyland Paris brings Disney’s most celebrated characters to life. Enjoy colourful parades and thrilling rides in the resort’s two theme parks. At night there is also a great choice of dining, shopping and entertainment options to enjoy in the buzzing Disney Village.
Disneyland Paris (inc. return transfers) 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
- Includes transfers from Paris city centre
- Only 30 minutes from Paris city centre
What Makes it Super
Disneyland Paris is situated just 30 minutes from Paris city centre making it the perfect choice for combining a thrilling attraction break with a cultural city escape. What more could you want from a short break?
Disneyland Paris (inc. return transfers) Reviews
A masterpiece of design and a wonderful experience for all
Stay Date: 02/2017, GothicWanderer83 wrote this review.
The enormous amount of time, skill and money lavished on this park is clear for all to see: you could spend hours just walking and looking, taking in all the wonderful detail. I've been about ten times since 2001, and I still love it. Here are my tip… See more
The enormous amount of time, skill and money lavished on this park is clear for all to see: you could spend hours just walking and looking, taking in all the wonderful detail. I've been about ten times since 2001, and I still love it. Here are my tips: first, don't try to do it all in a day - you'll end up frustrated and exhausted. Instead, pick a few things for each day and enjoy them at a leisurely pace. Yes, there are queues - what did you expect? But do one or two high profile things a day, and spend the rest having nice meals, watching the shows and looking round the place - it's beautiful. Second, book a meal plan - we went for half board 'Plus'. Believe me, it works out much cheaper than going a la carte. In some cases, we would have spent more than double on exactly the same meal if we'd just paid on the day. (The on-site hotels are now charging extra for breakfast, but breakfast is included in your meal plan - another reason to book one). Linked to this: book your restaurants well in advance. They're busy places, and the French certainly don't rush you at meal times. Our favourites in this park are still The Blue Lagoon for its atmosphere, Walt's for the food, and The Silver Spur Steakhouse for a change. Another factor: do your research. Do you have kids? Find out about the parent switch scheme. Want to shop but don't want to carry it around the parks? Ask about the free on-site hotel or Disney Village delivery service. Read the park map and programme to get show times, learn which attractions feature Fast Pass etc. My favourite thing to do: spend time on Main Street. This is often seen by many guests as a line of shops to walk by on the way to the rides and a place to stand to watch parades. But there is so much more to it: a series of beautifully realised shops and eateries, featuring all kinds of period pieces (for example, did you know there's an old fashioned phone you can pick up and hear the 'residents' of Main Street gossiping?), two fabulous Victorian-style arcades (one, Discovery Arcade, featuring Victorian inventions and visions of the future, and the other, Liberty Arcade, giving the history of the Statue of Liberty), a beautiful old-fashioned barber shop where you can really get a shave... This place passes many people by, which is ironic as you have to walk through it on the way to the rest of the park, but rewards time spent exploring it. Finally, learn a little French - it's only polite - and don't expect the people here to act like Americans. This place is a slice of Americana but it's also French - stop begrudging it that, and embrace it! Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, Anne C wrote this review.
Parades fantastic and park very well maintained . Fire work display spectacular Draw back is queues although they were managed as much as possible
Parades fantastic and park very well maintained . Fire work display spectacular Draw back is queues although they were managed as much as possible Collapse
Dude, where's the signage and service?
Stay Date: 02/2017, Jonathan W wrote this review.
I first arrived here in 1992, but due to a total lack of signage I'm yet to progress beyond the car park of Sequoia Lodge. This is probably a good thing, as at least it provides respite from the constant queuing, which even at off-peak season in a bi… See more
I first arrived here in 1992, but due to a total lack of signage I'm yet to progress beyond the car park of Sequoia Lodge. This is probably a good thing, as at least it provides respite from the constant queuing, which even at off-peak season in a bitter February is more than even the most stiff upper lipped Brexit supporter could possibly stomach. Beyond the queuing, you can look forward to around a 1:20 wait to ride time experience, fairly extortionate prices on 2 star food and the all-important 'piece de resistance', French hospitality, which is about as far from the American Disney ethos as is physically possible. I've heard more 'non's' than Charles de Gaulle ever recited as thanks for the Allies giving him and his fellow countrymen their country and mistresses back from the Germans. Perhaps had history worked out differently, the French under the direction of the Germans (see how the EU works on Wikipedia for more detail) would have been able to make Disneyland Paris work: the organisation, well, there would have been some organisation; the rides may have run and not broken down constantly due to the average worker putting in a 39 minute, slovenly and debrudging shift (three days a week due to union action); the welcome, well there'd have been a welcome; and the signage, well, you've guessed it, there'd have been some signage. Trying to find the restrooms shouldn't be a challenge - there isn't a prize for finding the secret passage to the loos and I'm sure that 'wild wees' and worse aren't permissible, even by French standards. All in all, a frustrating experience that could and should have been so much better had basic attitudes to work and service just been to par. The only icing on the cake is that my daughter has been protected from all this and despite her crying more over the last two days than I can remember, there have been some good memories to cherish, particularly the laser and fireworks show. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, N21FNmikej wrote this review.
Loved it loved it loved it. Forget the huge queues forget the cold weather, forget the expense of getting in. This is an experience you will never forget. Meet and greet with all the Disney characters was great fun. The parade at 5.30 was superb, … See more
Loved it loved it loved it. Forget the huge queues forget the cold weather, forget the expense of getting in. This is an experience you will never forget. Meet and greet with all the Disney characters was great fun. The parade at 5.30 was superb, in fact we went back to see it each night. So many characters interacted with the crowds. But the fun didn't end there, stick around for Disney dreams. A spectacular firework and light display that uses the backdrop of the castle as it's screen. A truly fantastic and amazing holiday. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2016, melipower wrote this review.
It was busy, it was lovely and hot. The queues weren't too bad. Especially when we used our fast passes. Everyone is entitled to them, you validate using your entrance ticket next to the ride you want to go on and come back at your appointed time. Yo… See more
It was busy, it was lovely and hot. The queues weren't too bad. Especially when we used our fast passes. Everyone is entitled to them, you validate using your entrance ticket next to the ride you want to go on and come back at your appointed time. You can only use one fast pass at a time - but there is no limit on the amount of times you can use it. We found going on busy rides near the time of the parade meant for a speedy ride (short wait). My favourites: space mountain/Star Wars ride, pirates of the Caribbean and the haunted house. There is lots of fun to be had. Food is pricey, and you cannot buy alcohol anywhere on the park. :( All worth it though. We had a great time! Collapse
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