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Travelling Alone - Single Rider?

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  • [Question] Travelling Alone - Single Rider?

    I know this has probably been asked a few times, but upon searching the forum I couldn't find anything.

    I am heading to Disneyland Paris for the 8th time this August (evening 5th, 6th and 7th) but this is the first time I'm going completely alone. I was wondering are there any benefits I may be able to reap in terms of single rider? I know this function operates officially in some Disney parks stateside, and I was wondering if it operates either officially or unofficially (i.e. queue from the exit and ask nicely) on any Parisian rides.

    Thanks

    Scorchio

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    Re: Travelling Alone - Single Rider?

    Single rider lines are available in the Walt Disney Studios Park only and for the following rides :

    - RC Racer (official line)
    - Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop (official line)
    - Crush's Coaster (this is a test for this ride)

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