Disneyland Paris, located in Marne-la-Vallée, France, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The park is a magical and enchanting place, featuring a wide range of rides, attractions, and entertainment options that are designed to delight visitors of all ages. In this essay, we will explore the history, design, and significance of Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris was opened in 1992, after several years of planning and construction. The park was designed by a team of experts and engineers, who worked tirelessly to create a magical and enchanting environment that would appeal to visitors of all ages. The park was built on 5,510 acres of land and features a wide range of attractions and entertainment options, including rides, shows, and parades.
One of the most popular attractions at Disneyland Paris is the Space Mountain rollercoaster. This thrilling ride takes visitors on a journey through space, featuring a series of twists, turns, and drops that are designed to create an exciting and unforgettable experience. Another popular ride is the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, which takes visitors on a journey through a pirate’s life, featuring animatronic characters and impressive special effects.
In addition to the rides, Disneyland Paris features a wide range of entertainment options, including shows, parades, and fireworks displays. The park’s nightly fireworks display is one of the most popular events at the park, drawing large crowds of visitors who are eager to see the stunning display of lights and colors.
The design of Disneyland Paris is a testament to the creativity and ingenuity of its designers, who have worked tirelessly to create an environment that is both magical and enchanting. The park is divided into several main areas, each of which features a different theme and design. The park’s main areas include Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Adventureland, and Discoveryland.
Main Street USA is the entrance area of the park and features a charming and quaint design that is reminiscent of a small American town. The area is characterized by its beautiful architecture, featuring a range of shops and restaurants that are designed to create a welcoming and festive atmosphere.
Fantasyland is one of the most popular areas of the park, featuring a range of attractions and entertainment options that are designed to appeal to visitors of all ages. The area is characterized by its fairy-tale design, featuring a range of attractions that are based on classic Disney films and stories.
Frontierland is another popular area of the park, featuring a range of attractions and entertainment options that are designed to transport visitors to the Wild West. The area is characterized by its rustic design, featuring a range of attractions that are based on the frontier towns and landscapes of the American West.
Adventureland is designed to transport visitors to exotic and adventurous locales, featuring a range of attractions and entertainment options that are based on exotic lands and cultures. The area is characterized by its lush vegetation and impressive special effects, which are designed to create a sense of adventure and excitement.
Discoveryland is designed to transport visitors to the future, featuring a range of attractions and entertainment options that are based on science-fiction and futuristic themes. The area is characterized by its futuristic design, featuring a range of attractions that are designed to create a sense of wonder and awe.
In conclusion, Disneyland Paris is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, drawing visitors from all over the world who are eager to experience the magic and enchantment of the park. The park’s rides, attractions, and entertainment options are designed to delight visitors of all ages, creating an unforgettable experience that is sure to be remembered for years to come.
Where can I withdraw cash in the Resort?
Automatic cash dispensers (ATMs) can be found in several locations: Disneyland Park - Discoveryland and Adventureland Walt Disney Studios Park - next to the Restaurant des Stars Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy station - at the Post Office Disney Village - in front of the Steakhouse You can find these locations now using our interactive map of Disneyland Paris.
Where can I find a map of Disneyland® Paris and the Disney Parks?
Explore the Disney Parks using our online interactive map of Disneyland® Paris. Here, you can plan your adventure before you arrive with a detailed look at Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park. You can locate your perfect Disney Hotel and discover the attractions you wish the ride, shows and parades you dream to see and restaurants you can't wait to eat in. And when there are no sleeps left and you're stood at our gates, a detailed map can be picked up at the ticket windows in the Disney Parks and at City Hall in Disneyland® Park.
What is the best way to get around Disneyland® Paris?
By hopping on the free Disneyland® Paris shuttle service that travels between all Disney Hotels (excluding Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch and Villages Nature® Paris by Center Parcs) and the Disney Parks. For guests staying near the magic in hotels close to the RER Line A, the fastest way to get to the Disney Parks is by public transport. You can purchase a Paris Visite 5-zone card, which gives you 1, 2 or 3 consecutive days of unlimited use of the RATP Paris/Ile de France public transport system. You can also hire a car through Hertz, giving you the freedom to discover the cultural delights of the surrounding region during your stay. We particularly recommend this option if you are planning to stay at Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch or Villages Nature® Paris by Center Parcs, where there is no shuttle to the Parks.
How do I get to the Disney Parks from my hotel?
It's easy. Just take the free Disneyland Paris shuttle service. The Disneyland Paris shuttles leave every 12 minutes, so you'll never wait long They run 7 days a week between 06.30 and 23.00 You can jump off at any Disneyland Paris hotel or opposite the SNCF station at the entrance to Disney Village Guests with special needs can travel to the magic on one of our specially adapted shuttle buses. Please note, the shuttles do not go to Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch, Golf Disneyland or Disneyland Hotel. Find your dream Disney Hotel package and book your stay now!
Where is Disney Village and how do I get there?
Disney Village is ideally situated between Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park and the Disney Hotels. From your Disney Hotel, the easiest way to get to Disney Village is by taking the Disneyland Paris shuttle service. It will drop you off at the entrance to Disney Village. This service is free of charge, leaves every 12 minutes and runs 7 days a week between 06:30 AM and 11:00 PM. Use our interactive map to find Disney Village. Please note, the free shuttles do not go to Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, Villages Nature Paris, Golf Disneyland or Disneyland Hotel. However, a public service shuttle bus (payable) is available for Guests staying at Villages Nature Paris (25-minute ride). Find out about parking in the Disney Parks.
If I purchase something from a Resort shop, do I have to carry it around all day?
No. Because there are so many great shops full of magical gifts and souvenirs to explore at Disneyland® Paris, we've made things easier with a FREE hands-free shopping service. Instead of carrying your purchases around with you, simply leave them in the store and shoot off for more bag-free fun around the Parks. You can then pick them up after 06:00 PM at Disney Village®, as you leave the Disney Parks, or at the boutique in your Disney Hotel after 08:00 PM. For more information, inquire in the Disney boutiques at Disney Hotels and selected associated hotels.
What amenities are included in my Disney Hotel room?
From an in-room safe to a bathtub, Disney Hotels feature a wide range of amenities to make your stay comfortable, convenient and carefree. You can find out more information in the Disney Hotels section of this website. Find your dream Disney Hotel package and book your stay now!
Where can we stay at Disneyland Paris?
Disneyland Paris offers a wide range of accommodation for you to choose from, from five-star luxury to log cabin self catering. Stay at one of our eight individually-themed Disney Hotels, or at one of the associated hotels on the Resort. The Disney Hotels are: Disneyland Hotel Disney's Hotel New York Disney's Newport Bay Club Disney's Sequoia Lodge Villages Nature® Paris by Center Parcs Disney's Hotel Cheyenne Disney's Hotel Santa Fe Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch The associated hotels are: Dream Castle Fabulous Hotels Group Magic Circus Fabulous Hotels Group Radisson Blu Hotel Paris, Marne-la-Vallée Explorers Fabulous Hotels Group Campanile Val de France Hôtel l'Elysée Val d'Europe Adagio Marne-la-Vallée Val d'Europe B&B Hotel Find your dream Disney Hotel package and book your stay now!
Which hotels are located near the Disney Parks?
From walking to the gates to a free shuttle ride, you're never far from the magic. Disneyland Hotel - at the gates of Disneyland Park& Disney's Hotel New York - a 10-minute walk Disney's Sequoia Lodge - a 15-minute walk, 5-minute free shuttle ride Disney's Newport Bay Club - a 15-minute walk, 10-minute free shuttle ride Disney's Hotel Cheyenne - a 20-minute walk, 5-minute free shuttle ride Disney's Hotel Santa Fe - a 20-minute walk, 5-minute free shuttle ride Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch - a 15 minute drive (no shuttle service available) Villages Nature® Paris by Center Parcs – a 15-minute drive, 25-minutes paying public shuttle ride Associated hotels are situated slightly further afield, but run a free shuttle service. Find your dream Disney Hotel package and book your stay now!
Can I book a holiday package that includes tickets and accommodation?
Yes. Leave the fuss to us and choose a Disneyland Paris package that includes entrance tickets to the Disney Parks and accommodation. For a holiday that's 100% fun-filled and carefree, you can also book Meal Plans and include options to your holiday package, such as eating with Disney Characters or tickets to special Disney shows and performances. These, however, can only be booked by emailing our reservation agents.