There really is a mountain of opportunity to be had at Eurodisney Paris. You and your family can enjoy a holiday here at any time of year, so why not try and bag yourself the best possible bargain in the January sales? There is a wide range of Disneyland accommodation available, with lots of hotels and resorts dotted all over the park. For a more relaxed hotel away from the manic nature of the park you may be interested in being based on the outskirts of the Disneyland Park. Alternatively, you can stay at the Disney Hotel which features a meet and greet by Disney characters at breakfast (a popular favourite).
Two days at Disneyland is just about enough time to see all the essentials and you’ll feel like you’ve had a proper Disney experience. Your first point of call should be the Magic Kingdom Park, as most of the park’s greatest rides are located here. The park itself is divided into six themed lands: Main Street USA, Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland and Discoveryland. The Pirates of the Caribbean ride is a ride that should not be missed, and people tend to love Dumbo the Flying Elephant. The Mad Hatter’s Teacups and Peter Pan’s Flight should also be considered. The parades and shows held throughout the day are great for spicing up your stay and for a magical end to your evening, book a fairytale dinner at the Auberge de Cendrillon in Fantasyland. Here, you’ll enjoy a sumptuous dinner with princes and princesses, then savour an exclusive dessert shaped like Cinderella’s slipper. Afterward, head to your hotel for some rest and relaxation before your next day of fun. Some imaginative accommodation choices include the Davy Crockett Ranch, which features private cabins in a natural setting, Sequoia Lodge, where you can relax in front of a huge fireplace in a lakeside setting or Disney’s New York Hotel, an elegant and sophisticated upscale resort with the character of the big apple.
On the morning of your next day, wake up and head down to the hotel restaurant where you can enjoy a generous breakfast. Make sure you stock up as your going to need all the energy you can get. The second day at Paris Disneyland is always the best as you feel settled and are more comfortable in your surroundings. A trip to the waterpark is an absolute essential, and it will help break up your stay. You should also take in the Walt Disney Universal Studios Park. The top 5 attractions here are: The Twilight Zone of Terror, a thrilling, free fall ride, Toy Story Playland, an oversized world full of themed rides, the Stitch Live! Show, Cars Race Rally and Crush’s Coaster, which is a rollercoaster inspired by the “Finding Nemo” movie. While in the park, explore the studio backlots where you can enjoy special effects shows and see detailed film sets and make sure you attend a meet and greet. If you still have energy, visit the village’s bars, discos and nightclubs where you can party until the wee hours of the morning. Give yourself enough time to walk around the park – it’s a beautiful experience that will leave you feeling fresh and revitalised. In the summer the park looks absolutely stunning, and the waterparks are even more appealing.