There are only 5 Disneylands in the world: two in the U.S. (in Florida and California), one in Tokyo, one in Hong Kong and the last in Paris suburb.
Disneyland Paris is located approximately 20 miles east of central Paris in Marne-la-Vallée, and can be easily accessed by commuter train or high-speed train at the Marne-la-Vallée-Chessy stop.
Actually, I suspected that we visited Paris only because my friends wanted to go to Disneyland, but it does not matter.
And of course as soon as we got out and went to an amusement park the weather turned bad at once and it started raining.
When we reached the entrance we were surprised to find quite a large line, where we spent another half an hour, at that time we did not know that this queue was the smallest queue of the day.
Please look Disneylands in Paris :
The classic Magic Kingdom park is very much reminiscent of the original in Anaheim, California, but some of the rides here bearing the same names, including Space Mountain, are perhaps less suited for children and more for adolescents and adults.
Still, there are plenty of attractions and rides perfect for even the youngest enthusiasts, including classics such as the Mad Hatter’s Teacup Ride.
Like its US counterparts, the park is divided into several “lands”: Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Frontierland and Discoveryland.
Oh …Oh ! Paris or lovely Paris !
Mon-Fri, 10 am to 7 pm; Saturdays 10 am to 10 pm; Sundays 10 am to 9 pm.
Walt Disney Studios Park:
Mon-Fri, 10 am to 6 pm; Saturdays 10 am to 7 pm, Sundays 10 am to 7 pm.
Check the official website for opening hours which may fluctuate throughout the year.
Tickets and Packages
Tickets to the theme parks:
Consult this page at the official website for updated information on ticket prices and packages, or to reserve park tickets direct.
You can book complete complete vacation packages at the Resort, including accommodations, tickets to both parks, and more, at this page.
In terms of main attractions, the Resort boasts two main theme parks and the shopping and entertainment complex known as Disney Village.
I recommend going in the fall or early spring, if at all possible. Summer and late spring in Paris is extremely busy, and the lines and crowds at Disneyland are likely to be overwhelming, especially on nicer days.
If you want to make the theme park a big part of your Parisian vacation, it might be worth planning a trip in March, late September or early to mid-October, when things are likely to be a bit calmer.
Even a winter trip is not necessarily unpleasant, it can be a lot of fun to visit the park at Christmas, for example.