Disneyland Paris Holidays 2015

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Make a discovery at Disneyland Paris

While the vibrant City of Lights holds many attractions to uncover, those seeking a getaway filled with imagination and magic should head straight for holidays to Disneyland Paris.

Whether you’ve got the little ones in tow or you’re simply looking to fulfil your own childhood dreams, you’ll soon fall in love with this fairy-tale escape. This world-renowned attraction has more to offer than you’d ever imagine– from the thrill of high-octane rides and rollercoasters to the sheer fantasy of the Magic Kingdom. Located just 22 miles from the city of Paris, a trip to Disneyland offers a much-needed dose of enchantment to your jam-packed city break – just take the train to Marne-la-Vallee Chessy and begin your journey.

A whole new world

Once you’ve made your way inside the gates of France’s biggest attraction, you’ll uncover a make-believe world guaranteed to leave you spellbound. Leisurely strolls down America’s Main Street transports you into a whimsical 1920’s setting while a jaunt into Discoveryland sees you climb aboard a rocket ship and shoot for the moon. With so much to see and explore on holidays to Disneyland, you need never hear the cries of ‘I’m bored”. Explore the remote jungles of the South Pacific as you delve into Adventureland, climb aboard a runaway mine train in Frontierland or delve deep beneath Sleeping Beauty’s Castle to slay the dragon – Disneyland Paris holidays offer limitless opportunities and plenty of magical memories to share as a family.

Memorable moments

Whether your kids are into adrenaline-inducing thrill-rides, spectacular shows or meet and greets with their favourite Disney characters, you’ll have the chance to do it all. Brave adventurers should head straight to the jaw-dropping heights and spins of Space Mountain and Indiana Jones or plan a boat trip with the Pirates of the Caribbean. Smaller children that don’t favour rollercoasters will enjoy delving into the settings of their favourite films – whether that means meeting Snow White in the Enchanted Forest or taking an epic flight across London’s skyline with Peter Pan.

The shows are as spectacular as the rides so be sure to check them out while you’re there. An entertaining car stunt show will please the entire family, while Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show is a dinner event combining horses and pistols action with hearty barbecue food – a great place to visit when the sun begins to set on the Disneyland Park.

Aside from all the excitement, holidays to Disneyland Paris are also famed for delicious culinary creations. Visit Agrabah’s Café, Aladdin’s favourite hang-out for Middle Eastern cuisine, or indulge in fresh seafood dishes at The Blue Lagoon. If you’re feeling particularly flush, head to Walt’s for an American dining experience you won’t forget in a hurry. Alternatively, visit the Disney Village – you’ll find every restaurant, snack bar and shopping experience you can imagine.

Important Information

Travel Information
Language: French (English spoken)
Currency: Euro
Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour
Local airport: Paris Charles de Gaulle
Flight time: 1 hour

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Park

The park is split up into five themed areas:

  • Main Street USA is a little piece of America in Paris, where you will find Victorian shops and horse and carts.
  • Fantasyland is the home of Sleeping Beauty’s castle and the world of Alice in Wonderland, complete with the Mad Hatter’s teacup rides.
  • Frontierland will transport you to the Wild West where you can see the Indian village of Pocahontas and you can cruise up the Mississippi on the paddle steamer.
  • Discoveryland boasts the famous Space Mountain ride, through black holes and past meteorites, as well as Toy Story themed rides.
  • Adventureland will have you talking like a pirate in no time. Join the Pirates of the Caribbean on a swashbuckling adventure on the hunt for treasure.

Studios

The studios are split into four studio lots that let you look behind the scenes of the creation of TV and films.

  • The Front Lot is a Hollywood extravaganza where you get to star in your very own movie!
  • The Back Lot lets you see what it would be like to direct and see the technical side of making a film which older children and adults will love.
  • The Toon Studio is a giant version of the Toy Story film set where you will feel like you have been shrunk down to the size of the toys. Rides include the Toy Soldier Parachute Drop!
  • The last section of the studios includes rides like the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and the Rock and Roller Coaster!

Restaurants

There are over 70 restaurants and cafes to choose from, so even the fussiest of eaters won’t go hungry! Everything from self-service buffets of every cuisine imaginable, to table service restaurants over-looking the blue lagoon, to dining with your favourite Disney characters and getting menu advice from talking parrots! For pictures taken with the crew, then head to the Auberge de Cendrillon in Fantasyland, Café Mickey or Inventions.