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Town Marne-la-Vallee, a short train ride east of Paris proper, there is a small miracle. What is 150 km2 in 1965, has become a relatively empty land near the city of 300,000 people. Crown jewel in a shining model of urban sprawl? Why Disneyland Paris, of course. The most popular tourist attractions in Europe are waiting more than 15 million people a year - nearly twice the annual door to the Louvre.

Disney Village Golf Disneyland Resort Disneyland Park Walt Disney Studios Park

Space Mountain Big Thunder Mountain Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Pirates of the Caribbean It's A Small

World Restaurants
Billy Bob's Country Western Saloon Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show The Steakhouse La Grange King Ludwig's Castle

Night Life
Fun & Games Bowling NEX Hurricanes Disco Gaumont Cinemas & IMAX Planet Hollywood, Rainforest Cafe

The maritime climate and the four seasons, the weather is not no different from Disneyland Paris, the city itself.

* Winter (November to February), 3-11 ° C

* Spring (March-May) 60-20 ° C

* Summer (June-August), 14-25 ° C

* Fall (September-October) 11-22 ° C

Although some people would not even dream of including closely tracks the U.S. to Disneyland Paris, their holiday is the fact that Disneyland Paris is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region - and if you travel with children, the Disney-aholic, or just want to relax in Regular museum / gallery normal, so one day at Euro Disney is a great choice. The fact that it is easy to reach from Paris by car or public transport, more attractive.
What to do at Disneyland Paris

Like any true Disney theme park, Disneyland Resort Paris is a combination of amusement park rides, hotels, restaurants and other leisure attractions. Euro Disney (Disneyland Paris, which is often called) contains not one but two amusement parks, in fact, and seven hotels.

Disneyland Park Paris
The first is the Disneyland Paris theme park, Disneyland Park in Paris, which contains many of the same features that are on other Disney locations. It is a frontier land, land of adventure, Fantasy Land, Discovery Land, and the popular Main Street USA Disney train goes through several different "locations", which provides easy access between them.

Walt Disney Studios Park
Another amusement park in Disneyland Paris Walt Disney Studios Park. It opened Disneyland Park in Paris (Walt Disney Studios Park opened in 2002, as Disneyland Park opened in Paris in 1992), and various parts of this theme park is the studio lot. "There is a flat front, Toon Studio, Production Courtyard and Hollywood Boulevard - and there is a lot.

Disney Village
There is more fun than just two amusement parks, but - Disney Village is full of restaurants, shops and attractions, not amusement park rides. The idea is to emulate the Disney Village, Disney World, Downtown Disney area, and you'll find features such as Buffalo Bill's Wild West dinner show, an IMAX cinema, bowling and disco.

Golf Disneyland
Disney is not just for children, as evidenced by the Golf Disneyland - which has both a 9-hole and 18 hole golf course. (Although it is part of children's Golf Disneyland, too!)

Lake Disney
As if that was not enough to Disneyland Paris theme park, it is an artificial lake at EuroDisney - called, what else, Disney's Lake - which is in the middle of the three park resort hotels. It's just part of the holiday, but at least it's enough.
Where to stay in Disneyland Paris

As already mentioned, there are seven Disney-run hotel in Disneyland Paris, but not the only options. You can also choose to stay in one of six non-Disney hotel near the park, which offers a free shuttle ride to and from EuroDisney. When you book your hotel if you plan to spend most of their time in Disneyland Paris, just make sure to learn about free shipping - which rise and fall, and when to follow. Also note that if you choose to stay at Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch (which is Disney-run hotel), do it for free shuttle buses are running to the hotel.
Getting Around at Disneyland Paris

You can probably most easily to Disneyland Paris, Disney's railway, including two major amusement parks. There are also free shuttle buses run between almost all hotels in this area.
Travel to Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Resort Paris is approximately 20 miles (32 km) east of Paris, and it's pretty easy to get there, if you have a car available or not.

>> Find detailed information to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris, among other things, trains and automobiles, and even driving from the airport directly to EuroDisney.

Driving to Disneyland Paris
Coming from Paris, you'll want to take the A4 motorway in the direction of Strasbourg, Metz. Disneyland Resort Paris in Marne-la-Vallee. Take Péripherique until you reach the eastern sector of Bercy, which houses the A4 exit in the direction of Metz / Strasbourg. To go directly to the park, take Exit 14, "Parcs Disney / Bailly-Romainvilliers. Going to Disney hotels, go ahead and follow the signs to "Disney Hotel." Because of Golf Disneyland, go ahead and watch "Golf" signs. To get Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch, take Exit 13, "province."
>> Parking at Disneyland Paris is free for hotel guests at Disneyland (and some other Disney-approved hotels, be sure to ask when you book), and other costs € 8 or more per day per car.
>> More directions from elsewhere in the region can be found on this site.

Taking the train to Disneyland Paris
Whether Thalys, Eurostar and RER A4 to get right to the entrance gate to Disneyland Paris - all to stop "Marne-La-Vallee/Chessy" drive. Not only is this station is directly outside the main entrance to the park, it is also very close to all but one of the Disney hotels. Perhaps the simplest is via the RER train from Paris - it takes just 35 minutes one way to get from downtown Paris to Euro Disney for express trains and trains approximately every 20 minutes. RER station at Charles de Gaulle-Etoile, Auber, Chatelet-les-Halles, Gare de Lyon and the nation.

Take a bus to Disneyland in Paris Airports
If you're just gung-ho to get to Disneyland Paris once, so you can take a bus directly to an amusement park. VEA Shuttle links Charles de Gaulle airport and Orly airport, six of the Disney hotels. It runs every 15-60 minutes, 7 days a week. You can learn more about the bus company's official website or call +33 (0) 1 72 30 10 25th (Note that the VEA is not suitable for disabled people, it is also not available, or the Davy Crockett Ranch Disney.)

Information for visitors to Disneyland Paris