The magical world of Disney has no boundaries. What started as America's theme park has travelled successfully across the ocean to Paris. It opened its gates in 1992 under the name EuroDisney.
Smaller than the resorts at Florida and California, Disneyland Paris is heaven for children, combining theme park rides, hotels, restaurants, shops and the chance to meet their favourite characters. Disneyland Paris consists of two theme parks - the Disneyland Park (five themed lands - Main Street USA, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Adventureland and Discoveryland) and Walt Disney Studios Park (The Front Lot, Backlot, Toon Studio and more).
The park is a short journey from Paris's airports at Orly or Charles de Gaulle, and this perhaps is the biggest benefit of visiting the French arm of the Disney empire: flights to Disneyland Paris take just over an hour, a much more manageable journey from the UK with children than those to America.
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