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If you read my post about Disneyland Paris you will know it ended up a little less than glamorous. My tips should help you when planning Disneyland Paris trips and help you avoid the mistakes we made.
Tip read: Paris travel guide
Check the weather
First and foremost before booking ANYTHING please check the weather. We did not do this and you will know from my Disneyland post that we were caught in an absolute downpour. Though we still enjoyed it it would have been far more enjoyable to be there in nice weather. My favourite resource for doing this is Holiday Weather. You can find out so much detailed information on their site that its the most useful website to use to know well in advance.
We actually drove to France from Scotland. This was a fun trip but we ended up in a car accident with my Aunt and Uncles car because he tried to pull out on to the other side of the road. Driving abroad is stressful and sometimes you just need to remove the stress out of travel by letting someone else take care of things.
After a lot of research for my next trip when I will take my own son to Disneyland Paris I came across Top Paris Transfers. They can actually take you right from CDG to Disneyland Paris for a base cost that won’t change even if you make amendments, need a booster seat or if you bring extra luggage. Nothing is worse than prices changing because of silly details. They also won’t charge more if your flight is delayed and can accommodate up to 8 people – great for families!
Places to stay
You can actually find numerous places to stay on the Disneyland Paris website. Another option is to use the Map view option on Booking.com and find somewhere nearby, but not too near if you wish.
Planning your visit