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9y, 3d agoPosted 9 years, 3 days ago
Hi can anyone recommend someone to deal with for a good price for eurodisney for a family of 6 travelling by air from Glasgow or Prestwick or by eurostar from Ashford.
Have been before with Ledger holidays, but met people at the resort who had paid less than us, although Ledger were good to deal with would go off season to keep costs down and would rather stay in resort hotel or if anyone can recommend good hotel near by. thanks
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9y, 3d agoPosted 9 years, 3 days ago
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Easyjet are now flying to Charles De Gaule airport form Glasgow, which is on a short train ride away from euordisney, it might be worth looking at arranging your own flights through them and just going to Disney direct for your accomodation.
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thanks I'll check it out.
#3
Do a search for accomodation at Disney Village. There are lots of hotel and self catering. Transport to Disney.
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jaydog
Easyjet are now flying to Charles De Gaule airport form Glasgow, which is on a short train ride away from euordisney, it might be worth looking at arranging your own flights through them and just going to Disney direct for your accomodation.


EuroDisney may be a short train ride from Charles de Gaulle airport but it is very, very expensive. If you take local trains it takes about 90 minues and involves at least one change of train. See RATP website for info .Look for a coach transfer instead, about 15 Euros each way per person, takes about an hour. A Google search produced some of these results

On site hotels usually work out to be the best package (walking distance to park, characters in Hotel, fairly reasonable costs) last February during half term we paid £339 for 3 days 2 nights for 2 adults and 2 children aged 9 and 6 in the Cheyenne Hotel. We got bed and breakfast, one with characters and one actually inside the park before it opened.

Disney are doing some specials for kids including free travel, it may be worth while talking to one of their advisors.

Have a good trip.
#5
We've just booked for a few days stopping at one of the Disney hotels with return flights. We booked and paid through Disney itself as it worked around the same price and saved all the hassle of sorting companies and travel out. Be warned that it is generally a lot colder than the UK this time of year so wrap up warm......

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