Updated 30th July. Our Anlaby Common and Brough branch are open. We are able to take new bookings by appointment, booked in advance Monday-Friday 10am-4pm. Due to social distancing measures and for the safety of our team and customers, we won’t be able to assist visitors without an appointment.
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Two of our travel lovers Sasha and Gemma recently visited one of the most favourable family resorts- Disneyland Paris. The trip itself was from the 6th October for 3 nights and included 4 adults/2 children. This blog will hopefully provide some useful advice for those hoping to visit the loveable Walt Disney world.
Here is what they had to say on the trip:
We flew from a local airport Leeds Bradford in order to provide the quickest transport with us being quite a large family. That being said, this is not the only way to travel to Disney, you can go via Eurostar or ferry crossing. For us however, the flight seemed more suitable. As travelling is the most frustrating part of the trip (having wanting to get to Disney itself) we also pre-booked and arranged our transfers from the airport to the hotel. We would fully recommend anyone visiting Disneyland Paris do this. As it was a little rainy when we visited it was so nice to have a driver meet us with an umbrella to escort us to our car.
We stayed at the Newport Bay, which was convenient as it was a 5 minute walk around the lake to Disney village. If you do choose to walk, you avoid the long queues at the bag check point. Other benefits of staying at a Disney hotel is that you can meet the characters as they wonder around the resort and gain extra entry into the Disney resort with added Magic hours. If you are going with younger children and would like to rent a buggy- please don’t! Take your own and save yourself 30 euros on the day.
One recommendation from us would be to go on a half board food basis as food can be really expensive in Disney. On top of this you can book your restaurants in advance to avoid disappointment and long queues. We personally can recommend Café Mickey as characters really take the time to make each customer’s experience really nice. A 3 course meal here can cost approximately 38 Euros for an adult and 24 for children. In order to save more money with food worries- you could take some snacks or at breakfast make sandwiches for during the day. There are allocated water drinking fountains located across the park that would also allow you to refill up a drinking bottle if you go prepared!
When in Disneyland you can find hidden gems in the smaller streets that are often missed if you stick to the main paths. There are several attractions here that are not listed on the map.. no queues! You may not necessarily know that Disney hold special events throughout the year- we visited during the Halloween event which meant you could visit all the villains! There is also a big parade on with these in and you can check the times of this parade on the notice board on Mainstreet USA.
Our final tip for Disneyland Paris would be to take comfy shoes! You will do lots of walking and therefore you should save your feet the pain and go in comfort!
We hope you have enjoyed our little review of Disneyland Paris, and use our tips and tricks to your advantage for your next holiday!
If you would like to book Disneyland Paris please contact us today!
Gemma & Sasha
Staff Member: Gemma
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