The festive atmosphere that surrounds the Christmas season is truly magical. This year, why not do something extra special?
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Your children are excited, they’ve written their letters to Santa and they can’t wait for Christmas Day. How would they feel about spending a few days in one of the most spectacular theme parks in the world? Here are some great tips to help you get to Disneyland Paris for Christmas.
It’s Go Time!
So, what are your transport options?
No matter how you like to travel, or your budget, there’s an easy way to get to Paris:
Plane – Air France, Flybe or British Airways
Train- Eurostar or the Disney Express Luggage Service
Car- P&O Ferries or the Eurotunnel
For transfers, you can contact VEA, Hertz or use public transport to arrive at your magical destination. You can also opt for the Disneyland Paris Express, which combines transport from Paris with the entrance ticket for the Disney Parks.
Pack your bags, and you’re on your way!
You’ve arrived and it’s time to explore the Magical Kingdom. There are attractions and shows to suit all ages. There is an adventure land, a fantasy land, and a discovery land with wild and relaxing rides for all tastes.
If you’re feeling daring, you may want to try out Big Thunder Mountain, a wooden rollercoaster by the water. Or, if you’re looking for something joyful and a bit calmer, try the It’s A Small World musical tour. Also, check out the new Disney Dreams, a spectacular illuminated night-time show.
If you have young children, they’ll definitely want to meet their favourite Disney characters. Make sure you allow them some quality time with their prince or princess of choice, and they’ll remember it for a lifetime.
Feel free to take lots of photographs to mark this special occasion and to look back on for years to come. There are plenty of souvenir shops dotted around.
Can’t wait to try out all the rides? Get a FastPass to shorten your wait in the queues for the most popular attractions.
It’s time for some rest.
You can stay at one of the many and variedly themed Disneyland Hotels and visit the Disneyland Village, with lots of entertainment, food, and shopping facilities.
Lights, Camera, Action!
There is also the Walt Disney Studios Park, where you can discover the magical world of television and cinema by visiting four studios, and the wide variety of different shows and attractions.
Off you go! Spend a fun and festive Christmas at Disneyland Paris.
Have you been to Disneyland Paris? Do you have any great tips for first-time visitors?
Stephanie Croft is a freelance writer and blogger interested in writing about a variety of different topics, from lifestyle and travel to film and fashion. She loves to blog for Hotelopia.