So you’re looking to go to Disneyland Paris! You’ve planned ahead, you’ve picked you’re days and you’re ready to go. The parks itself – though designed in the familiar way you know and love – are detailed and beautifully thought out. With Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Park, there is plenty to see and plenty to do. But how long should you plan for your trip there? We’re here to help you figure that out!
- Disneyland AND Paris?
- If you’re looking to do the park as well as the city, both can easily be done. Both the city and the parks have made sure to make transportation abundant and efficient. Your choice of bus, train, taxi and ride-share apps are available. If you’re interested in more on transportation, check out our post on a Solo Day at Disney. Saying that, it all depends of how much of each park you are interested in seeing vs spending your trip in the City of Love.
- If you only have one day to give Disneyland Paris, finding you’re favorite rides and those unique to Disneyland Paris can (almost) be done with a One Day Park-Hopper. You are sure to miss a few, and rides may be down one day but not the other. You have to be hasty when moving from ride to ride so planning ahead of times with what rides are most important to you in crucial to seeing all you want to see. It’s the risk you take if you want to give one day to the stunning park but you’ll get a great dose of Disney you won’t forget.
- Two is Better than One
- Disneyland Paris is extremely close to its partner, Walt Disney Studios Park. Luckily, park hoppers can go back and forth as many times as needed in a day. This is great for many reasons. Reservations at one park but fast passes at the other, planning a full day at one but taking advantage of the other’s late night hours. This perk is fantastic for so many reasons if you’d like some flexibility in you’re planning.
- There is so much to check out in each park that if you would like to get full appreciation to both parks, a Two Day Park-Hopper is recommended. I suggest purchasing a park hopper because Disneyland Paris is larger and packed with more classic rides than Walt Disney Studios Park. You will be able to take advantage of being able to go back and forth easily.
- More Days, More Disney
- If you have more time to give to Disneyland Paris, there is plenty to see. Both Paris parks are larger than Disneyland and California Adventure. Disneyland Paris is 126 acres to Magic Kingdom’s 105 acres. If you’re the type to wander around parks, hop on an available ride without being rushed, 3 Park Days may be the right amount of days for you. On the Disneyland Paris ticket website, there seems to be a limit of up to 4 days when buying multi-day tickets. Keep note of this is you’re a dedicated Disney Park fan, used to vacationing at the parks exclusively.
Hopefully this helps make your trip planning easier. Disneyland Paris will feel just as familiar as your favorite park when you walk in though the gates, whether your there for only one day or more!