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Disney land paris

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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
I want to take my son to Disney land paris, does anyone know of any good deals for next year?

only want to go for around 3 days.

and does anyone one have any experiance with it, my son is 5 and i want to make sure he can go on most of the rides etc.

whats the best age to take them?
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
wasnt there an offer in the sun recently? i think it was a token collect. failing that i usually see offers in the first choice shop window. id imagine they will be paying you to go there soon as the euro is so low. id imagine it will be very expensive once you are there.
#2
i saw an advert on tv last night that from january to april kids under 12 stay & play for free :) also if you book now they're offering either 20 or 25% discount i don't remember the exact amount. check the disneyland paris website :thumbsup:
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leecroot;3495054
wasnt there an offer in the sun recently? i think it was a token collect. failing that i usually see offers in the first choice shop window. id imagine they will be paying you to go there soon as the euro is so low. id imagine it will be very expensive once you are there.

the sun offer was a day trip with ferry for £15 per person but tbh it's not worth it as you would have no time at the park after all the travelling to & from :-(
#4
Depends on what you want from Disney but I've been once to Paris and 2 times to Florida and IMHO 5 is a little on the young side if, as you state, you want him to go on "most of the rides"

Look at the park web site, it will give heights for all the rides.
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D00nhamer;3495251
Depends on what you want from Disney but I've been once to Paris and 2 times to Florida and IMHO 5 is a little on the young side if, as you state, you want him to go on "most of the rides"

Look at the park web site, it will give heights for all the rides.

i don't agree, we went last christmas when my youngest was 4 & went on most of the rides!! it's only ones like the aerosmith & terror towers which a 5 year old wouldn't be able to go on :whistling:
#6
I have taken my 4 year old daughter twice and she loves it. There was a deal back in Sept under 7s free and four days for the price of 3 - don't know whether it is still on. I would say don't go at the weekend - we were there wednesday to Sat and they have Police on horseback patrolling the crowds queuing to get in - it was only 10 am!!! My daughter hadn't started school so we were able to go in term time and hardly had to queue at all for the rides on the week days. Have fun :)
#7
We went with friends at half term, great fun, but go prepared for rain!!
The French are so unlike the Americans but the rides were great, make the most of Fast Pass!
Suitable for any age at all, something for everyone
Friends we went with are going back in March next year on a 3 days for the price of 2 & kids under ? age go free - check the website is my advice!
Mid week, early moring ( use the 'magic' hours ) & late afternoon quietest times.

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