At first, it may seem like a strange idea to visit Disneyland Paris when you are on vacation abroad and experiencing things you cannot find at home! However, what better way to put a kid in between the stalls at the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe? Besides, there are some features that can only be found in Europe – such as the huge Verero Shopping Center, 20,000 leagues under the sea, or the Indiana Jones and the Temple of God.
One of the most significant differences of the Dieselland Paris can be observed in the attraction of the Haunted Mansion. In France, the ride is called the "Phantom Manor" and has been designed by the Second Empire architecture to look more like the Phantom of an opera novel. The storyline is just below the abandoned town of Thunder Mesa.
Unlike other Hanani vultures in Tokyo, Disneyland, Walden World Orlando, and Disneyland California, Phantom Manor was created to look illogical and dampen the grass with growing grass and paint. What's unique to this version is the haunted ghost scene of a pharmacist, pianist, and cowboy.
In 2002, Dylan Paris opened the second digital park with a movie theme called Studio Studios. The newest landmark is "Toto Studios," where guests can walk behind the scenes of Disney digital cartoons, attend painting classes taught by Mackie and Donald, and check out film trailers of Disney's search engine. One of the most popular rides is "CineMagique", similar to The Great Movie Ride at Disneyworld.
Guests travel through scenes from their favorite films including: The Magnificent Seven, Mary Poppins, The Hunt For Red October, Pinnochio, The Titanic, The Exorcist, Monsters Inc, The Silence of the Lambs, The Fish Called Wanda and Robin Hood.
The exciting building of Rock A & # 39; s Rollercoaster and the Twilight Zone of Terror is here for bravery and adventure! Don't miss the Grand Canyon disaster, which gives you a return trip, putting you in the middle of a blast, flood, fire, earthquake, and all that the filmmakers have to offer!
For the Disneyland Hotel, there is a Downtown Davidson campground for the outdoorsy, budget-friendly, but be aware that this is the Disney resort that is the farthest from the park. The Dublin Hotel is called the "European Hotel of the Year" by the British Travel Agents Association and offers accommodation as a castle in addition to breakfast for children.
The kids also love the western Cheyenne-style hotel, where they can play on the Indian wagon and eat in the "barn." Adults love the New York Hotel with its Manhattan restaurant or the New York Bay beach club atmosphere. Santa Fe and Sidney Hood are also available but not recommended.