Traveling to Disneyland Paris could get more complicated for international guests starting next year.
Disneyland Paris is, for many, the most beautiful Disney park in the world. With unique versions of beloved attractions such as Phantom Manor, Big Thunder Mountain and Hyperspace Mountain, dozens of characters to meet guests of all ages, and world-class entertainment, it’s easy to see why Parisian Park is so popular It’s not difficult. A fan favorite.
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Like Disneyland Resort in the United States and Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Paris welcomes millions of guests from around the world each year, becoming a globally inclusive and diverse brand. We are strengthening our company’s efforts. However, traveling to Disneyland Paris could get more complicated for international guests starting next year.
Recently, there has been much debate about the continuity of Eurostar train services, linking London and Disneyland Paris with a modern route that travels from St Pancras International Station in London to Marne-la-Vallée, just a short distance from Disneyland. was. Paris in less than 3 hours.
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The route resumed operations earlier this year after being temporarily suspended due to the global COVID pandemic. However, it seems that the service will be stopped indefinitely now.
There has been much debate online that Eurostar has made the difficult decision to suspend direct train service to Disneyland Paris for the summer of 2023, with the last service allegedly running on June 5, 2023. increase. Also, there are no tickets still unsold past the specified date, and there are no issues with bookings for current customers.
The decision will reportedly only apply to 2023, with the company planning to reconsider its options for the following year, 2024. Inside the Magic has reached out to Eurostar to confirm this news. The company responded by monitoring its website for updates.
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At the time of this article’s publication, Eurostar’s official website has not been updated with a statement regarding this important change to the company’s services.
The Eurostar website describes services to Disneyland Paris as follows:
Eurostar to Disneyland® Paris
take a train Disneyland® Paris A great way for the whole family to get closer to the magic of Disney.and our direct service Take the train to Disneyland® Paris – in fact, to the park gates – just 2 hours 49 minutesThe Eurostar goes direct to the park during popular times such as school holidays and public holidays.
Eurostar to Disneyland® Paris is the most comfortable way to get to the parks and make sure the magic starts right at the beginning of your trip.our train is leaving London St Pancras Internationali will whip you all the way Marne-la-Vallee Located just steps from the park. With plenty of legroom and space to relax, our seats are designed for a more comfortable journey. Choose your own seat for free when you book and find your perfect spot with extra luggage space, tables for family and friends, and a baby changing area. And with a luggage allowance of two for him, there’s plenty of room to pack Disney souvenirs for the whole family.
When you book your ticket, of course you’ll want to know the best time to travel from London to Disneyland Paris®. The great news is that the park is open all year round. This means you can choose between short or long breaks. Both are known to be full of magic. If you want to avoid the crowds, head to the park midweek, especially mid-January to mid-March and mid-April to mid-May.
Learn more about Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris is now celebrating its 30th anniversary and is offering guests buckets of Disney magic at Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park and Disney Village. Guests can also enjoy Disney D-Light (a drone pre-show of the Disney Illumination Fireworks) and new shows such as the characters Cavalcade His Dreams… and Shine Brighter. In front of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle! Mickey and the Magician also made a grand return as part of the park’s 30th anniversary celebration.
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