Castle at Disneyland Paris
Top Tips For Visiting Disneyland Paris For The First Time
Though it's called Disneyland Paris, the park is in Chessy, which is about an hour outside of the city. Staying on the property avoids the hassle of a long commute.
Stay On Property
The Disneyland Paris Hotel just underwent a huge refurbishment and is the gem of the resort. Staying on property at Disneyland Paris means waking up to Disney magic daily.
The Parisian aesthetic of this resort makes it the most beautiful of the Disney Parks, and there's so much detail that's easy to miss, so take your time strolling.
Don't Rush
Disney Parks dominate as the most expensive theme parks on Earth, and Disneyland Paris is the world's fourth-most expensive theme park, not counting food or merchandise.
To reduce your expenses, bring along some snacks and spend your food budget on things you might not be able to get at other Disney Parks, like the Mickey-shaped meringue cookie.
Avoiding overly casual or revealing clothing at Disneyland Paris might be prudent, as these clothing choices aren't commonplace and will mark you as a tourist.
While you can do Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park in one day, your best option is to spend at least a day at each, with a third to see anything you missed.
Three Days