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A Day in Disneyland in France

There is a place in Europe where dreams come true. Fairy tales come to life, and wishes come true. A paradise on Earth, which for 25 years allows us to get a little taste of what we dreamed of when we were young. The favorite place of children and also of adults. I talk about the huge European but also the global attraction of Disneyland in France. From the most popular tourist attraction poles in France, after the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre Museum, Disneyland is home to an estimated 13.4 million people a year. It is an artistic blockbuster based on the films and fairy tales of Walt Disney.
A magical area of 19.400 square kilometers, with a huge number of themed roller coasters, cinemas, shops, parks, and hotels to cover it. There is, of course, the Disneyland in L.A. that, according to some, is better, and I will not compare them. However, in France, apart from Disneyland, you have so many other attractions to explore that I believe it is worth a visit. Even if you don’t have young kids in your company, Disneyland will blow your mind. So if you traveled all the way to France and had a whole day to spend at Disneyland, how would you make the most of it? Follow me until the end of the article if you are a true fan of the great magical world of Disney, and I promise to show you the best way.

  1. Start the day early
    The temptations you encounter in a place like Disneyland are countless, and so are the visitors. The earlier you decide to start your day, the fewer visitors you will meet when entering the park and on the roller coasters, while you will have more time to dedicate and capture images from this unique place.
  2. The roller coasters you’ll enjoy
    If it’s your first visit to Disneyland, you should definitely board the Disneyland Railroad – Grand Circle Tour. You will enjoy a 14-minute walk. You’ll see some of the park’s prettiest sights through the comfy carriages. By all means, even if it will be the only thing you will do, experience the suspense and peak your adrenaline in Pirates of the Caribbean. This is the most famous roller coaster in the park and is possibly the most famous attraction that the park has to offer.
  3. The castles you’ll see
    The beauty of the park lies in the fact that it has managed to create a fantastic world so successful that just visiting it immerses you in the magic of fairy tales. The castles that decorate the park, which you can visit, raise the requirements and are, in any case, some of the attractions worth seeing. The castle of beautiful sleeping and that of Queen Aurora are solid examples of what I am talking about.
  4. Where to eat
    Carthay Circle Restaurant and Lounge is the place you want to eat when you’re at Disneyland. Beautifully landscaped space in a retro style that does not lag in elegance and taste. It retains the element of the park, and despite the shine and excellent aesthetics, it does not miss the magic that the visitor is looking for.
    Remember to book a hotel in Disneyland so that you can enjoy every little aspect of the park. All of these hotels are lovely and will be in your mind for a long time. Whatever the purpose of your visit, make sure to gain memories, moments, and emotions that you will never be able to forget. Some may consider Disneyland yet another theme park with some very impressive exhibits, but the truth is different. It is a bright world built in a beautiful city, remote from problems. It’s the magical world of Disneyland.

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Anna Siampani
Anna Siampani, Lifestyle Editorial Director at the CEOWORLD magazine, working with reporters covering the luxury travel, high-end fashion, hospitality, and lifestyle industries. As lifestyle editorial director, Anna oversees CEOWORLD magazine's daily digital editorial operations, editing and writing features, essays, news, and other content, in addition to editing the magazine's cover stories, astrology pages, and more. You can reach Anna by mail at