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advice please on euro dsisney paris; anyone who has been??

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mindermummy Sat 15-Aug-09 20:56:58

We wnat to go next year and my son and daughter will be 5 and half and 3 yrs 4 monthsMy partner thinks there too young to really enjoy it???? i dont???

A few questions i would like to know if anyone can answer any...thanks so much

1, are they too young..should we wait a while

2, whats best place to book and roughly how much have you paid?

3 Would 3 yr old get on many rides??

4. does the euro star/tunnel go direct? is there travling other side??

many thanks

OldDoe Sat 15-Aug-09 22:45:20

They would enjoy it but......

to really get your money's worth from the park, i would leave it for another year or two. There are plenty of rides they could go on but to be honest, they're the kind of rides you could easily find to go on in the UK.

Also, the firework display over the castle is very, very late and for very little children, it can be too much too late and not the charming experience you might hope for.

If you've got the dosh, stay in the Disney Hotel itself - straight in and out of the park with no walking/buses to mither about.

junglist1 Sun 16-Aug-09 14:57:05

My boy was 3 and there were lots of rides for him, but he's a little geezer who isn't scared of anything. In Fantasyland rides that you sit and just go slowly are OK apart from snow white because of the witch (my boy loved it it depends on the child). There are a few boat rides that would be fine. They'd love the characters. I agree with staying in a Disney hotel if poss we stayed at Cheyenne and it was great apart from over crowded breakfast times.

mindermummy Tue 18-Aug-09 10:39:42

Thanks for advice , still cant decide!!!!LOL

Any other advice will still read thanks.xxxx

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