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Where Magic Gets Real

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Disneyland Paris



Disneyland Paris is where magic comes alive with two theme parks – Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park as well as seven themed Disney hotels and Villages Nature Paris, two convention centers, the Disney Village® entertainment center and even a 27-hole golf course. Enjoy a magical escape to Disneyland Paris, where you can explore the land of tomorrow or take a ride on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad! Fairytales take flight across 5 incredible lands filled with classic attractions, shows and street parades. Rub shoulders with swashbuckling pirates, zoom through time and space and look on in awe at the unforgettable firework and light displays over Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Disneyland Park

Divided into five lands with different themes, all infused with fantasy, imagination and adventure, Disneyland® Park offers a unique immersive experience to guests


Walt Disney Studios Park

Walt Disney Studios Park, which opened in 2002, was inspired by the best of cinema, animation and television. Divided into four zones known as Front Lot, Toon Studios, Production Courtyard and Backlot, it offers a real behind-the-scenes look into the heart of the action, with sensational attractions and shows for the whole family!

Top Tips

- Buy your tickets online and save up to 40% compared to the gate price. Print your tickets at home or bring them on your phone to enjoy faster entry into the Resort.

- Consider purchasing an Annual Pass. Sometimes, Annual Passes can work out cheaper or the same price as a standard ticket for a couple of days. We recommend purchasing an Annual Pass as this will grant you access to not only a whole year at Disneyland Paris, but also discounts on food, drinks, merchandise, hotels, as well as day tickets for family and friends.

- Start from the back of the theme park. This way, most guests head straight to the rides that are closest to the front of the theme park, leaving the back of the theme park empty.

- Eat early/late at the on-site restaurants. If you plan on eating at an on-site restaurants, we recommend that you eat before 12:30pm or after 2:00pm, as the queues will have gone at this point. This is also a good time to experience some rides as most guests head for lunch at this time, leaving the queues at shorter waits!

Please note, some images used on this page belong to Disneyland Paris.

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