Nothing is within 10 minutes of stepping off the plane. By this logic the baggage reclaim is not easily accessible either.
Nope. They're still too cheap. It's a relativity thing. The only comparable level of attraction is another Disney Park, all of which are far more expensive. £100 for 280 days was ridiculous and it's little surprise they made no money. Most people that had the old top tier pass didn't need it, in that they didn't visit in the days that are now blocked out, so their comparable pass would be the Magic Plus, which saw a much smaller increase.
What price would tickets be on 21 october as seems ots not covered, not been before so not familiar with the prices.
reviews on this place are absolutely shocking :(
Annual pass is £37.50 at Planet Radio deals: Link
Thanks op Ordered
Also like to know this. Is it possible to do both parks fully in one day? Thanks
I will be visiting Paris and wanted to go Disneyland for 1 day as this is all our trip allows. We are 3 adults so wont necessarily want to see everything, just a general exploration and rides. My question is, should I book for 1 Day 1 Park, or will I have enough time for 1 Day 2 Parks. We plan to spend the entire day there until close
I am looking at visiting near Christmas I can't seem to book much for this date. Never have been before is this some thing I need to book nearer the time? Will there be similar deals? Thanks 😊
Thanks a lot for that! I was hoping there would be a supermarket closeby and just get sandwiches or cheap grub. Not entertaining the restaurants at al
Food is on the expensive side for sure - just outside the park is Disney Village and there is a McDonalds and they charge the standard McDonald's price - there are a few more options there too. In the park itself - see this http://www.dlpguide.com/planning/dining/restaurant-menus/ - another option is try and carry some of your own food (sandwiches/biscuits/crisps and juice/water) as they don't check/confiscate those and would save you a fortune. We always took something with us to eat and didn't rely so much on the onsite eating options. It gets really busy so be prepared for that. Hope all of you have a good time there, enjoy (highfive)
£19.25 at Travelzoo? Is that the same ticket? Thinking of visiting the dockyard but want to make sure I get the most out of a couple of days there.
Its great, I think Portsmouth is a dump, the Dockyard is a real Jewel though, climbing walls/Marine Climbing walls for the kids, that alone keeps mine occupied. The Submarine at Gosport,Mary Rose, Victory,Boat building Warehouse the attractions are endless, my kids have the years ticket for the second year running...£44 for unlimited visits !!! Anyone who moans about that would moan about anything!
Thx @mattmathanga and @kerridge0, seems like a great deal. Went via TCB and travelzoo.
i'm glad you're not my sister.
Probably one of the best value days out
Our kids loved it here. Will definitely go again it's just so far from us though.
Brilliant if you live near London.....
I absolutely loved this place , my 7 yr old daughter too!!