Disneyland Paris Guide: Discounted Entrance Tickets, Best Rides, and Hotels to Book
9 Jul 2019
Home to iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, the City of Lights also plays host to another magical attraction - Disneyland! Here guests can blast off on the fastest Space Mountain ride in all of Disney, witness fire-breathing dragons in dungeons, and take part in the Madhatter’s Tea Party at an exciting Alice in Wonderland themed maze. Whatever it is you’re imagining - it’s sure to be 10 times more magical.
In this guide, Klook has pulled together everything you need to know before going to Disneyland Paris. Keep reading to find out how to get your tickets, what Disneyland Paris rides to enjoy, which Disney hotels to stay at and so much more!
Disneyland Paris Tickets
There are several ways to get your hands on those magical Disneyland Paris tickets. Although you can definitely purchase your admission passes directly at the park itself, you will most likely incur long queues prior to entering the park.
Alternatively, you can purchase your passes beforehand via Klook and skip the long ticketing lines to jump straight into the fun! Apart from the hassle-free booking, you can also count on Klook to provide you with the best prices for all your activities - Disneyland Paris included. Book your Disneyland Paris tickets on Klook and enjoy up to 50% off admission tickets.
As of 2019, there are (3) three available types of Single-Day or Multi-Day Disneyland Paris tickets. The main difference amongst these three are mainly their dates and validity. Read on as we break down the differences of each ticket. You may also refer to Disneyland Paris’ Price Calendar for further understanding.
If you’re visiting Paris Disneyland for just a day, we recommend just picking up a Single-Day MINI/MAGIC/SUPER MAGIC ticket. However, if you plan to stay for 2-3 days at the park, the Multi-Day ticket, which entitles you entry to 2 parks, is the best option!
These tickets can only be used during LOW SEASON dates until its indicated validity date. That said, if you purchased a LOW SEASON date ticket and wish to reschedule, you need to take note that the ticket would only be valid on other LOW SEASON dates. Check the price calendar for MINI/LOW SEASON dates.
The MAGIC ticket on the other hand is only applicable for HIGH SEASON dates. These dates are typically close to the holiday season, and can only be used on other indicated HIGH SEASON dates until the indicated validity date. Check the price calendar for MAGIC/HIGH SEASON dates.
Super Magic tickets give guests access to the park on PEAK SEASON dates, such as Halloween, Christmas, and New Year. Since PEAK SEASON dates are significantly less than the availability of low and high season tickets, you can assume that these cost significantly higher as well. However, with the Super Magic ticket, guests are given an entire year to redeem their passes - on whatever date they wish to use.
If you aren’t absolutely sure of your visit dates, this is the best ticket to purchase!
Disneyland Paris is made up of two parks, namely Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. Though both parks open at 10:00 AM everyday, Disneyland Parks closes at 11:00 PM everyday, while Walt Disney Studios Park closes its gates at 7:00 PM nightly. So if you’re visiting soon, be sure to time your visits to each park.
If you’re staying at a Disney Hotel, you’re in luck!
One of the perks Disney Hotel guests can enjoy is what they call Extra Magic Time. On certain days of the week, Disney Hotel guests can enter the park a couple hours earlier, or leave up to two hours later than the normal park hours. However, the duration of the Extra Magic Time would vary depending on the day, and the parks it applies to. Be sure to check Disneyland Paris’ Park Hours for daily updates.
How To Get to Disneyland Paris
If you’ve travelled all the way to France just for the magic that Disneyland Paris offers, we’re glad to announce that the commute from France’s international airport to the theme park is pretty simple. You have a couple options, so we’ll break it down for you.
Are you coming from central Paris or planning to do a day trip to Disneyland Paris? Here are several ways to access the theme park from the city centre.
Coming from other European destinations? Unless you’re taking a plane, the best option would be to take a Eurostar to Marne La Valle. Simply input your departure time and date and costs for each way will be available to passengers.
Disneyland Paris Fastpasses
Getting through most or all of any Disneyland park’s attractions is close to impossible without the help of a Fastpass. For the uninitiated, a Fastpass allows parkgoers to skip long queues at select attractions. Fortunately for all park-goers, these fastpasses are 100% free. The catch? You can only do this for several attractions, at specific time-frames. But once you’ve got your Fastpasses for a certain attraction, you can now skip through the long queues!
Rides valid for Fastpass at Disneyland Park, Disneyland Paris
Rides valid for Fastpass at Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris
How many Disneyland Paris Parks are there?
Disneyland Park is the bigger park of the two, and can be covered comfortably in a day and a half. It is divided into five sections - Main Street, U.S.A, Discoveryland, Fantasyland, Adventureland, and Fronteirland - with over 40 different attractions. The park’s crown jewel is definitely Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, which also plays a massive role at the fan-favorite “Disney Dreams!” nighttime show.
Top Rides and Attractions at Disneyland Park, Disneyland Paris
Home to several of Disney’s biggest animated films - like Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, and Toy Story, Walt Disney Studios Park succeeds in turning reel into real through thrilling rides and immersive attractions. This park does have a more manageable size, with around 15 rides and attractions to enjoy. Despite being significantly smaller than Disneyland Park, we can assure you that the Disney magic is not diminished by one bit and the experiences you’ll find here are incomparable to anywhere else.
Top Rides and Attractions in Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris
What to Eat at Disneyland Paris?
The happiest place on earth doesn’t dare skimp on food - so we’re happy to say that you’ll find many food options at Disneyland Paris to satisfy your cravings. With the amount of options available, we totally understand if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed - so here’s a list of dining areas you can find the park’s mouthwatering delights.
Disneyland Paris Accommodations
Depending on your budget, there are several accommodation options for your Disneyland Paris stay. Of course, if you’re opting for a one-day visit, we recommend residing in Paris, France and taking a day trip to the park instead. However, if you’re visiting for at least two days, here are some Disney Hotels we think definitely add to the magic.
B&B Hotel at Disneyland Paris
Although this Disneyland Paris hotel is simple in terms of design, its location definitely makes up for it with its charming French atmosphere!
Disney’s Newport Bay Club
Here at Disney’s Newport Bay Club, every guest is treated like VIPs. With over-the-top room designs to delicious food options, it’s no reason why this hotel is a top pick for most park guests!
Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch
This Disney lodging option brings to life all of our Wild Wild West dreams. Hidden somewhere in the woods are the most charming wooden cabins - perfect for those who love the outdoors!
We would honestly book our stay in Disneyland Hotel simply because of it legitimately looks like a castle (and overlooks Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, too). So if you’ve ever wondered how it would be like to live like a prince or a princess - there’s no better option.
Travel to Paris, France!
Paris is always a good idea, so before you jet out of France, be sure to drop by its beautiful capital city - whether or not you’ve been before. Visit sights like The Eiffel Tower and the Louvre if you haven’t been, or Musée d’ Orsay and The Centre Pompidou for all you art lovers out there. For more information on must-do activities throughout Paris, we’ve put together a Paris essentials guide for first-time visitors!