Disneyland Paris is located about 20 miles from Paris and is easily accessible from the city by train, car, shuttle bus and express train. All of these options are listed on the Disneyland Paris website.
The first and most obvious difference is that many of the rides have French names and a lot of the signage is also in French. However, it’s important to note, that even though we don’t speak French this didn’t impact our visit in any way!
One of the things I’ve always loved about Disneyland is its ability to appeal to people of all ages and though there were quite a few family friendly attractions I did feel that some of the rides were a little more intense than their counterparts in the Original Disneyland Park.
Similar to other Disney properties, Disneyland Paris has multiple parks. Disneyland Park featuring Fantasy Land, Main Street, Discovery Land, Adventure Land and Frontier land and Walt Disney Studios Park featuring Toon Studio, Front Lot, Production Courtyard, and Back Lot.
Alice’s Curious Labyrinth: Follow in the Footsteps of Alice
Casey Jr. – le Petit Train du Cirque
It’s a Small World
La Galerie de la Belle au Bois Dormant
Sleeping Beauty Castle & La Tanière du Dragon: a Fallen Legend
Pirates of the Caribbean
Space Mountain: Mission 2: Recharged to Fire You Even Further
Big Thunder Mountain: The Wildest Ride in the West
We had a lovely day at the park and I’m glad we went, but for now I think I’ll stick with the original Disneyland, it’s a little closer to home!