Disneyland Paris

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#1
Texas
205 Posts
Joined Jul 2014
We like doing unusual stuff in our free time or when we are staying over after the cruise for a longer period of time. We had a great time in The Prater in Vienna after dark for example.



And while we love the traditional sights of Paris



We like the less traditional too.

Which brings me to my question. Have any of you gone to Disneyland Paris and if so do you have any thoughts to share?

We visited it once in the 1990s when our son was 6. He is grown up and doesn't travel with us any more but we are still big Disney fans. We have an extra week plus in Paris on our own. We look forward to spending a day at the park.


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#2
Washington
5,920 Posts
Joined Apr 2009
Disneyland Paris has a unique haunted mansion (Phantom Manor) all about a mysterious bride:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvfqjMid9is

Pirates of the Caribbean is quite different as well:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2f-4hHB85g

There is also Ratatouille - which is a trackless ride and so many other great things.

While they have fewer rides, they also have walkthrough attractions that are not at any of the other Disney parks!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m04-wHvSssM

I can't see any downside to going to Disneyland Paris! Have a wonderful magical time!
#3
36 Posts
Joined Oct 2015
We visited DLP as part of our honeymoon in France. We too are big Disney fans. I worked at Disneyland during several summers in college and my husband worked at the stores.

I think that each Disney park is unique, but I think what struck me about this one is how very detailed and beautiful it is. It is what Disney can do when they have the time to plan things out.

We plan to bring our kids back in a few years for my husband's 50th, our 20th anniversary and my daughter's graduation from high school.
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