Disneyland Paris is very popular with children all over Europe. It is a big theme park with many attractions. We will not describe all of them in detail – whatever we say about them, your children will have a better idea of what it is like, anyway.
In Disneyland, there are 2 playgrounds, which are perfect for small children. They are Frontier land and Adventure land. There is also one indoor playground at Buzz Light year’s Pizza Planet Restaurant in Discovery land.
To make the most of your visit together with your children, it is useful to know which attractions are meant for what age category.
How To Go
By Car: A4 motorway Metz-Nancy, exit 14 Parcs Disney. For Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, exit 13 Provins/Serris.
By RER: line A- Marne-la-Vallee/Chessy station.
By Train: There are direct TGV (France speed train) connections to the Marne-la-Valle/Chessy station in the heart of Disneyland Resort Paris from over 25 cities in France. The SNCF and Disneyland Resort Paris offer packages including transportation from all of these cities.
By Plane: If you arrive at Charles de Gaulle or Orly airports in Paris, VEA shuttle service offers daily links to Disneyland Resort Paris hotels with departures every 30 to 45 minutes.
Where To Stay
There are seven hotels right inside Disneyland Paris,featuring sports and leisure facilities, including swimming pools, exercise rooms, tennis courts and pony rides. They also offer guests a further opportunity to meet the Disney Characters. Packages, which include a two-night stay with a three-day pass, are also available.
Disneyland Paris for Disabled Visitors
The Guide for Disabled Visitors, can be obtained it at City Hall at the entrance to the Disneyland Park, at Studio Services at the entrance to the Walt Disney Studios Park and at the reception office in any of the Disney hotels.