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Disneyland® Paris – Your Perfect 3 Day Itinerary

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One day just isn’t enough at Disneyland Paris!

To thoroughly take in all the magic we recommend 3 days! With so much to explore it’s the perfect amount of time to make the most of both Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park enjoying all the magical activities on offer! We’ve put together this 3 day itinerary to help you along the way.

Our 3 Day Itinerary

Day 1
Explore Disneyland® Park of course! Hop on the best rides like Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril, Space Mountain, Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast and more. Don’t forget to make use of your FASTPASS included with our tickets to skip the queues.

On your first day, make sure you get yourself a Disneyland Park Guide which gives you daily times of all the shows and character appearances so you can maximise the magic.

Enjoy dinner at Planet Hollywood and tuck into an American style menu, surrounded by movie memorabilia. Finish your magical evening with the enchanting Disney Dreams show in front of  Cinderella’s Castle! Get there a early to secure yourself a good spot, especially during the school holidays.

 

A sneaky peak at the amazing Disney Dreams Show #justcantwaittobeking #liinking #disneylandparis

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Day 2
We highly recommend spending some quality time with Mickey and friends with a character breakfast at Cafe Mickey in the Disney Village for your opportunity to get a hug from your favourite characters, take photos and fill your autograph book up. And don’t worry, it’s not just for kids!

Feeling refreshed, head on over to Walt Disney Studios® Park to discover the magic from behind the scenes of Disney film and television. Remember to use your FASTPASS for the Tower of Terror and the relatively new Ratatouille ride, a fantastic 3D experience with sights and smells following Remy through the kitchen from the movie.

One of the best areas to explore is Toon Studio, inspired by classic Disney and Pixar characters. It is here rides such as RC Racer, Slinky Dog and the Toy Story Parachute drop are. You’ll feel like you’ve shrunk to the size of Buzz with Meccano fences, giant fairy lights and other items you will recognise from the Toy Story Movies.

Stop off for a delicious lunch at Bistro Chez Remy but make sure to book this in advance as reservations fill up fast. And then it’s show time! Check your Disneyland Park Programme for times of the breathtaking new show, Mickey and the Magician. Not to be missed!

End the day with a YEEHAW at Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show…with Mickey and Friends!

 

 

Day 3

Young Padawan, use the morning learning to use the force in the Jedi Training Academy, for kids aged 7-12. You will need to sign up early to participate as there are limited spaces in each class. To register, report to Videopolis in Discoveryland. May the Force be with you!

After an energetic morning, get yourself down to the Central Plaza on Main Street in the Disneyland Park to watch the fantastic Disney Magic on Parade before grabbing a tasty lunch at the tasty Earl of Sandwich (Find the sandwich menu here)

Make the most of the character meet and greets and enjoying the rides you may have missed. Spend the rest of the afternoon soaking up the atmosphere, last minute souvenirs shopping and capturing those magical moments!

 

 

Remember – anytime is a good time to visit Disneyland Paris, but the best time to bag a bargain is now!