With over 50 world–class Disney attractions, shows, and parades, plus dozens of dining experiences, Disneyland© Paris is a highlight on any trip to France for both kids and adults. Here are some things to know before your trip to Marne-la-Vallee.
Buy your tickets in advance.
Purchasing your tickets in advance will allow you to enter the park much faster than you would otherwise. If you can't decide between Disneyland© Park and Walt Disney Studios© Park, pre-purchase a one-day, one-park ticket and decide upon arrival, or book a two-park hopper ticket to experience both.
Book roundtrip transport from Paris.
Disneyland Paris is set 27 miles (44 km) east of Paris, so skip the hassle of navigating the Ile-de-France region on your own by booking a tour that includes roundtrip transport between your Paris hotel and the Disney theme park.
Hop between two parks.
Experience both Disneyland© Park and Walt Disney Studios© Park with a two-park hopper ticket that allows you to hop between the parks as often as you’d like—you’ll double the fun with additional thrilling rides and things to do. Disneyland© Park offers five themed lands to explore (Main Street USA, Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantastyland, and Discoveryland), while Walt Disney Studios© Park is all about movie magic and television, featuring four studio lots (Production Courtyard, Toon Studio, Backlot, and Front Lot), a variety of shows, and behind-the-scenes studio tram tours.
Save time and grab FASTPASS® tickets for can't-miss rides.
Avoid long lines with free FASTPASS® tickets to the park's most popular rides, including Space Mountain: Mission 2 and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril at Disneyland© Park and The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™ at Walt Disney Studios© Park. To get a FASTPASS®, insert your park ticket into one of the machines at the ride entrance. You’ll receive a ticket indicating a time slot, and if you return within that time frame, you can bypass the standard line for the far shorter FASTPASS® line. These tickets can only be issued for one attraction at a time.
Stay after dark.
The Disney park is open late through the summer months, and staying until closing time is worthwhile—especially for the spectacular nighttime Disney Illuminations® light and color show at Sleeping Beauty Castle in Fantasyland.