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Guide to Disneyland Paris Park

Welcome to this unofficial enthousiast guide to Disneyland Paris! This guide will learn you what attractions to ride, what shows to watch and many more tips & tricks. First of all the location. Diseyland Paris is located 32 km (20 mi) east of the centre of Paris, so it's not as close as the name suspects. But it is actually easy to get there from the airport or the center of Paris because it has it's own train station that has direct connections.

Disneyland Paris is the most visited theme park in all of Europe. It contains 2 theme parks, Disneyland Park and the Walt Disney Studios Park, and it also has a shopping area called Disney Village. The resort has 7 on-property hotels and 9 partner hotels that are a bit further away.

Disneyland Park opened with the resort on 12 April 1992, Walt Disney Studios Park opened on 16 March 2002. More recent the Walt Disney Company announced a 2 billion dollar expansion plan for The Walt Disney Studios Park.

Themed areas


Themed after a mining town of the American Old West.

Main Street USA

Serves as the main entrance boulevard into the park.


Adventureland is themed to recreate the feel of exotic places.


Themed after a storybook and fairytale village.


Themed after the visions of European thinkers.

Top Attractions

Here are some of the best attractions at the Disneyland Park in Paris. We have selected them based on the rating we gave them.

Big Thunder Mountain


Hyperspace Mountain


Pirates of the Caribbean


Disneyland Railroad


Phantom Manor


It's a Small World


Indiana Jones


Peter Pan's Flight


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News about Disneyland Paris Park

Tips and Tricks

These tips and tricks will help you on your trip to Disneyland Paris. They will make your day more efficient or even help you find the best date for your Disneyland visit!

Fastpass System

Scan your park ticket at fastpass machine available at some of the most popular attractions check the app to see which ones!

Wait Times App

Our very own wait times app shows you all the rides, if they are open or not and of course wait times!


Try to avoid usual lunch and dinner times. That way you can save loads of time by not having to queue for food.

French Holidays

Try avoiding French school holidays, they tend to be very busy. Also, shoulder seasons are a lot calmer.

Single rider

Separate queue that lets Disney fill up empty seats on rides. It's usually quicker than the normal queue.

Selfie sticks

Selfie sticks are banned in both parks. Though I have to admit they can be frustrating if people hold them up during shows or parades.

Getting There

If you're coming from Charles de Gaulle take the TGV it's a 10 minute ride, whereas the RER will require going to downtown Paris.

Luggage Storage

Luggage storage outside of the parks is free for Annual Passholders. Handy if you don’t want to carry it around all day.

nighttime beauty

Queue up for Big Thunder Mountain 10 minutes before park closing for a wonderful ending to the day.


Shops are open up to an hour after the park closes. Do your shopping once you can’t do rides!

Disneyland Paris Park tickets

To visit the Disney parks you need entrance tickets. To get tickets you have a few options. You can get tickets for one day and tickets for multiple days. Also you can choose tickets that are valid for one park or for multiple park. Prices start at €79.

1 Day / 1 Park


€ 79.00

Child (3-11)

€ 72.00

1 Day / 2 Parks


€ 99.00

Child (3-11)

€ 92.00

2 Days / 2 Parks



Child (3-11)


3 Days / 2 Parks



Child (3-11)


4 Days / 2 Parks



Child (3-11)


Disneyland Paris Park Annual Passes

Annual Passes can be one of the best purchases you will make if you are looking to spend more than a few days in Disneyland Paris. Of course, they aren’t for everyone and if you have found a great deal on a Disney Hotel then these may not be worth your while buying. Also take in mind that the annual pass is not valid the day after purchase. It is on the day of purchase however.


150 days/ per year


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Magic Flex

300 days/ per year


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Magic Plus

350 days/ per year


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365 days/ per year


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