Getting to Eurodisney

If you’re planning a trip to Paris, then you might automatically think of booking with the Eurostar, or taking a flight. However the one option people rarely think about it to travel across by coach. Coach trips have been popular for years, and although the Eurostar seems to have taken over, there are options if you don’t like travelling by train.

Eurolines is the name of the main company which provides travel to Paris from a number of destinations throughout the United Kingdom, meaning you don’t have to travel very far from your own home, and their services can be booked through a number of travel companies, which will give you some really great deals depending on your budget. Furthermore, you can travel at anytime of the year.

Disneyland Paris

The majority of deals on offer when you go by bus are package deals, so your travel and accommodation is included. A very simple itinerary for a short trip to Disneyland Paris would involve a coach journey on day one to your hotel in Paris, followed by a day in Disneyland Paris on the second day. Prices will normally include the entry ticket to the park and any shuttle services to and from the hotel. On your third day, you’ll usually be shuttled into the centre of Paris itself to do some sightseeing, then in the afternoon, you might return home via Calais. These types of trip will usually include all crossings of the channel, entry to parks, and accommodation at hotels, some of which will include breakfast.

These kinds of trips are ideal for small families if you’re looking to get away for a long weekend. It’s ideal during bank holidays (however, it will be busier during school holiday times. It’s also one of the cheapest options for travelling to Paris and back, so you’ll save money if you take the bus. A lot of parents are reluctant to take their children on coach trips, but as long as you keep the kids entertained, you won’t have a problem. Plus, the idea of Disneyland Paris should hold their attention!

Once you arrive in Disneyland Paris, there’s an abundance of things to do. You can meet all your favourite Disney characters and get their autographs. The best place to do this is in the Disney Studios. A lot of people think that the characters will be all around the park, but this isn’t the case. If you’re travelling with younger children, there are a number of rides suitable for them, including the Flying Dumbos, It’s a Small World After All, and the Peter Pan flight. For older kids, get onto Space Mountain, the Indiana Jones ride, Thunder Mountain, and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. The Phantom Manor is also good if your kids like something a bit scary, or you can take a ride on the park’s famous hot air balloon.

And if you are staying after hours, there are lots of restaurants, shops, and bars which stay open after the park closes.

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