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  • [Question] London to Disneyland Paris

    Hi everyone , I have a trip and 1 spare day to go to DL Paris.
    I will be traveling from London,
    any tips?
    Also what is recommended to do in 1 day in DL PARIS?


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      Re: London to Disneyland Paris

      Definitely get Eurostar. There is a daily direct service to DLP direct from London but timing isn't great so either go via paris as californiaAdventurer says or see if you can get a connecting TGV or Thalys train from Lille which will be easier & avoid Paris.

      Book a Francilien ticket 5 days in advance for savings either through the French DLP website (use google translate if you don't speak French) or FNAC and print your tickets at home to save time.

      Depending on what you've seen in other Disney parks consider doing the different or unique attractions at the resort. With one dat at Parc Disneyland do Pirates, Phantom Manor, Space Mnt & Big Thunder (if you like coasters) which are all different to their stateside versions.


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