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    Disneyland Paris...

    ...or even, France itself.

    Before I start, I'd like to add...I'm pretty clueless about travelling. Haven't left England in around 7-8 years, and hopefully I shall soon with my girlfriend. I'm just a bit stuck on advice for holidays.

    I've been looking around for a few deals, but as I'm hoping to leave around the Easter period, flights are at insane prices. I've considered Spain, but that's too much right now. So, I'm settling for France...and something has caught my attention. Maybe me and my girlfriend could go to Disneyland Paris?

    Has anyone found good deals? That's what I need. I've seen that it's apparently better to get accommodation outside of the Disneyland resort, but if anyone is able to find a package deal including the transport, accommodation and resort itself...that'd be super. I'm just really clueless about this.

    I don't mind how I get there, as long as we do, and we have a good time. It's my only opportunity to take her out, as she has a limited amount of free time during the summer holidays.

    Many, many thanks if you can help out :]

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    I have just come back from Paris and a visit to Disney. It was FAB
    We were there 4 nights.

    We stayed in centre of Paris and took the train to Disney, its so easy, and means you can see the sites also
    1 day is enough for adults at Disney i'd say

    Hope this helps!

    Ps, we flew to Paris, which if booked early is quite cheap, cost us £70 ret for both of us
    Disney is £35 approx each for the day

    Original Poster

    £70 return? For both? Crikey, that's pretty impressive. How much did you have to pay for the accommodation, though?

    I've been twice and you def need more than 1 day.You que for some rides for 90mins or so as it is,you can spend a day alone in just the Studios.Some of the shows and events on you need to que for a while and the event may take another hr to watch.

    dont know were you are based but we flew with easyjet from luton to charles de gaulle and it costs £101 for 3 people, we have been to disney twice last year and always stayed at the santa fe, 2nd time we booked we got it cheaper, and booked through clipperquaytravel.com you have to phone them up for a quote, but they are good. however source the flights yourself, as i have always found the tour reps to be expensive. if you book it through clippers or any other rep you normally get the park passes included. and i agree you need more than 1 day their to really appreciate it, no matter how old you are.

    mishmc81;1515675

    I have just come back from Paris and a visit to Disney. It was FABWe were … I have just come back from Paris and a visit to Disney. It was FABWe were there 4 nights.We stayed in centre of Paris and took the train to Disney, its so easy, and means you can see the sites also1 day is enough for adults at Disney i'd sayHope this helps!




    I will hopefully be doing the same when i go on thursday.

    Did you buy a train pass or seperate tickets? any rough idea on cost?


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    Kyle

    Don't go for anything less than 2 nights/3days entry.

    HAVE A LOOK HERE BEEN BEFORE WITH THEM YOU CAN NOT BEAT THE PRICE
    disney-link.com/ind…tml

    You can always go by train - Eurostar to Paris & then another train goes (if I remember correctly) direct to the resort (almost to the front door!).

    were staying in the centre of paris so will need to be going by train
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