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Disneyland Paris Holiday Packages In 2023 & 2024
Disneyland Paris is the perfect destination if you want a holiday filled with magic, laughter and thrills. Millions flock to France every year to experience the spectacular shows, thrilling rides and sheer magic of Disneyland Paris. One of Disney‘s twelve iconic parks, Disneyland Paris is a prime spot for families, couples and solo travellers.
Walt Disney Studio Park is one of Disneyland Paris’s two fun-filled parks. Here you'll step into the worlds of both Disney and Pixar. You'll be astounded as you see the movies you love brought to life before your very eyes. Meet some of your favourite on-screen characters and become part of the Marvel world at the all-new Marvel Universe. Take a ride with you’re favourite Cars characters, parachute drop with Toy Storys toy soldiers and even ride the East Australian Current with Crush from Finding Nemo. With special seasonal shows all year round, including Halloween and Christmas, there's something to suit all ages.
Disneyland Park is where you'll find Big Thunder Mountain, a haunted mountain just waiting for you to hop into one of its runaway mine carts and explore all the twists and turns. The Gardens of Wonder awaits if you are seeking a more relaxing activity. Home to a vast selection of original Disney character sculptures, these enchanting gardens are open both day and night so that you can experience two memorable yet different perceptions. Disneyland Park is where you will find most of your beloved Disney characters and lively parades. With an array of rides suitable for all ages, you'll be able to experience the true magic of Disneyland Paris.
When you’re in need of refreshments, you'll find everything you need in Disneyland Paris. Both parks have a wide selection of restaurants, food carts and bars, so you can stop and refuel whenever your appetite strikes. Chuck Wagon Cafe offers some of the most authentic Tex-Mex in the parks. This all-you-can-eat buffet, set in an old country barn, is guaranteed to settle even the hungriest of tummies with their choice of meats and sides and a delicious vegetarian option. For those on the go, why not grab some delightful seasonal snacks at Hep Cat Corner, finished off with something sweet from Fantasia Gelati? With themed restaurants and character sittings, the fun never has to stop.
Although both parks are open every day all year round, December and January tend to be the coldest months in Disneyland Paris, with temperatures struggling to rise above 6°C. January is one of the best times to visit as there are fewer crowds if you can tolerate the chill. During March, temperatures start to fluctuate between 5°C and 10°C making the air feel crisp and fresh. The parks tend to be less busy this month as most wait for the summer weather to arrive in June, and with temperatures starting at around 15°C, it's no surprise June, July and August are when the crowds flock to Disneyland Paris.
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- Flight Info
1 hour 20 mins or by Eurostar 2 hours 49 minsh flight time from UKCharles de Gaulle airport (CDG)You can get a train direct from London St Pancreas (Eurostar are currently working on a new deal only indirect 1 stop trains from Jan 23) You can fly from the UK to CDG with British Airways, Air France and Easy Jet.