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Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris


The magic kingdom in paris

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I can show you the world, shining, shimmering, splendid… The French franchise of the Disneyland theme park was created in 1992 and today, it is the most visited attraction in Europe, even outranking the iconic Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

Marne La Vallée
Line A - Marne-la-Vallée / Chessy

Sunday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm
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Monday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm Tuesday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm Wednesday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm Thursday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm Friday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm Saturday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm Sunday : 8:00 am - 19:00 pm

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Disneyland Paris is an entertainment resort that needs no introduction. Everyone has heard of Disneyland and seen pictures of the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle. Disneyland Paris is the second franchise opened outside of the USA (the first being Tokyo). Covering an area of 19km² (4,800 acres), it is comprised of 2 theme parks, 7 hotels, shopping outlets, dining areas, entertainment venues and a golf course. Disneyland Paris is the most visited attraction in Europe, surpassing even the most iconic monuments of Paris.


Disneyland Paris is located in Marne-la-Vallée, a town 32km (20 miles) east of Paris. You can either choose go there by car, or take a bus linking the theme park directly to the Parisian airports. An international train station is also located next to the theme park. But for those staying in Paris, the best way to visit Disneyland Paris is to take the RER A (big metro) all the way to the final stop (Marne-la-Vallée Chessy). It takes about 45mn to get to the park from the center of Paris.

Parisianist Warning: please make sure you buy the correct ticket (Zone 5).

Parisianist Tip: Since there is a queue for each attraction, you will most likely need more than a full day to discover the whole park. 

Park 1

The most popular theme park is Disneyland Paris, created in 1992, with its 5 iconic lands: Mainstreet USA, Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland and Discoveryland. The top 5 recreations here are “It’s a small world”, “Space Mountain Mission 2”, “Big Thunder Mountain”, “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Buzz Lightyear Blast”.

Parisianist Deathly Detail: In 2010, a 53-year-old cleaner got trapped underneath a boat on “It's a Small World” when the ride was inadvertently switched on while it was being cleaned. The man was taken to hospital where he later died. Non fatal tragedies also took place on the “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Big Thunder” rides...

Park 2

The second theme park, created in 2002, is dedicated to show business, focusing on movies, production and behind the scenes. Its emblem is the Earfull Tower (called Earffel Tower for the Parisian park) and the main attractions are roller coasters, a stunt show, “Art of Disney Animation” and “Cars Quatre Roues Rallye”, an attraction only available in the French park.

Parisianist Fun Fact: The new attraction “Ratatouille: l’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy” opened in the summer of 2014.


There are many restaurants both inside and outside of the theme park. For the people that would like to get away from the Disney characters, yet still enjoy a bit of fantasy, head for the Disney Village. This small street outside the theme parks is filled with bars and restaurants with different themes, such as a ranch, a jungle restaurant or an American 1950’s style diner. You will also find a movie theater and other entertainments in this street.

Parisianist Fun Fact: unlike in the USA, 30% of the restaurant seats of the Disneyland theme park are outside to satisfy the Europeans preference to eat outside.


And for those who do not want to leave empty handed but would prefer to avoid bringing back dolls of Mickey, Donald and the whole Disney family, head out to Val d’Europe for a great shopping experience. All the main clothing brands are available at Val d’Europe Shopping Center, and be sure to go to the factory outlets where international luxury brands sell their products for a cheaper price. To access Val d’Europe, the best is to take the RER A: shopping paradise is only one station away from Disneyland Paris!


There are 7 Disney hotels, each showing a different region of the USA. The Disneyland Hotel is American-Victorian, the Hotel New York resembles New York, the Newport Bay Club depicts New England, the Sequoia Lodge looks like a National Park Lodge, the Hotel Cheyenne has an old American wild west decor, a southwestern feel was given to the Hotel Santa Fe and Disney’s Davy Crocket Ranch represents the wilderness. 6 other international hotel chains are located close to the theme park and provide shuttle bus services.

Parisianist Fun Fact: At the time of opening, there were 5,800 rooms built, and by contract, the park has to have 18,200 rooms by the end of 2017. 


Disneyland is the magical kingdom where everything is beautiful, clean, safe and fun. Everything is developed to distract the visitors and make them forget about the dull day to day life. In fact, Walt Disney Imagineering has made it virtually impossible for visitors to see the backstage side of Disneyland (they developed a “Go Away Green” color for all items that have to be on the park, but should not attract attention). Secret doors that only cast members know about take them behind the scenes where life is back to normal.

Parisianist Fun Fact: behind the buildings on the right side of Main Street is a very large McDonalds, reserved only for cast members and staff!


Plans to build a Disney theme park in Europe emerged in 1972 and after several years of strategic planning, the site of Marne-la-Vallée was selected, beating 3 other sites (2 in Spain, 1 in France), as Paris is only a 2hour flight or less for 300 million people.  Although plans were well under way to implement this American style consumerism in France, some people were opposed to the project, calling it a "cultural Chernobyl" and "expecting Mickey to wear a beret and a baguette". French unions also protested against the appearance code, which they saw as an attack on individual liberty. In 1994, Euro Disney almost filed for bankruptcy, a situation avoided by the injection of money from banks and a change of management.

Parisianist Fun Fact: In the beginning, alcoholic beverages were not available in the park which displeased a lot of French and European visitors. 


In the end, Paris is lucky to have Disneyland at its door, as it has generated 37 billion euros in tourism-related revenues over twenty years, supports on average 55,000 jobs in France annually. It is believed that one job at Disneyland Paris generates nearly three jobs elsewhere in France. But, putting the figures and facts aside, Disneyland Paris is truly a entertaining place to visit, especially with children. Its only downside is the queue in front of all the popular attractions. Although very enjoyable on a summer day, the waiting time for each ride will be greatly reduced during the rest of the year (avoiding French holidays).

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