Disneyland Paris provides a great family vacation, while allowing the family to also enjoy the city of Paris a few minutes away. Get all the basics you need before visiting Disneyland Paris, Europe's #1 tourist destination.
About Disneyland ParisEurope's top destination, Disneyland Paris, features two theme parks (Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park), Disney Village, seven themed hotels and Golf Disneyland.
About 32 kilometers or 20 miles outside of Paris, it is about one-fifth the size of Paris itself. Millions have visited since it opened (amidst much anti-Mickey controversy) in 1990.
While this isn't exactly the most tres chic destination in France, it provides a great opportunity to make the kids and the parents happy. Not only is it close to Paris, but Paris is 2 hours, 40 minutes from London via Eurostar.
Getting to Disneyland Paris
Where To Stay at Disneyland ParisThere are seven hotels right inside Disneyland Paris,featuring sports and leisure facilities, including swimming pools, exercise rooms, tennis courts and pony rides. They also offer guests a further opportunity to meet the Disney Characters. Packages, which include a two-night stay with a three-day pass, are also available. There are also several hotels which recently opened a short drive from the park.
Where to Buy Disneyland Paris TicketsYou can buy Disneyland Paris tickets at the following locations:
- at Park admission ticket windows
- by phone at 33 1 60 30 60 30 (calling to France)
- in the Disney Store on the Champs Elysées, Paris
- in the FNAC stores in Paris
- at the Virgin Megastore on the Champs Elysees in Paris
- at the Paris Tourism Office and in Parisian airports
- at certain RATP ticketing windows in Paris (metro and RER)
Disneyland Paris for Disabled Visitors
The "Guide for Disabled Visitors," can be obtained it at City Hall at the entrance to the Disneyland Park, at Studio Services at the entrance to the Walt Disney Studios Park and at the reception office in any of the Disney hotels.