France, done up to look like a typical Parisian neighborhood with a one-tenth replica of the upper stretch of the Eiffel Tower in the simulated distance (you can’t go up it), is popular mostly for its food, though the street act Serveur Amusant, an acrobat who does handstands on stacked chairs, is thrilling. Disney allowed Guerlain and Givenchy to open fragrance shops at Plume et Palette—turns out the smell of selling out is just like Shalimar.
Influences: Various Belle Epoque Parisian and provincial streets; Château de Fontainbleu (the Palais du Cinema); the former Pont des Arts in Paris (the bridge to the United Kingdom).
Fun Stuff to Buy: The cheesiest souvenirs ($10 5-in. Eiffel Towers) are available in Les Halles at Boutique de Cadeaux. Across the lane, in L’Esprit de la Provence, a kitchen shop, wooden spoons are $7 and patterned oven mitts are $12. Aux Vins de France sells wine tastings for $6.50 to $13, Epcot wine classes for $35, and bottles for much more than in Germany or Italy.