Manchester to Disneyland Paris – October (4 nights) – £239pp – inc. Flights, Park Tickets, Apartment & Transfers £953 @ Skyscanner
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Manchester to Disneyland Paris – October (4 nights) – £239pp – inc. Flights, Park Tickets, Apartment & Transfers £953 @ Skyscanner

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Found 8th Jul 2016
I’ve put together a package for October 2016. Flying with Easyjet from Manchester, staying 4 nights in a nearby ApartHotel, with 3 days of park tickets and Magical Shuttle from the Airport.

The example is based upon 2 adults, 2 children (aged 10) – prices will vary based upon the number of adults/children, and the ages of those children.

Flights (£54 per person) – £216 total

Sat 01/10/16 – MAN (1045) to CDG (1315)
Wed 05/10/16 – CDG (1725) to MAN (1755)

Hotel (£61.25 per person) – £245 total (inc. City Tax)

4 nights at the ApartHotel Adagio Marne La Vallee (3.5/5 Tripadvisor) in a One Bedroom Apartment for 4 people.

The hotel is just 1.9 miles from the park and offers a free shuttle service. The hotel itself has an indoor swimming pool and free wi-fi.

Return Transfers (£30 per person) – £120 total (144 euros)

The Magical Shuttle bus runs from the airport to Disneyland Paris on a regular basis across the day. Return tickets are 36 euro each for those aged over 6 years old.

A train connection also exists but does cost a little more.

The park tickets make up the biggest part of the cost, with ‘3 days for the price of 2’ tickets from 2nd October coming in at £402 direct from Disney in this example.

I managed to get that down to £372 by booking the same tickets through AttractionTix. With a bit of extra searching it may be possible to find additional discounts, however, at the time of posting, this was the best option I could find.

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Are you sure about your dates? The half term here in Birmingham starts on 24 October...is it earlier in Manchester?
1/2 term in manc starts 24th too, returning 31st
sam1970

Are you sure about your dates? The half term here in Birmingham starts on … Are you sure about your dates? The half term here in Birmingham starts on 24 October...is it earlier in Manchester?


I think you're right, no idea where I got those dates from now, as I've re-checked where I originally looked!

I've removed any reference to half term now, but appreciate this limits the audience somewhat.
cold
Was looking at similar euro Disney tickets the other day to combine with the sun holidays, ferry was £70 return in , may work out a bit cheaper
kirstykelly85

Was looking at similar euro Disney tickets the other day to combine with … Was looking at similar euro Disney tickets the other day to combine with the sun holidays, ferry was £70 return in , may work out a bit cheaper


Hmm might do, would depend on fuel cost especially if travelling down from Manchester area. Also, I'd probably take an hour flight over a 7(?) hour drive!
If you book a private return through hoppa.com it is only £115 return (with 25% off code) and much quicker, less hassle and stress.
cov4theprem

If you book a private return through hoppa.com it is only £115 return … If you book a private return through hoppa.com it is only £115 return (with 25% off code) and much quicker, less hassle and stress.


Can you elaborate on this a bit more, please? What is it you can book through hoppa?
andykapa

cold



wont be t shirt weather that's for sure
SunnyUpNorth

Can you elaborate on this a bit more, please? What is it you can book … Can you elaborate on this a bit more, please? What is it you can book through hoppa?



CDG Airport to DLP (or hotel). return trip. We used them last year and was perfect
cov4theprem

CDG Airport to DLP (or hotel). return trip. We used them last year and … CDG Airport to DLP (or hotel). return trip. We used them last year and was perfect


Ahh I see, for the transfer portion! Yeah would shave off a few £££
its better to buy a year pass, go on disneyland Paris website, change your country to France and the year passes are there, just buy at the gate when you arrive, also go again within a year and you don't need to buy any passes
I wouldn't want to go to Paris after all those attacks

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