Visitor InformationDisneyland Paris Guest Relations Office, located in City Hall on Main Street, U.S.A. (; tel. 08-25-30-05-00 at .15€/min). For general tourist information for the region, visit the Centre d’Acceuil Regionale de Tourisme between the train station and Disney Village (; tel. 01-60-43-33-33).

Tickets — Admission varies depending on the season. In peak season, a 1-day, 1-park ticket (for either the main park or Walt Disney Studios) costs about 69€ adults, 62€ children ages 3–11, and free for children 2 and under; a 2-day park-hopper ticket is 140€ adults, 126€ kids; and a 3-day park-hopper ticket is around 174€ adults, 159€ kids. Special offers throughout the year can include transportation to and from Paris; check the website for details.

Hours — Hours vary throughout the year, but most frequently they are 10am to 7pm. Check the website for exact hours during your stay.


Tips for Beating Long Lines

Disneyland Paris has instituted a program that’s worked well at the other parks. With the FastPass system, visitors reserve a 1-hour time block at various rides by printing a fast pass from the machine at the entrance to the attraction. Within that block, the wait is usually no more than 8 minutes. See the website for details. Other than that, if you’re doing both parks in the same day (and you should), start with the Studios park at 10am opening. Most people rush to the main park first, so you can usually waltz onto the popular rides without waiting. Stay here for an early lunch too (it’ll be less crowded), then zip over to the main park and max out the FastPass. If you’re not concerned about seeing the parade (usually 5 pm on Main Street), this is a good time to do the big attractions too, when people desert the lines to watch the characters waving on their ornate floats.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.