I’ve put together 10 top tips for Disneyland Paris which we found really helpful and made our first experience of Disneyland Paris a brilliant one.
We have recently returned from 6 absolutely magical days in Disneyland Paris with our 4, 2 and 10 month old little ladies. I wanted to blog about our trip not only to capture the many memories we made while they are still fresh in my mind; but also to share our experience and tips on visiting this special place with young children.
Tip 1 – Surprise
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Keep the trip a surprise if you can. I think our little ladies may have exploded with excitement had they known we were going and with no sense of time of how long a week or to be honest even a couple of days is it would have been torture for them.. and us! We told the girls we were off to France and then revealed exactly where just before we were about to leave. Here’s how it went down:
Tip 2 – Book Directly
We booked our trip with Disneyland Paris
directly to make the most of an offer they had on giving us 2 extra nights and 2 extra days free with free entry into the park for children under 7. Having originally thought we would go for 3 nights, 4 days this took us to 5 nights, 6 days at the Wild West themed Hotel Cheyenne
which was about a 15 minute walk from the parks and a 10 minute walk to the Disney village.
We stayed in one of the newly decorated Texas Rooms which are Toy Story themed and provided a perfect base for our stay. We opted to travel by Eurostar
rather than flying as we are less than an hour by train to London and connecting to the Eurostar from Kings Cross is super easy. It’s worth knowing that you can get significantly reduced fares on your train travel to Kings Cross St Pancras if traveling by Eurostar to Paris by contacting Eurostar Domestic Travel on 01233 617 913
. Booking our Eurostar as part of a package with Disneyland Paris gave us Disney Express Tickets
which meant that when the train arrived at Disneyland Paris with three (ok two) very excited little ladies we could go straight into the park and having dropped our bags at the designated point at the station they were taken straight to our hotel and the magic could begin straight away. This for me was fab and one of the many reasons why booking directly is top tip
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