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Disneyland Paris Discount Codes 2017

Active Disneyland Paris vouchers codes and discounts March 2017

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Expired deal: Up To 15% Off Hotel And Park Tickets Plus Free Dining On Early 2017 Stays at Disneyland Paris
Expired deal: Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show Tickets From £47.70 at Disneyland Paris
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Expired deal: Child Tickets From £30 at Disneyland Paris
Expired deal: 2 Park Magic Flex Ticket From £52 at Disneyland Paris

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You’ve checked out FamilyBreakFinder‘s Disneyland Paris voucher codes, discounts and deals – not find out more about what Disneyland Paris offers. We’ve got resources to find good family hotel stays, trains to Disnleyland Paris, bus and flight recommendations, plus some words of wisdom from families that have recently visited.

This Disneyland Paris short guide is an excerpt from Cheap Attraction Breaks And Short Stays At Theme Parks: The Ultimate Guide.

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Disneyland Paris

Don’t forget Disneyland Paris if you’re thinking about an accessible short break at a theme park. Your little ones can come face to face with their favourite Disney characters at the magical resort that now also features Walt Disney Studios. There are lots of on-site options: check out the official offers page to start. There are also SuperBreak deals and, with beautiful Paris on your doorstep and all its hotels, you might want to book independently with Booking.com.

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What other families have said

“I was blown away by the standard that Disney uphold. If only everywhere could be as clean and well looked after. The flower displays were beautiful, trees were clipped, the streets were immaculate, and the staff were so well turned out. Shop staff served us quickly, and the food was delicious. Our hotel was great. We look forward to visiting again. So magical.” Pip 
“We had a great time but wouldn’t go on a Friday and over the weekend again. Was very very busy, you couldn’t move. Was much better going first thing on a morning, in the magic hours, although not everything is open. We got on a few things fast, also a good time to take photos…Be prepared to queue a lot, small children find it hard going, loads of walking from park to park. We took picnic stuff and our own bottles, to fill up with water from the water stations dotted about, saved paying a fortune for drinks. The gift shops are fab, even though I’m not a big shopper, you get sucked into the Disney theme!” Hamish 
“We just visited Disneyland for the first time with our 3 daughters and really enjoyed our stay, though be warned – it’s hectic! I had been advised to bring/hire a stroller for my 7 year old, which I thought was unnecessary – in hindsight I wish I had, the walking is hard going. Disneyland Park has plenty of rides for younger children, as well as Space Mountain in Discoveryland but many of the thrill rides in the main park are closed for renovation…Just check in advance what’s open and what (height-wise) they can go on, and then you can set expectations and try to avoid tears! It’s a very nice park, but try to go outside of the French & British school holidays and you can avoid the very worst of the queues, as it’s an ordeal to queue a long time for a short and gentle flying or teacups type ride, even if the little ones do love it!” Michelle

Tickets

Disneyland Paris tickets and hotels can be booked via their official site – go straight to their current offers page. Or try AttractionTix which put together some good packages and seasonal offers.

Got tickets and need to find your own family friendly accommodation?

If you’re also looking for a hotel, right now we like trivago for the best deals. It’s the biggest hotel search site in the world and has good coverage of hotels abroad. If you’ve left it late, try LateRooms.

Need to buy coach or bus tickets?

If you’re travelling by bus, these days National Express really makes an effort to be family friendly. With booster seats, wifi, air con and power sockets for tablets – as well as bargain prices when compared to train – they’re worth a look. With their £8 Family Coachcard kids go free.

Need to buy train tickets?

Our top choice for European train tickets is The Trainline – they buy up seat allocations in bulk, meaning they can sometimes pass on better discounts than rivals. Their booking engine is wonderfully slick, you can pick out the cheapest travel times and they will also show you coach options to Paris, including with French coach companies that come to London.

Need to buy coach or bus tickets?

If you’re travelling by bus, these days National Express really makes an effort to be family friendly. With booster seats, wifi, air con and power sockets for tablets – as well as bargain prices when compared to train – they’re worth a look. With their £8 Family Coachcard kids go free.


Don’t forget to read our fullcheap-attraction-breaks expert guide to saving money on UK theme park breaksCheap Attraction Breaks And Short Stays At Theme Parks: The Ultimate Guide

 

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