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- 98%Family Travelers
- 61%Adventure Travelers
- 57%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Disneyland ParisMember ofGreen TravelersOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5
Disneyland is located 30 km outside Paris, but it is easily reached with RER line A. The main attraction is the Disneyland Park, with numerous attractions and rides for both kids and fun-loving adults. There is also Walt Disney Studios Park, that is themed after movies and movie production. There are lots of dining options and some stores at the Disney Village. My advice: Wear comfortable shoes and get the FastPass ticket, that allows you to jump the queues.Recommended for:
- Disneyland ParisMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4
Everything you expect from a Disney Park is also here: great rides, awesome and detailed design, overpriced restaurants and even a super fun night show (Disney Dreams). It's also cute to see the French twists on many Classic Disney rides.
Some attractions are a bit dissappointing compared to those at Walt Disney's World (Star Tours, I'm looking at you) while most are equally great or even better.
A perfect day trip from Paris for Disney fans or families.Recommended for:
- Disneyland ParisMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2
You're never too old for a hug from Mickey Mouse or Winnie the Pooh! Sleeping Beauty's summer home just outside of Paris comes complete with a familiar palace, and many of the iconic charms of the stateside resorts in Anaheim and Orlando, but with turkey legs swapped for croissants. And just like the annual celebration in Orlando, Disneyland Paris now boasts a Gay Days celebration that draws in tens of thousands of LGBT mouseketeers from all over the world.Recommended for:
- Disneyland ParisMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 4
This is the place for fans of Disney and children. We spent 3 days inside and could spent three more. I would have given it a 5 star if it was possible to eat better than the snack bars around. There were better restaurants, but you have to pay big bucks for that. Well, we didn´t go to Disneyland to eat, but we get hungry during the day. :)Recommended for:
- Disneyland ParisMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6
Disneyland Paris--formerly Eurodisney--feels like a corner of the United States that was crated up, shipped and grafted onto French soil. I'm probably not being fair as I didn't want to go here in the first place when the tour group I was on let us loose in the universe of artifice. I did like the Jules Verne-themed Space Mountain ride, however.Recommended for:
- Disneyland ParisMember ofFoodiesStudentsLuxury Travelers+ 2
No one is ever too old for Disney. If you have time and have an exciting experience, you have to go to Disney, wether with your family, lover or even alone, you'll definitely love it. For grown-ups, do only the rides labeled "exciting" on the park map and that is because you don't have enough time to do all the games in the park. Liked it way more than Park Asterix.Recommended for:
- Disneyland Paris
- Disneyland ParisMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 2
For any Disney fan this is a must go, but you can complete the whole park in a day. If you've already been to Disney World in Florida though, then this is a bit of a disappointment, but you can still have a good day here.
- Disneyland Paris
- Disneyland ParisMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7
this will forever be one of my most loved places in the world. great memories, love the detailed buildings, good food, very well organized with sometimes also a bit irritation about the long waitinglines. i have been at the opening of the park, and visited several times. can not wait to go back...but it is rather expensive. and on your own it is no fun...but the feeling when you enter the park, that you can leave your troubles behind you for a day...i like that very much.Thank you Walt.
- Disneyland Paris
LIKE ANY TRUE DISNEY THEME PARK,DISNEYLAND PARIS RESORT IS A COMBINATION OF AMUSEMENT PARK,7 HOTELS,RESTAURANTS,RIDES,OTHER RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES.YOU WILL FIND FRONTIER LAND,ADVENTURELAND,DICOVERY LAND AND THE POPULAR U.S.A MAIN STREET ALL SITUATED IN THE THEME PARK.THERE IS A TRAIN THAT TRANSPORTS YOU AROUND THE ADVENTUELAND FOR EASY ACCESS.INTHE DISNEY VILLAGE THERES MORE ENTERTAINMENT THAN JUST THE THEME PARKS,HOWEVER-DISNEY VILLAGE IS FULL OF SHOPS RESTARANTS,ATTRACTIONS THAT AREN'T AMUSEMENT PARK RIDES,IT FEAUTURES BUFFALO'S WILD WEST DINNER SHOW,IMAX,BOWLING ALLEY,DISCO.THERE IS ALSO A GOLF AREA,ONE FOR CHILDREN AND ONE FOR ADULTS.WHY NOT SPEND A DAY AT THIS FUN FILLED PARK AS PART OF YOUR PARIS TRIP.Recommended for:
- Disneyland ParisMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesStudents+ 3
I've been there when I was little, so I don't remember much, but I do remember all the attractions, the Disney characters, how I was afraid of some of them but still I think that now it'll be even more beautiful and fun, not only for the kids! ;)Recommended for:
- Disneyland Paris
Whether you're 50 or 5 years old, Disneyland should never be a missed oppurtunity. It's like spending time with your childhood friends.. LIVE! The rides are awesome, the parade is awesome, the food is awesome and your friends will love you for the cheap but nice souviners!Recommended for:
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Aliases: Eurodisney, Euro Disney