Welcome to my Disneyland Paris FAQ page! Here you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about the parks, hotels, dining and transportation at Disneyland Paris. Whether you’re a curious visitor or a future traveler in search of information, I’m here to guide you. Discover the secrets of the Disney Parks, find practical advice on the best times to visit, explore the different accommodation options, discover the culinary delights on offer and learn how to get around the resort with ease. Find all the answers you need to plan a magical experience at Disneyland Paris!


Disney Parks

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Tickets and reservations

Whether you’re interested in single-day tickets, multi-day packages, early booking options or annual passes, I’ve compiled all the information you need to make the most of your magical experience at Disneyland Paris.

Where can I find information on ticket prices?

You can find up-to-date information on ticket prices for Disneyland Paris directly on their official website. The site offers information on different ticket types, including single-day tickets, multi-day tickets, tickets for both parks and annual passes.

It’s important to note that prices can vary according to season, day of the week and visitor age (child, adult, senior). There are often special offers, discounts for early bookings or online purchases, so it’s a good idea to check the site regularly.

Also be sure to check the conditions of each ticket, such as exclusion or use dates, before making your purchase.

How much does a ticket to Disneyland Paris cost and how can I buy one?

Ticket prices for Disneyland Paris can vary depending on a number of factors, including the age of the visitor (child, adult, senior), the number of parks to be visited (Parc Disneyland or Parc Walt Disney Studios or both), and the type of ticket (one-day ticket, multi-day ticket, annual pass).

The price of an adult ticket for one day in one park can start at around 100 euros, while the price of a ticket for both parks can start at around 130 euros. Please note that these prices are indicative and may have changed.

To buy a ticket, you can visit the official Disneyland Paris website and follow the online purchasing process. You can also buy tickets from the ticket offices at the park entrances, but to avoid queues and benefit from any discounts, it’s generally advisable to buy tickets online in advance.

Be sure to check the latest prices and conditions on the official Disneyland Paris website before planning your visit.

What types of tickets are available?

Disneyland Paris offers several types of tickets to meet the different needs and preferences of visitors. Here are some of the ticket types available:

  • One-day tickets: These tickets give you access to either Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park for one day.
    Multi-day tickets: These tickets allow you to visit both parks for several days. The number of days can vary, with options generally ranging from two to four days.
    Single Park Tickets: These tickets allow you to visit only one of the two Disneyland Paris parks.
    Tickets for two parks: These tickets allow you to visit both Disneyland Paris parks.
    Annual passes: These give you unlimited or limited access (depending on the type of pass) to both parks for one year. There are several levels of annual pass, each offering different benefits and privileges.
    Special Tickets: Disneyland Paris also offers special tickets for events, such as Halloween or Christmas evenings, or annual pass evenings.
    Group tickets: Reduced rates are available for groups of 20 or more.
    Please note that prices and conditions may vary, so check the latest information on the official Disneyland Paris website before planning your visit.
What's the difference between a one-park ticket and a two-park ticket?

A single-park ticket gives you access to just one Disneyland Paris park, either Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park, for the day.

A two-park ticket, on the other hand, allows you to visit both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park in the same day. You can move freely from one park to the other as many times as you like during opening hours.

Disneyland Park is the original park with Sleeping Beauty Castle, while Walt Disney Studios Park is dedicated to the film and animation industry, with attractions based on popular films and cartoons.

A two-park ticket is generally more expensive than a one-park ticket, but offers greater flexibility and the chance to enjoy a wider range of attractions and shows. However, if your visit is limited in time or if you have a clear preference for one of the parks, a ticket for one park may be a more economical option.

What are the advantages of a DISNEYLAND PASS?

A Disneyland Pass is an annual pass from the new Disneyland Paris range. A Disneyland Pass offers many benefits that can enhance your visiting experience. Specific benefits may vary depending on the type of annual pass you choose, but may include:

  1. Unlimited access: Annual passes offer unlimited access to Disneyland Parks and Walt Disney Studios for the duration of the pass’s validity. Some passes may have restricted days, so be sure to check details before purchase.
    Discounts : Annual pass holders can enjoy discounts on purchases in the parks’ stores and restaurants.
    Invitations to special events: Annual pass holders can receive invitations to special events and exclusive evenings throughout the year.
    Free parking: Some annual pass levels offer free access to park parking.

All in all, a Disneyland Pass can offer great value, especially for those who plan to visit Disneyland Paris several times a year. However, it’s important to check the conditions and benefits of each type of annual pass to choose the one that best suits your needs. To find out more, please read my article dedicated to annual passes.

Are there discounted tickets for children, senior citizens or groups?

Yes, Disneyland Paris offers different types of discounted tickets:

  • Children: Children under the age of 3 enjoy free admission to the parks. In addition, a reduced rate is generally applied for children aged 3 to 11.
    Groups: Special rates for groups of 20 or more are available. School groups, youth groups and adult groups can all benefit from these group rates.
    Disabled visitors: Special rates are available for disabled visitors and their carers.

However, Disneyland Paris does not currently offer any special rates for senior citizens.

But, Disneyland Paris or partner vendors often run promotions and special offers that can offer discounts on park admission, accommodation and meals. It’s always a good idea to check the official Disneyland Paris website or vendor partners for current offers before planning your visit.

Please note that all this information is subject to change and it is recommended that you consult the official Disneyland Paris website for the most up-to-date and accurate information.

Are there any VIP experiences at Disneyland Paris?

Yes, Disneyland Paris offers a range of VIP experiences to make your visit special. Here are just a few of the options available:

  • VIP guide service: The VIP guide is a personalized service that allows you to make the most of your visit. The guide accompanies you throughout the day, helping you plan your itinerary, access attractions more quickly and get prime seats for shows.
    VIP dining experiences: You can book a meal at one of Disneyland Paris’ restaurants for an unforgettable culinary experience. Some restaurants offer meals with Disney characters, so you can dine in the company of your favorite characters.
    VIP suites and hotel rooms: For a luxurious experience, you can stay in one of Disneyland Paris’ VIP suites or hotel rooms. These rooms offer first-class services and amenities for an unforgettable stay.
    VIP evenings and special events: Disneyland Paris regularly organizes special evenings and events that offer visitors a unique experience. For example, on Halloween or Christmas evenings, you can enjoy the parks with fewer people and special entertainment.

Please note that availability and conditions may vary, so we recommend checking the latest information on the official Disneyland Paris website before planning your visit.

Disney Parks

Whether you’re looking for information on opening times, attractions, shows, services or tips to maximize your visit, I’ve put together all the answers to your questions to help you discover the best of what Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park have to offer.


The best time to visit Disneyland Paris depends on what you’re looking for in your visit. Here are a few points to consider:

  • Crowds: To avoid crowds, it may be best to visit the park during the off-peak season, which is generally outside school vacations and public holidays. The months of January to March and September to October are often less crowded. I’ve also prepared a calendar of peak days, available by clicking here.
  • Climate: If you prefer warmer weather and don’t mind crowds, summer can be a good time to visit. However, spring and autumn often offer milder weather and fewer crowds.
  • Special events: Disneyland Paris organizes several events throughout the year, such as the Halloween Celebration in October and the Christmas Festival in December. If you want to take advantage of these events, plan your visit accordingly.
  • Budget: Ticket and hotel rates may vary according to the season. You can often find special offers or discounts during the low season.

Finally, don’t forget that even on busy days, you can still enjoy the park with good planning and by taking advantage of services like Premier Access to reduce your waiting time for attractions.


The length of your visit to Disneyland Paris depends on a number of factors, such as the number of attractions you wish to visit, how busy it is on the day of your visit, whether you wish to attend shows or parades, and whether you want to take time to shop or eat in the park’s restaurants.

In general, however, one day in each park (i.e. two days in all) is a good starting point for enjoying the main attractions and shows without rushing. If you only have one day, it’s possible to visit both parks in one day, but you’ll have to make choices and prioritize certain attractions or activities.

If you really want to take your time, explore every nook and cranny of the parks, do all the attractions, enjoy the restaurants and stores, or if you’re visiting during a busy period when waiting times for attractions can be longer, you might consider spending three to four days.

Finally, don’t forget to allow time to rest and simply enjoy the magical atmosphere of the park and hotels. Disneyland Paris is designed to be an experience in itself, not just a series of attractions to tick off a list.


Disneyland Paris opening times may vary according to season, day of the week and special events. Disneyland Park generally opens around 10:00 am and closes between 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm. Walt Disney Studios Park generally opens at 10:00 and closes earlier, usually between 18:00 and 20:00.

However, it is important to note that these times may vary, and we recommend that you consult the official program on the Disneyland Paris website for the exact times of your visit.

Disneyland Paris also offers “Extra Magic Hours” for residents of Disney Hotels and certain Annual Pass holders. During these hours, certain areas and attractions in the parks open earlier, usually around 8:30 a.m., allowing these visitors to enjoy the parks with fewer people.

Finally, there are often special events and evenings that can extend park opening hours, such as Annual Pass Evenings or themed evenings like Halloween Night. These events usually require a separate ticket to be purchased in advance.


Disneyland Paris consists of two parks: Parc Disneyland and Parc Walt Disney Studios. Each park offers a variety of attractions for all ages. Here are some of the most popular attractions in each park:

Disneyland Park:

  1. Sleeping Beauty Castle: This iconic structure is the focal point of Disneyland Park, and a perfect place to take photos.
    Space Mountain: A dark roller coaster with loops and twists, themed around space and science fiction.
  2. Pirates of the Caribbean: A boat trip through animated pirate scenes, including a ship battle.
  3. Big Thunder Mountain: A mine-train-themed roller coaster.
  4. Peter Pan’s Flight: A flight ride through scenes from Peter Pan.
  5. Phantom Manor: A visit to a haunted house with a unique story.

Walt Disney Studios Park:

  1. Ratatouille : L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy : A 4D attraction that plunges you into the world of Rémy, the famous rat chef.
  2. Crush’s Coaster: A rotating roller coaster based on Crush’s adventure in the film “Finding Nemo”.
  3. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror: A free-fall elevator in a haunted hotel.
  4. Cars Road Trip: A streetcar tour giving a behind-the-scenes look at Cars universe.
  5. Toy Story Playland: An area dedicated to the world of Toy Story, with several attractions.

These are among the most popular attractions, but there are many more to discover in both parks. Each park also offers a variety of shows, parades and opportunities to meet your favorite Disney characters.


Disneyland Paris offers many attractions suitable for young children. Here are some attractions specifically designed for the little ones:

At Disneyland Park:

  1. Dumbo the Flying Elephant: A gentle ride where children can soar aboard their own Dumbo elephant.
  2. Le Pays des Contes de Fées: A boat cruise through miniatures of famous Disney fairy tale locations.
  3. Casey Jr. – le Petit Train du Cirque: A gentle train ride through Dumbo’s story.
  4. Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups: A spinning ride in the tea cups of Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter.
  5. Peter Pan’s Flight: A flying journey through scenes from Peter Pan, although this attraction may be a bit dark for some children.
  6. Alice’s Curious Labyrinth: A walking maze based on the Alice in Wonderland film.

At Walt Disney Studios Park:

  1. Slinky Dog Zigzag Spin: A gentle ride themed around the Toy Story character, Slinky Dog.
  2. Cars Quatre Roues Rallye: A spinning ride based on Pixar’s Cars film.
  3. Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy: A 4D journey through the world of Ratatouille.
  4. Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop: A gentle drop ride themed around the toy soldiers from Toy Story.

There are also interactive play areas in both parks, as well as numerous shows and parades tailored to young children. Don’t forget to check the daily schedule for showtimes and character appearances.

What are the options for visitors with reduced mobility?

Disneyland Paris strives to make its parks accessible to all visitors. For guests with reduced mobility, there are several options and services available:

  • Attraction access: Many attractions at Disneyland Paris have special entrances for visitors with reduced mobility, allowing for easier access. Some attractions require a transfer from the wheelchair to the attraction, while others can accommodate guests remaining in their wheelchair.
  • Accessibility Card: Visitors with a permanent or temporary disability can request an Accessibility Card for attractions, parades, and shows at each park. This card provides easier access to these experiences.
  • Wheelchair rental: Wheelchairs are available for rent at the park entrances.
  • Show access: Many shows offer special areas for guests with reduced mobility.
  • Accommodation: Disney hotels offer accessible rooms for guests with reduced mobility.
  • Transportation: Free shuttles between hotels and parks are accessible to guests with reduced mobility.
  • Parking: Parking spaces are available near the entrance for visitors with a disability card.

It is recommended to plan ahead and contact Disneyland Paris before your visit to discuss your specific needs and ensure you can make the most of your visit. You can find more information on accessibility at Disneyland Paris on their official website.

Are there any baggage room for personal belongings in the parks?

Yes, Disneyland Paris offers baggage room services for personal belongings. These baggage rooms are located at the entrance of Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park and are available to all park visitors. They are particularly useful if you have bulky or valuable items that you do not want to carry with you all day.

The baggage rooms are typically open during park operating hours. There is a fee for using the baggage rooms, and this fee may vary depending on the size of the locker you require.

Please note that the availability of baggage rooms may vary, and it is always advisable to check the most up-to-date and detailed information on the Disneyland Paris website or by contacting their customer service.

What items are prohibited in Disney parks?

To ensure the safety and comfort of all visitors, Disneyland Paris has a list of items that are prohibited inside the parks. Here are some examples of prohibited items:

  • Weapons of any kind: This includes firearms, knives, and any other object that could be considered a weapon.
  • Alcohol: Alcohol is not permitted inside the parks unless purchased within authorized restaurants or food stands. Drugs: Illegal substances of any kind are strictly prohibited.
  • Glass objects: For safety reasons, glass objects are not allowed.
  • Animals: Animals are not permitted inside the parks except for service dogs for individuals with disabilities.
  • Drones and professional filming equipment: For safety and privacy reasons, drones and other professional filming equipment are not allowed. Strollers larger than 92cm x 132cm: Large strollers may be difficult to maneuver in the park.
  • Wheeled items: This includes roller skates, skateboards, scooters, bicycles, etc.
  • Selfie sticks: Due to a high number of accidents, selfie sticks are now prohibited in the parks of Disneyland Paris.

These rules are subject to change, and there may be other restrictions in place, so it is always advisable to check the official Disneyland Paris website for the latest information before your visit.

How can I meet Disney characters?

Meeting Disney characters is a very fun and memorable part of any visit to Disneyland Paris. Here are some ways to meet your favorite Disney characters:

  1. Character meet-and-greet locations: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park have several designated areas where Disney characters appear at specific times throughout the day to meet visitors and take photos. These meet-and-greet locations are indicated on the park map and in the daily schedule.
  2. Character dining experiences: Some restaurants at Disneyland Paris offer special meals with Disney characters. Characters roam the restaurant, stopping at each table for greetings, autographs, and photos.
  3. Parades and shows: Daily parades and certain shows are excellent opportunities to see many Disney characters at once. Although they typically do not stop for individual photos during these events, it’s still a delightful moment to admire them.
  4. Disney hotels: For those staying at a Disney hotel, there are often characters appearing in the lobby at certain times of the day.

Please note that character availability may vary depending on the day and season. It’s always best to check the daily schedule to see which characters will be present and where they will be.

It’s also worth noting that, due to health precautions, character meet-and-greets may be slightly modified, with remote interactions to ensure the safety of visitors and characters. Therefore, it is recommended to check the latest updates on the official Disneyland Paris website before your visit.

Are there services for babies and young children?

Yes, Disneyland Paris offers several services for babies and young children to make your visit as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

  1. Baby Care Centers: These centers are equipped to meet all your baby’s needs, with changing tables, microwaves for warming bottles and baby food, high chairs, and comfortable sofas for nursing. Baby Care Centers are located in both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
  2. Stroller rental: Strollers are available for rent at the park entrances. This is a great option if you prefer not to bring your own stroller or if your child needs a break.
  3. Baby Switch: This service allows one part of your group to wait with the baby or young child while the other part queues for an attraction. Then, the first part of your group can enjoy the attraction while the second part waits with the baby, without having to queue again.
  4. Children’s menus: Most restaurants at Disneyland Paris offer children’s menus with smaller portions and options tailored to children’s tastes.
  5. Play areas: There are several play areas in the parks where children can let off steam and have fun outside of the attractions.
  6. Workshops and special activities for children: Disneyland Paris regularly offers workshops and activities specially designed for children, such as art and craft workshops, makeup sessions, and more.

All of these services are designed to help you take care of your young children and provide them with a magical experience at Disneyland Paris. For more detailed and up-to-date information on these services, I recommend checking the official Disneyland Paris website.

How does stroller or wheelchair rental work?

Disneyland Paris offers stroller and wheelchair rental services to facilitate visitors’ mobility in the parks.

  1. Stroller rental: If you prefer not to bring your own stroller or if you need one during your visit, you can rent one at Disneyland Paris. Stroller rental is available at the entrance of both parks. There is a fee associated with this service, and the number of strollers is limited, so they are available on a first-come, first-served basis. It’s also important to note that strollers cannot be taken outside of the parks.
  2. Wheelchair rental: Wheelchairs are also available for rental at the park entrances for those who may have difficulty walking. Like strollers, there is a fee for wheelchair rental, and they are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Wheelchairs also cannot be taken outside of the parks.

For both services, it is recommended to arrive early to ensure you can get a stroller or wheelchair, as demand can be high, especially during peak periods. For more detailed and up-to-date information on these services, I recommend checking the official Disneyland Paris website.

What services are available for visitors who do not speak French?

Disneyland Paris welcomes visitors from around the world and therefore offers various services for those who do not speak French:

  1. Multilingual Staff: Many staff members at Disneyland Paris are multilingual and can assist visitors in different languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, German, among others.
  2. Documentation in Multiple Languages: Park guides, restaurant menus, and other important documents are generally available in multiple languages.
  3. Translation of Shows: Some shows and attractions offer audio translation.
  4. Multilingual Phone Assistance: If you need assistance before or after your visit, Disneyland Paris customer service can answer your questions in multiple languages.
  5. Disneyland Paris App: The Disneyland Paris mobile app is available in multiple languages and provides up-to-date information on schedules, attractions, restaurants, and more.

These services make Disneyland Paris accessible and enjoyable for visitors from all regions of the world, regardless of the languages they speak.

What photographic services are available in the parks?

Disneyland Paris offers various photographic services to help you capture your magical memories in the park. Here are some of the services offered:

  1. PhotoPass+: The PhotoPass+ service allows you to obtain all your photos taken in the parks, during character meetings, on certain attractions, as well as photos from portrait sessions, in a high-quality digital format. You can purchase PhotoPass+ online before your visit or in the parks.
  2. Park Photographers: There are professional photographers throughout the park, particularly near character meet-and-greet locations and iconic spots. They can take high-quality photos of your group, which you can then add to your PhotoPass.
  3. Attraction Photos: Some attractions take a photo of you during the ride. These photos can be viewed and purchased at the exit of the attraction and can also be added to your PhotoPass.
  4. Photo Shops: There are several photo shops in the parks where you can purchase your photos and have them printed.

Please note that some of these services may have an additional cost, and it is recommended to check the most up-to-date and detailed information on the Disneyland Paris website.

Hotels and accommodations

Whether you’re considering a luxurious stay at the Disneyland Hotel, a rustic adventure at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, or seeking information on packages and included services, I have everything you need to make your stay at Disneyland Paris a memorable and magical experience.

What hotels are available at Disneyland Paris?

Disneyland Paris offers several on-site hotels that provide easy access to the parks and a variety of accommodation options for all budgets. Here is a list of the hotels currently available (as of 2024):

  1. Disneyland Hotel: This is the most luxurious hotel at Disneyland Paris, located at the entrance of Disneyland Park. It features spacious rooms and suites, restaurants and bars, a fitness center, an indoor pool, and a spa.
  2. Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel: Recently renovated, this hotel is inspired by the Art of Marvel and offers contemporary rooms, two restaurants, a pool, a fitness center, and a tennis court.
  3. Disney’s Newport Bay Club: This New England coastal-style hotel offers comfortable rooms, restaurants, an indoor and outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a picturesque lake.
  4. Disney’s Sequoia Lodge: Inspired by American national parks, this hotel offers rustic rooms, a restaurant, an indoor and outdoor pool, and a fitness center. Disney’s
  5. Hotel Cheyenne: This western-themed hotel offers Far West-style rooms, a restaurant, and a bar.
  6. Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe: This hotel offers rooms inspired by Disney and Pixar’s “Cars” movie, a restaurant, and a bar.
  7. Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch: Located about 15 minutes by car from the parks, this hotel offers independent bungalows with a fully equipped kitchen and living area, as well as an indoor pool with a slide.
  8. Villages Nature Paris: This eco-friendly resort offers apartments and cottages, a large water park, various activities, and restaurants.

Each hotel has its own range of amenities and services, including free transportation to the parks for most of them (except Davy Crockett Ranch and Villages Nature). For more detailed and up-to-date information, it is recommended to check the Disneyland Paris website or my dedicated hotels page.

What are the benefits of staying at a Disney hotel?

Staying at a Disney hotel offers several advantages that can make your visit to Disneyland Paris even more magical:

  1. Proximity to the parks: Disney hotels are very close to the parks. Some are even within a short walking distance, allowing you to easily take a break in your day to rest or refresh.

  2. Extra Magic Hours: By staying at a Disney hotel, you can enter the parks before they open to the general public during certain morning hours. This is a great opportunity to enjoy some attractions with fewer crowds.

  3. Free shuttles: Most Disney hotels offer free shuttles to the parks, making your transportation easier.

  4. Disney Characters: In some hotels, you might have the chance to meet Disney characters.

  5. Disney ambiance: Each hotel has its own unique Disney-themed atmosphere, extending the magic of your visit even after leaving the parks.

  6. Disney services: Disney hotels offer services such as park ticket reservations, restaurant reservations, Disney shopping, and more.

  7. Stay packages: By booking a stay package at a Disney hotel, you can often take advantage of offers that include accommodation, park tickets, and sometimes even meals.

These benefits may vary from hotel to hotel, so it’s recommended to check the details when booking.

What services are included in my hotel stay?

During your stay at a Disney hotel at Disneyland Paris, several services are typically included:

  1. Accommodation: This includes the use of your room or suite, as well as all standard amenities such as toiletries, towels, etc.

  2. Daily housekeeping service: Your room will be cleaned and supplies replenished each day.

  3. Free Wi-Fi: All Disney hotels offer complimentary Wi-Fi access.

  4. Free parking: If you’re staying at a Disney hotel, parking for your vehicle is usually included at no additional charge.

  5. Free shuttles to the parks: Most Disney hotels offer complimentary shuttle service to Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios parks (except for Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch and Villages Nature).

  6. Extra Magic Hours: As a guest of a Disney hotel, you have the privilege of entering the parks before they open to the general public during certain morning hours.

  7. 24-hour front desk: Disney hotels have a 24-hour front desk service where you can get assistance for all your requests or concerns.

  8. Luggage storage: If you arrive before check-in time or depart after check-out time, you can usually leave your luggage at the hotel.

Please note that included services may vary depending on the hotel and the type of room or suite you book. It’s recommended to check the specific details when booking your stay.

Do the hotels offer dining options?

Yes, all Disneyland Paris hotels offer a variety of dining options for their guests.

  • À la carte restaurants and buffets: Each hotel has one or more on-site restaurants offering a variety of menus and cuisines. Some restaurants offer à la carte meals, while others provide buffet-style dining.
  • Breakfast: In most cases, breakfast is not included in the room rate, but it can be added to your reservation for an additional cost. Some stay packages may include breakfast.
  • Bars: The hotels also have bars where you can relax with a drink after a long day in the parks.
  • Room service: Some hotels also offer room service, allowing you to enjoy your meals in the privacy and comfort of your room or suite.

It’s also possible to book meal packages in advance for your stay, which allow you to dine at a selection of restaurants in the parks, hotels, and Disney Village.

Please note that opening hours and available services may vary depending on the hotels and restaurants, so it’s recommended to check this information before your stay.

Food services

Whether you’re looking for vegetarian options, themed restaurants, advance reservations, or details about meal plans, I’ve gathered all the necessary information to satisfy your appetite during your magical visit to Disneyland Paris.

How do restaurant reservations in the park work?

To book a restaurant in the Disneyland Paris parks, you have a few options:

  1. Online reservations: You can make restaurant reservations online via the official Disneyland Paris website. Simply select the restaurant of your choice, the desired date and time, and the number of people. You can check real-time availability and make your reservation in just a few clicks.
  2. Disneyland Paris mobile app: You can also use the official Disneyland Paris mobile app to make restaurant reservations. The app allows you to search and book restaurants, as well as view menus, hours, and information about each establishment.
  3. On-site reservations: If you prefer, you can also go directly to the restaurant of your choice and check availability on-site. However, it’s important to note that seating may be limited, especially during peak times, so it’s recommended to reserve in advance to secure a table.

When making your reservation, you can indicate any special dietary preferences or specific requests, such as allergies or dietary restrictions. It’s recommended to book your restaurants in advance, especially for popular restaurants, as they can fill up quickly, especially during peak periods.

It’s also important to note that some restaurants may require prepayment or specific cancellation conditions, so be sure to carefully read the terms when making your reservation.

For detailed and up-to-date information on restaurant reservations at Disneyland Paris, check the official website or mobile app.

What types of restaurants are available at Disneyland Paris?

Disneyland Paris offers a wide variety of restaurants to cater to all tastes and preferences. Here are some types of restaurants you can find:

  • Quick-service restaurants: These restaurants offer quick and convenient meals, with options such as burgers, pizzas, salads, sandwiches, Asian dishes, and more. They are perfect for a casual break during your day in the parks.
  • Themed restaurants: Disneyland Paris also offers themed restaurants that provide an immersive experience in the Disney universe. For example, the “Blue Lagoon Restaurant” allows you to dine in a tropical atmosphere while watching the boats of Pirates of the Caribbean, and the “Auberge de Cendrillon” offers an enchanted meal in the ambiance of Cinderella’s tale.
  • À la carte restaurants: For those who prefer more refined dining, there are à la carte restaurants offering international cuisine, French cuisine, and other specialties. You can enjoy exquisite dishes in an elegant and romantic setting.
  • Character dining restaurants: These restaurants allow you to meet and take photos with your favorite Disney characters while enjoying a delicious meal. It’s an unforgettable experience for children and Disney fans alike.
  • Dinner show restaurants: Some restaurants offer live entertainment while you dine, adding a touch of entertainment to your culinary experience.
  • Restaurants with park or attraction views: Some restaurants offer panoramic views of the Disneyland parks and Walt Disney Studios or of attractions, allowing you to enjoy your meal while admiring the spectacular views.

There are many other types of restaurants available at Disneyland Paris, catering to all budgets and preferences. It is recommended to check the official Disneyland Paris website or mobile app for the complete list of restaurants, their menus, and locations, as well as to make reservations.

What are the options for people with dietary restrictions?

Disneyland Paris offers several options for people with dietary restrictions, allergies, or specific diets. Here are some of the possibilities:

  • Special menus: In many restaurants at Disneyland Paris, you can request a special menu to meet your specific dietary needs. These menus may include gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, or other options tailored to specific diets.
  • Food allergies: If you have food allergies, you can inform the restaurant staff and they will provide you with information about dishes that may contain the allergens in question. They can also guide you to the safest options for you.
  • Consultation with a chef: If you have particular dietary restrictions or severe allergies, it’s recommended to request to speak with a chef in the restaurant. They can advise you on suitable meal options and ensure that your dietary needs are accommodated.

It’s recommended to inform about your dietary restrictions when booking your stay or to the restaurant staff upon arrival. This will allow the staff to better meet your needs and provide you with a pleasant and safe dining experience at Disneyland Paris.

Should I make reservations in advance to eat at the park restaurants?

It is highly recommended to make advance reservations for dining at the restaurants in Disneyland Paris, especially if you have particular preferences or wish to dine at popular restaurants.

The most popular restaurants can fill up quickly, especially during peak times and weekends. Booking in advance allows you to secure a table and avoid long waits or being turned away at the entrance.

You can make restaurant reservations online via the official Disneyland Paris website or use the mobile app. These platforms allow you to check real-time availability and make reservations in just a few clicks.

However, it is possible to find last-minute availability at some restaurants, especially on weekdays or during less busy seasons. If you haven’t booked in advance, you can still check for availability on-site upon your arrival, but there is no guarantee that there will be available seats.

Reservations do not apply to fast-food establishments in the park.

To fully enjoy your dining experience at Disneyland Paris, it is recommended to book in advance for the restaurants you wish to try.

What are the quick-service dining options in the parks?

Disneyland Paris offers several quick-service dining options in the parks for those looking to grab a quick and convenient meal between attractions. Here are some of the available options:

  1. Quick-service cafeterias: Both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios have several quick-service cafeterias where you can order dishes such as burgers, hot dogs, pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and fries.
  2. Kiosks and food stands: You’ll also find numerous kiosks and food stands scattered throughout the parks, offering snacks such as crepes, ice cream, popcorn, beignets, churros, fresh fruits, and more.
  3. Food Trucks: The parks may also feature seasonal food trucks offering a variety of dishes and snacks, often with special themes.
  4. Kids’ menus: Most quick-service options also offer kids’ menus featuring dishes tailored to their tastes and portions.

It’s important to note that menus and quick-service options may vary depending on the seasons and parks. Therefore, it’s recommended to check the daily program or the Disneyland Paris mobile app to see the dining options available during your visit.

Quick meals are a great way to refuel quickly during your day at Disneyland Paris, allowing you to maximize your time to enjoy the attractions and entertainment.

Is the Click and Collect service free?

Yes, the Click and Collect service is a complimentary service offered to all visitors of Disneyland Paris.

Which restaurants accept Click and Collect?

Currently, 5 restaurants offer the Click and Collect service:

  • Café Hypérion (Discoveryland)
  • Casey’s Corner (Main Street U.S.A)
  • Hakuna Matata (Adventureland)
  • Last Chance Cafe (Frontierland)
  • Restaurant en Coulisse (Walt Disney Studios)
Does my Annual Pass discount work with Click and Collect?

Yes, Annual Pass holders can still benefit from the discount at restaurants even when using the Click and Collect service.


Whether you’re arriving from Paris, local airports, or seeking information about free shuttles or parking, I have all the answers to your questions. My practical and detailed advice will help you optimize your time, so you can focus on the magic of Disneyland Paris.

Where are the Disneyland Paris parks located?

Disneyland Paris is located in Marne-la-Vallée, a town situated in the Île-de-France region, to the east of Paris. The exact address is: Disneyland Paris, 77777 Marne-la-Vallée, France.

It is easily accessible by car, by train (notably via the Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy TGV station, which is in close proximity to the parks), and by shuttles from the Paris airports (Charles de Gaulle, Orly).

What is the nearest train station to Disneyland Paris?

The nearest train station to Disneyland Paris is Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy station. It is located just a few minutes’ walk from the entrances of both Disneyland parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.

Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy station is well served by RER suburban trains (line A) connecting the park to Paris, as well as by high-speed TGV trains that connect Disneyland Paris to several major cities in France and Europe.

How far is Disneyland Paris from Paris?

Disneyland Paris is located approximately 32 kilometers east of the center of Paris. Depending on the mode of transportation, the travel time may vary.

By car, the journey typically takes between 40 minutes and an hour, depending on traffic conditions.

Using public transportation, notably the RER A, you can expect a journey of approximately 35 minutes to an hour between the center of Paris (for example, Châtelet – Les Halles station) and Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy station, which is located right next to Disneyland Paris.

How do I get to the Disney parks from my hotel?

To get to the Disney parks from your hotel, you have several options:

  • Free Disneyland Paris Shuttle: If you are staying at one of the partner hotels, you can take advantage of the free Disneyland Paris shuttle. These shuttles operate every day of the week, between 6:30 AM and 11:00 PM, departing every 12 minutes. You can disembark at any Disneyland Paris hotel or opposite the SNCF station at the entrance of Disney Village.
  • On foot: If you are staying at one of the Disney Hotels (excluding Disney Davy Crockett Ranch and Villages Nature Paris), you can access the parks on foot. Check my dedicated hotels page for more information on travel times.
  • Adapted Shuttles: For visitors with special needs, adapted shuttles are available to get to the parks, except for those staying at Disney Davy Crockett Ranch and Villages Nature Paris.
  • Paid Public Transport Shuttle: For guests staying at Villages Nature Paris, a paid public transport shuttle is available. The journey takes approximately 25 minutes.

Please note that the free shuttles do not serve Disney Davy Crockett Ranch, Villages Nature Paris, or Disneyland Hotel. Make sure to check the schedules and routes in advance to efficiently plan your day.

Is there a train station near the Disney parks?

Yes, Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy station is located in close proximity to Disneyland Paris. It is about a 2-minute walk from the entrances of both parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.

This station is served by the RER line A, which connects the park to Paris, as well as by several high-speed TGV train lines, which connect Disneyland Paris to many French and European cities. Therefore, this station is a convenient option for visitors arriving from Paris or other cities.

Is parking included in the Disneyland Paris admission ticket?

No, the price of parking is not included in the Disneyland Paris admission ticket. Parking is an additional cost that visitors need to consider. Rates vary depending on the type of vehicle and may change, so it is recommended to check the current prices on the official Disneyland Paris website before your visit. Additionally, some special offers or hotel packages may include parking, so it may be helpful to check those options as well.

Where can I park at Disneyland Paris?

You can park at Disneyland Paris in the following locations:

  1. Visitor Parking: Located outside the Disney parks, this is the main parking area for visitors. A flat daily rate applies.
  2. Disney Hotels or Partner Hotels: If you are staying at one of the Disney hotels or partner hotels located near the Disney Parks, parking in the hotel’s parking lot is free. You can then use the free Disneyland Paris shuttle to travel between your hotel and the parks.
  3. Vinci Parking: If you are only visiting the park for a few hours, it may be cost-effective to park at the Vinci Indigo parking lot in Disney Village, which is cheaper than Disney visitor parking.
  4. Outside the park: If you want to save money, you can park outside the park, for example, at the Val d’Europe shopping center parking lot. However, this option will require you to walk about 20 minutes to reach the park.

It is recommended to check the most up-to-date information on the official Disneyland Paris website before planning your visit, as rates and policies may change. It is also worth noting that some stay packages at Disney hotels may include parking, which could result in savings.

How to get to Disneyland Paris from the Paris airports?

There are several ways to get to Disneyland Paris from the Paris airports, namely Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and Orly Airport:

  1. Magical Shuttle Bus: The Magical Shuttle Bus is a direct shuttle service that connects both airports to Disneyland Paris. Tickets can be purchased online or directly from the driver.
  2. RER Train: From Charles de Gaulle Airport, you can take the RER B to Châtelet-Les Halles in Paris, then transfer to the RER A towards Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy, which is the closest station to Disneyland Paris. From Orly Airport, you can take the Orlyval tram to Antony station, then the RER B to Châtelet-Les Halles, and finally the RER A towards Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy.
  3. TGV: Charles de Gaulle Airport has a TGV station. There are direct trains from CDG to Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy station, which is at the doorstep of Disneyland Paris. Taxi or VTC: You can also take a taxi or VTC from the airport, but fares can be quite high, especially during peak hours.
  4. Car Rental: Both airports have car rental agencies if you prefer to drive yourself.

Remember to check the schedules and fares, as they may vary depending on the time and day of the week.