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All you need to Know for DisneyLand Paris

Have you ever experienced magic in your life?

If not, it’s time to visit and experience a fairytale at Disneyland Paris. Even once, it is important to live this unique experience. It is considered one of the most famous travel destinations and includes two theme parks, namely Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. It also includes restaurants, shops, cinemas, a golf course, and hotels. Each park is designed to transport you to a different world.

The 5 themes of Disneyland Paris

1. Main Street

The first thing you will see when arriving at Disneyland is the Main Street-themed area, which serves as the gateway to the rest of the park. It is inspired by the town in which Walt Disney grew up, Marceline, USA. This commercial street is filled with restaurants, cafes, and shops.

Main Street scaled

Many shops and boutiques sell Disney souvenirs. Don’t miss the parade with your favorite Disney characters and the elaborate floats. Finally, enjoy a delicious meal or snack at one of the many restaurants and cafes, such as Market House Deli or Casey’s Corner.

2. Fantasyland

Fantasyland will transport you to the world of fairy tales and enchantment. The most popular activities include “It’s a Small World”, “Peter Pan’s Flight”, “Dumbo the Flying Elephant”, “Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups”, and “Alice’s Curious Labyrinth”.


If you have children under 7, they will have a safe and fun time in Fantasyland. The attractions here will make you feel like the hero of a children’s fairy tale. Additionally, the elaborate castle of Sleeping Beauty is located here, which has been constructed in such a way that it stands out from all other themed areas, as it stands 50 meters tall.

In this themed area, you’ll find the Character Meet and Greets, where you can take photos with the most famous Disney characters. Moreover, you’ll have the opportunity to witness dazzling illusions and special effects in live performances, with the most popular show being “Mickey and the Magician.”

Visit the Auberge de Cendrillon restaurant themed after Cinderella and the March Hare Refreshments, which is a kiosk themed after a tea party.



Did you ever dream of being a star in a Western film as a child?

At this park, you’ll have the chance to experience it, as it’s inspired by the wild west of the United States of America.


Some of the most famous attractions include the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, where you’ll go on an exciting train ride. The Frontierland Depot is where the train station is located, and riding the train will take you on a scenic tour of the theme parks.

Are you good at shooting? Hit the targets at the Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade and win many surprises.

Frontierland house

4. Adventureland

This themed section has been built based on Pirates of the Caribbean, Aladdin, and the Middle East and transports you to exotic locations from around the world.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril: By entering this train with increased speed, steep drops, and turns dominating, you will feel the adrenaline rush intensely.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Caribbean town awaits you to discover it with plenty of action. 

Adventure Isle: A children’s playground inspired by the jungle. Hanging bridges, caves, and ropes will make kids not want to leave.

La Cabane des Robinson: This treehouse is inspired by Robinson Crusoe and hides many surprises.

Colonel Hathi’s Pizza Outpost: This unique restaurant offers a variety of pizzas and pasta and is decorated with a jungle theme.


5. Discoveryland

The Discoveryland theme area is dedicated to the exploration of the future and space. Exhibits are based on technology and innovation. When you enter Space Mountain, you will be taken on a journey through space. With the Star Tours: The Adventures Continue 3D simulator, you will be transported to the Star Wars universe. In addition to the attractions, there is also a nighttime fireworks show.


Disneyland Paris has very large parks that cannot be fully explored in just one day. A useful tip is to book a stay at one of the hotels available. One of the privileges you’ll have is the opportunity to enjoy the park without the crowds, as it opens two hours earlier exclusively for hotel guests. Additionally, the package includes admission to both theme parks and if you opt for half-board, you can eat for free at one of the Disneyland restaurants.

These hotels are uniquely decorated, providing a one-of-a-kind experience. To find affordable rates, it’s important to make your reservation well in advance, at least four months ahead.

Below are the hotels available at Disneyland Paris:

Disneyland Hotel: Just a few steps away from the park entrance lies this particular hotel, which is considered the most luxurious in Disneyland Paris. Its decoration is inspired by the Victorian era and offers a view of the park.

Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel: This hotel, as its name suggests, is inspired by the Marvel universe, with its rooms designed to resemble art galleries. Additionally, the hotel features a spa, gym, and pool.

Disney’s Newport Bay Club: This hotel is located near Disney’s lake and has been designed with nautical themes in mind.

Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne: The Wild West theme prevails in this hotel, which is located within proximity to the park. It also features a children’s playground and allows you to take a pony ride.

Disney’s Sequoia Lodge: The decoration of this particular hotel is based on American national parks. Enjoy the amenities it offers, such as the pool, gym, and sauna.

Overall, at Disneyland Paris you will find a variety of hotel options. Choose the one that suits your budget and interests. Remember that staying at one of these hotels will enhance your visit to the park.

Useful information

Download the Disneyland app

  1. Download the Disneyland app. The Disneyland Paris app will help you organize your trip effectively, as you can choose the activities that suit you and check their wait times.
  2. Height restrictions apply to some rides, meaning children must be over 1.07m, 1.20m, or even 1.40m tall.
  3. Plan your routes and attractions based on your interests to save valuable time.
  4. Go there as early as possible to avoid crowds.
  5. Use FastPass, which allows you to reserve a spot at certain attractions.
  6. Wear comfortable shoes because you will be doing a lot of walking.

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