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Exploring Disneyland® Paris

Disneyland® Paris, the European version of the popular American theme park, is located in Marne-la-Vallee, a suburb of Paris. The park was designed to mirror both Florida’s Magic Kingdom and Disneyland in California, with its layout and attractions being very similar. It sits on 4,800 acres of land and is home to two theme parks, a golf course, an entertainment district and seven hotels that are designed with an American theme. There are also six associated hotels close by, including the Magic Circus Hotel at Disneyland Paris.

When the park first opened in 1992 it was named Euro Disney Resort, but in 1995 the name was changed to Disneyland Paris. It has had many ups and downs since opening, but with the opening of ‘Space Mountain: De la Terre à la Lune’ in 1995 things began to turn around. Now, over 15 million visitors come to the park each year and it is the most visited attraction in France. Being just 20 miles east of Paris’ city centre means that it is accessible to a number of famous attractions both in Paris and out, including Château de Versailles, Opéra de la Bastille and Père Lachaise Cemetery.

Sights nearby

Due to its close proximity to Paris, Disneyland® Paris is accessible to a plethora of attractions and there is a great selection of hotels in the area from mid-level rooms to highly luxurious resorts, such as the Disneyland Hotel®.

- Disney Village

Disney Village is Disneyland® Paris’ dining, entertainment and shopping complex. It was designed by famous architect Frank Gehry to resemble Walt Disney World’s Downtown Disney. It is home to the popular ‘Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show with Mickey & Friends’, a massive air balloon ride (PanoraMagique Balloon), numerous eateries and a good number of shops. Disney Village is within walking distance of Disney's Sequoia Lodge® and Disney's Hotel New York®.

- Golf Disneyland Paris

This Disney themed golf course is on the same grounds as the Radisson Blu Hotel at Disneyland Paris just a few minutes’ drive from the theme park. It is open seven days a week throughout the entire year and has three nine-hole courses that can be enjoyed and played in a number of ways. It is great for all ages, though is particularly popular among adults and houses a club house complete with a pro shop, a bar and a restaurant.

- Château de Versailles

This famous palace was built by Louis XIV in 1682 in the wealthy Paris suburb of Versailles. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site as well as listed building and as well as its stunning palace also features an incredible 800-hectare garden. Château de Versailles is a magnificent piece of architecture with its grands appartements, galerie des glaces (hall of mirrors) and five chapels. It even houses a fantastic museum that showcases artwork by Eugène Delacroix, Philippe de Champaigne, Jacques-Louis David and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, among others.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Disneyland® Paris has an overabundance of eateries on site that range from fast-food counters to fine dining. Park visitors can dine with Mickey Mouse, enjoy a meal while overlooking the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ ride or eat in a themed restaurant. Disney Village offers the best selection of restaurants, though each of the nearby hotels has a restaurant on site, with one of the best being the buffet at Disney's Hotel Cheyenne®. Main Street USA is the main shopping street in Disneyland® Paris, while Disney Village houses its largest Disney Store. Head to Paris to shop for designer duds or to dance the night away.

Public transport

Marne-la-Vallee Chessy railway station sits between Disneyland® Paris’ two theme parks and connects it to Paris’ city centre. Complimentary shuttle buses connect each Disney hotel and associated hotels to the park as well as to Disney Village. Once in the amusement park, there is a train that circles the entire park and stops in each individually themed section.

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