Disneyland Paris Tickets

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Enjoy thrilling rides, explore a world full of attractions and shows, see your favorite characters come to life, and lastly, discover movie-making ideas and practices at the Walt Disney Studios® Park!

SELECT YOUR DISNEY PARIS TICKETS 2022

€62

Tickets for Disneyland Paris: 1-2 Day Parks Entrance

Entrance to Disneyland® Park & Walt Disney Studios® Park

November 2022: 52% off

17,998
4.6/5
€142

Disneyland Paris Multi-Day Entrance Ticket

Entrance to Disneyland® Park & Walt Disney Studios® Park

November 2022: 32% off

11,245
5/5
€105

Paris: Disneyland Paris 1-Day Flexible Ticket

Tickets to Disneyland® Park or Walt Disney Studios® Park and Paris Zoo

3,476
4.9/5
€139

Disneyland® Paris Shuttle with 1 Park Entrance Tickets

Paris Disneyland Tickets with Return Transport by Bus

5/5
€98

Disneyland Paris + Seine River Cruise + Audio Guide

Entrance Ticekts to Disneyland® Park plus Seine River Cruise

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€74

Disneyland Paris Tickets + Paris Zoo

10% off

Combo: Disneyland Paris and Paris Zoo Tickets

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Types of Disneyland Tickets

Choose from a barrage of special packages and offers when deciding to buy the Disney Paris tickets. Listed below, are the most common types of tickets.

  • Super Magic Disneyland® 1-Day Ticket: Visit either Walt Disney Studios Park or Disneyland Park for the entire day. There is also a one-day, one-park ticket with transportation available.
  • Disneyland® Paris 2 Parks in 1 Day Ticket: With a Hopper Ticket, you’ll have unrestricted access to both Disney Parks for a full day.
  • Disneyland® Paris 2 Parks in 1 Day Ticket with Hotel Pick-up: With this Hopper Passport, you may visit both parks on the same day.
  • Disneyland® Paris Parks Multi-Day Tickets: Stay a bit longer with these Disneyland tickets, and you will be able to see more of them in a leisurely manner.

Disneyland Paris Tickets Price 2022

If you’re wondering how much Disneyland Paris tickets cost, it all depends on which parks you want to visit and how many days you want to stay. The cost of a Disneyland Paris ticket varies depending on whether or not there are any special events scheduled and which day you attend.

  • 1 Park 1 Day Ticket – Starts from € 62, with transportation, from €119.
  • 2 Parks 1 Day Ticket – Starts from € 89, with transportation, from €119.
  • Multi-day Park Passes – This ticket will cost you from €80 to €109 for additional days.
  • Passes for Children – The tickets may be eligible for a reduced price for children between the ages of 3 and 11. If you want to take advantage of this deal, you must head straight to the park and purchase your tickets there.

Note: Those who come without having pre-booked their Disneyland Paris tickets online may find themselves in a long line.

Disneyland Paris Opening Hours 2022

The opening hours of Disneyland Paris may vary based on the season or the day of the week. The hours of operation for the parks may change significantly throughout the holidays, particularly around Halloween and Christmas; nevertheless, in general, they are as follows:

  • Disneyland Park: Mon-Fri (9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.), Sat (9:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.) and Sun (9:30 a.am. to 9:00 p.m.).
  • Walt Disney Studios Park: Mon-Fri (9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) and Sat-Sun (9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.).
  • Extra Magic Time: Every day from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Note: Guests staying at the Disney Hotels on-site get access to additional time. During the extra hour, certain attractions in each park are open.

Prepare Your Visit

Disneyland Paris is Europe’s only Disney theme park, and it might be scary for someone who has never visited a Disney park outside of the United States.

Learn how to plan the perfect vacation to Disneyland Paris with insider tips, tactics, and expertise. Read on…

  1. There are a lot of unique attractions in Disneyland Paris that you won’t find anyplace else. It’s important that you explore what attractions Disneyland Paris has to offer, as well as the rides you wish to ride.
  2. At Disneyland Paris, there are a variety of ticket choices. It’s critical to understand the various ticket kinds so that you can select the one that best meets your demands.
  3. If you want to eat at a certain restaurant, make a reservation well in advance of your visit. There aren’t many table service restaurants in the parks, and reservations are restricted. This might be up to 6 months ahead of time, or even longer!
  4. You won’t have to worry if you don’t know French because the language isn’t an issue at Disneyland Paris. You won’t be unable to converse because all of the cast members speak English and the menus are written in English.
  5. It is critical that you have the Disneyland Paris app on your smartphone. With maps, live wait time tracking, a list of eating options and menus, and a schedule of events like parades, performances, and firework timings, the app will make your Disneyland Paris vacation go much more smoothly.
  6. Use the lone rider line to your advantage. People from the single rider line are employed to fill empty seats that aren’t filled by normal queue members. If the attraction seats two visitors per row and there are three people in the party, a person from the single rider line will be seated next to the third person.
  7. While at Disneyland, save money by bringing food with you. You may not want to eat every meal and snack in the parks due to the high cost of Disney cuisine. Although there are certain limitations on what you may bring in, such as no coolers or alcohol, most foods are okay.

Note: This does not include extra walk-throughs and exhibits (such as those in the Main Street Arcades), seasonal entertainment, character meet-and-greets, or stage musicals (which are not presently running), but it does include all of the major, year-round attractions. You should be able to complete almost everything on this list in a single day–just don’t do it all at the price of exploring and enjoying the park!

Paris Disneyland Highlights

  • Phantom Manor – This is Disneyland Paris’ version of the Haunted Mansion, which is a slow-paced ride through a haunted home.
  • Pirates of the Caribbean – This attraction is a journey back in time, to a moment when the Caribbean was dominated by pirates.
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad – This is a rollercoaster that takes you on a trip through the arid landscape of the Old West, styled after a runaway mine train.
  • It’s a Small World – The iconic boat voyage with the world’s children.
  • Disney Illuminations – Fire, lasers, pyrotechnics, water fountains, castle projections, and more are included in this Disneyland Paris’ special nightly parade.
  • Disney Stars on Parade – Disneyland Paris’ daytime parade, this attraction was launched to commemorate the park’s 25th anniversary and is a welcome enhancement over its predecessor.
  • Hyperspace Mountain – Inspired by Star Wars, this is a dark, dramatic roller coaster across outer space.
  • Peter Pan’s Flight – Iconic Fantasyland nighttime ride that takes passengers on a journey over London and Neverland in “flying” ships.
  • Alice’s Curious Labyrinth – Alice in Wonderland-themed interactive hedge labyrinth with intriguing sights and the Queen of Hearts’ Castle at the end.
  • Dumbo – The world-famous Disney spinning ride.
  • Storybook Land Canal Boats – Known in French as Le Pays de Contes de Fées, embark on this boat ride through tiny storybook (stationary) settings from the classics in Disney world.
  • Casey Jr. – Le Petit Train du Cirque – A beautiful roller coaster that takes customers on a journey in cars or cages through Fantasyland’s flora.
  • La Tanière du Dragon – This is only a walk-through to view the dragon that dwells underneath the castle.
  • Le Passage Enchanté d’Aladdin — A walk-through display with vignette windows depicting scenes from Aladdin.
  • Adventure Isle – A huge play area in Adventureland that has caverns, a treehouse, a pirate ship, and other attractions.
  • Thunder Mesa Riverboats – Departing from the Thunder Mesa wharf, take a boat excursion along the Rivers of America aboard the Mark Twain or the Molly Brown.
  • La Galerie de la Belle au Bois Dormant – A basic yet entertaining tour of Le Chateau de la Belle au Bois Dormant (Sleeping Beauty Castle), complete with tapestries and interactive elements from the film.
  • Star Tours: The Adventures Continue – It’s a flight-motion simulator with Audio-Animatronics actors and in-vehicle effects set in the Star Wars universe.
  • Les Mystères du Nautilus – Complete with fantastic effects, this wonderfully detailed walk-through transports visitors underwater to the Nautilus.
  • Disneyland Railroad – A train journey around Disneyland Paris’ perimeter, including beautiful stops along the route.

This does not include several extra walk-throughs and exhibits (such as those in the Main Street Arcades), character meet-and-greets, seasonal entertainment, or stage musicals (which are not presently running), but it does include all of the major, year-round attractions. You should be able to complete almost everything on this list in a single day–just don’t do it all at the price of exploring and enjoying the park!

How to Reach Disneyland

No matter where you are staying in Paris, getting to Disneyland Paris is quite simple.

The entrance to Disneyland Paris has a metro station, and trains operate constantly throughout the day.

The journey from the center of Paris to Disneyland Paris takes roughly 30-45 minutes. The RER A is the train to take. When you board the RER A, make your way to the last station, Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy.

When you exit the train, you will be only a few feet away from Disneyland Paris.

There is a TGV station at Marne-la-Vallée if you are traveling to Disneyland Paris from another part of France. If a direct train to Marne-la-Vallée is available, you can take it, otherwise, you can take a train to central Paris and then take the metro to Disneyland Paris.

I’ve dedicated a whole post to assist you in navigating the Paris Metro system. Make sure you look it over before you travel to Paris!

It’s also possible to go to Disneyland Paris from several overseas locations.

You may take the Eurostar train from Brussels to central Paris, then take the metro to Disneyland Paris. There’s also a Eurostar train that runs directly from London to Disneyland Paris!

Information for Visitors on Covid-19

Face masks are no longer needed at Disneyland Paris, in accordance with French government guidelines, with the exception of communal transportation (including hotel shuttles), where masks are still required for both Guests and Cast Members. For events like our parade and the evening spectacular ‘Disney Illuminations,’ face masks are still suggested.

According to the most recent French government recommendations, Vaccine Passes and Health Passes are no longer necessary to enter Disneyland Paris as of Monday, March 14.

FAQ's

1. What policies do you have in place to guarantee that the park is kept clean?

Walt Disney considered cleanliness an essential aspect of the Disney experience from the outset. At our parks, we have excellent cleaning and sanitation standards, with health and safety regulations such as:

  • Cast members receive training, which is reinforced on a regular basis.
  • Handwashing stations and hand sanitizers are readily available.
  • Clearly defined cycles for cleaning certain regions on a regular basis.
  • Sanitation methods for restrooms, kitchens, and other facilities at the end of the day.
  • Spills, garbage, and other issues require immediate attention.
  • Outdoor areas, such as walkways and lineups, are cleaned and “washed down” on a regular basis.

2. Is it possible to bring a pushchair into the Disney Parks?

Yes. Pushchairs may be rented for a charge at the Stroller/Pushchair and Wheelchair Rental business near the Disneyland® Park entrance at Town Square Terrace and at Studio Services near the Walt Disney Studios® Park entrance at Studio Services.

3. Which attractions will be undergoing renovations or restoration during my visit?

Check out our current attraction refurbishment schedule, or pick up a list at the Park entry when you visit. While there are always lots of fun things to do at Disneyland® Paris, attractions may be closed for restoration from time to time.

This is to guarantee that they maintain our high standards throughout the year.

4. What are the Disney Parks' operating hours?

You can refer to Disneyland’s park hours calendar in real-time. You can tour Disneyland Paris any day, as it’s open throughout the year. However, hours of operation vary each season, and the Parks may remain open late for special seasonal activities.

5. Where can I get a timetable for the shows and parades?

Show and parade timings for Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park may be found on the Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park websites. You may also check out the maps available at the ticket windows in the Disney Parks and at City Hall in Disneyland® Park to discover what’s going on and when. Seasonal parades and displays are quite popular. Make a reservation today to ensure that you don’t miss out on the magic.

6. Is there a good time to go to Disneyland Paris?

It’s always a good time to visit Disneyland Paris, with its wonderful attractions, performances, and parades available all year. However, here are some suggestions for making the most of your visit.

Stay mid-week (Tuesdays to Thursdays) between mid-January through mid-March or mid-April through mid-May if you wish to come when the number of Guests is relatively low.

Plan your vacation during weekends, especially longer holiday weekends, throughout the summer months, and for special seasonal events, when the Disney Parks offer extended hours and more programmed performances and events. The Disney Parks, on the other hand, are frequently busier during these hours.

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