Also known as EuroDisney, this Disneyland in Paris got off to a slow start in 1990 year, and certain critics looked down their noses at the appearance of Mickey in a country of haute culture like in Paris, France. But, a few years later it is Mickey who has had the last laugh, and Euro-Disney is now Number 1 Europe tourist destination.
Wouldn't you love to visit an enchanted realm... the Disneyland Park for eurodisney vacations! Discover a place so magical that the whole family will remember it... A place where there's always something new to do and see, a place where your dreams come true... An entertainment centre unique in Europe, is one place you simply cannot miss. You're bound to be delighted with this new way of having fun: restaurants, shops, bars and clubs to take you to the four corners of the world. Live concerts, cinemas, street artists, Lake Disney and its romantic walks. After lunching in one of the many Disney Village restaurants, why not go for a stroll round Lake Disney? The more energetic among you will find lots to do at Lake Disney you can even have a go at ice skating during eurodisney vacations!
Also known as EuroDisney, this Disneyland in Paris got off to a slow start in 1990, and certain critics looked down their noses at the appearance of Mickey in a country of haute culture like France. However, a few years later it's Mickey who's had the last laugh, and Euro-Disney is now Europe's #1 tourist destination.
For eurodisney vacations the Disneyland Paris Resort complex includes:
theme parks (Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park)
Disney Village (entertainment, restaurants, etc.)
seven themed hotels
Disney is at its best as you wander around the truly magical kingdom. From awesome rides (you couldn't breathe on Space Mountain) to wonderful shows (don't miss Tarzan) to the very funny "Honey I shrunk the kids", and the wonderful parades, Disneyland is an opportunity to smile!
The usual recommendation is to spend 2 days at disney world in europe staying overnight at one of the resort's hotels. Think about renting a separate cottage or hotel room in the quiet, relaxing area, somewhere not far from Disney park. Such homes are both luxurious for adults, and extremely child & baby friendly at the same time. Such cottages, as a rule, have a totally fenced, private backyard and pool - neighbors cannot overlook.
After a fun day in the parks, you can relax on the covered patio or take a dip in the pool in total privacy. Kids will love, for example, the "Winnie The Pooh" themed bedroom where Pooh murals are splashed onto the walls, and two Winnie the Pooh twin beds provide a place of rest after a hectic day in the parks!
Thus, is it worth giving up a day in Paris to visit this American (albeit with a lot of French!) theme park during eurodisney vacations. This is a pure fun for the whole family. One additional note - right near Paris is a terrific French theme park: Parc Asterix, based on the Asterix comics that have been widely popular in Europe for decades. Why not to visit it also?