Euro Disney

Courtesy of the American Spouses’ of Brunssum Travel Information Guide

A trip to Euro Disney

“We purchased our Thalys train tickets for EuroDisney at the Aachen train station, but here is the German train website in case:

The time was 3 hrs 11 minutes. Once at the Paris Station, we purchased tickets to get to Disney (about 45 minutes). I don’t remember the prices. We bought 3-day passes because we came into town for a day. Make sure that the people know the tickets MUST go all the way to Disney, or they will fine you upon arrival.

We booked our hotel and park tickets through Disney direct. Here is the website for checking packages: I looked at this and then called the NL phone line at 0900 34 76 39 65. Our package was around €600 to stay 3 nights and 4 park days for 2 adults and one child. However, this was a couple of deals stacked and the weather was fantastic!

The hotel was the Sequoia Lodge, but you can choose whichever one is best on the website. We did the character dining at Café Mickey, which ran about €100 for 3 people, but was like dinner and a show with 8 characters, dancing in the aisles and huge amounts of food. That I highly recommend.

We also ate at Rainforest Café (good as usual) and Annette’s Diner a couple of times. That was a 50’s style grill and was REALLY yummy! The hotel rooms were the most like American hotel rooms I’ve seen since being in Europe with 2 double beds in each, TV, table and chairs. Breakfast was included also. There is a lot to do in the parks and at Disney Village. We also took the train into the city for a day. Disney offers tour buses but they are very expensive and the metro system is easy to figure out. You can get a map with your tickets upon purchase.
The hotels offer character photos and gift shops and swimming.

We saw Jim Morrison’s grave on this trip. It was cool….”

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