Are you ready to embark on a journey filled with enchantment, laughter, and a sprinkle of pixie dust?
Well, look no further than Disneyland Paris!
Nestled in the heart of Europe, this magical realm promises unforgettable adventures and memories to last a lifetime. But before you don your Mickey ears and pack your bags, one question remains: “How much does it cost to go to Disneyland Paris?”
In this article, we’ll take a detailed look at all of the costs of visiting Disneyland Paris, exploring the different expenses you’re likely to incur and offering tips on how to make the most of your budget while still having a magical time at this beloved theme park. So, hold onto your Mickey ears, and let’s break down how much it will cost to visit this beloved theme park.
Now before I get started, I just want to let you know that there really isn’t a specific price that you should expect to pay because everyone’s budget and travel style is different.
Therefore, I’ll try to average out how much you really should expect to pack in every aspect of a Disneyland Paris (DLP) visit.
And as a baseline, I’ll use a family of four (2 adults and 2 children).
Total Disneyland Paris Costs (to save you some time)
This is how much you should expect to pay staying at the Disney Hotel New York The Art of Marvel for a 3-Day 2-Night visit for a family of four (2 adults and 2 children):
- Park Tickets and Hotel Package: $2,238
- Food and Drinks:
- Transportation: $98
2-Night Total Cost Example =
*For this example, I set the transportation to go from CDG Airport to DLP to Paris.
Best Time to Visit Disneyland Paris
The best time to go to Disneyland Paris is January and March if you want to avoid crowds and pay lower prices on park tickets and hotel rates.
During this time, park tickets will be and crowd levels will be low and manageable.
The bustiest time of the year to visit Disneyland Paris is during the summer, more specifically July and August.
If you want to avoid ran, then May is by far the worst and wettest month to visit.
Disneyland Paris Park Tickets
Disneyland Paris offers a variety of ticket options, catering to different lengths of stay and budgets. Whether you’re planning a single-day blitz or a week-long adventure, there’s a ticket that suits your needs.
Disneyland Paris, just like Disneyland and Disney World, uses a date-based pricing system for their tickets meaning that the ticket price fluctuates depending on the day or time of year.
It’s also recommended to purchase tickets online in advanced because it’s cheaper than at the gate.
There are two parks to choose from – Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
Both of these parks cost the same to visit so it totally depends on your likes and preferences if you only wanted to do one park.
Disneyland Park is your iconic Disney park where iconic Disney tales and Star Wars legend are brought to life while Walt Disney Studios Park features the break-taking worlds of Disney, Pixar, and Marvel.
If it were up to me, it’s 100% worth it to do both parks, especially with the opening of Avengers Campus at Walt Disney Studios Park.
Here’s how much undated tickets to Disneyland Paris costs (adult ages 12+ and child ages 3-11):
- 1-Day 1-Park undated = $124.96 per adult and $115.43 per child
- 1-Day 2-Park undated = $154.71 per adult and $145.19 per child
Here’s how much dated tickets to Disneyland Paris costs:
- 1-Day 1-Park dated ticket ranges from $66.64 to $124.96 per adult and $61.88 to $115.43 per child
- 1-Day 2-Park dated ticket ranges from $96.39 to $154.71 per adult and $91.63 to $145.19 per child
Dated tickets are the only ones offered if you plan to visit the parks for 1 to 4 days.
Starting prices per day for dated multi-day tickets are as follows:
- 2 Days = $84.50 per day
- 3 Days = $79.73 per day
- 4 Days = $70.21 per day
How much does Premier Access cost?
Premier Access is a pad service that you can add on to your park ticket that allows you to skip the regular queue for some of Disneyland Paris’ and Walt Disney Studios’ most popular attractions.
There are currently two options – Disney Premier Access Ultimate and Disney Premier Access One.
Disney Premier Access Ultimate lets you join the fast lane at every eligible attraction whenever you want with no time slots. Can only be used once per ride. This option lets you pay a flat fee to get entrance to all of the eligible attractions.
Disney Premier Access One lets you join the fast lane at the next available time slot. Can only be used once per ride. This closely resembles the Individual Lighting Lane portion of Genie+ currently used at Disney World and Disneyland. With Premier Access One, you have to pay for certain rides a la carte.
Here’s how much Premier Access costs at Disneyland Paris:
- Ultimate = starts from €9 to €190 per guest
- One = attractions range from €5 to €13 per guest
Reserved Show Seats
Here’s how much it costs to purchase guaranteed entry to both The Lion King show and Mickey and the Magician:
- The Lion King = $17.85 per person
- Mickey and the Magician = $11.90 to 17.85 per person
Disneyland Paris Hotel Prices
As you step into Disneyland Paris, the magic doesn’t stop at the park gates. With a selection of official Disney hotels, your experience is elevated from delightful to downright dreamy. Picture cozy accommodations, whimsical theming, and the convenience of being just steps away from the magic. From the luxurious Disneyland Hotel, fit for royalty, to the charmingly themed Santa Fe, there’s a place for every budget and hotel preference.
Currently, you have to stay a minimum of 2 nights to book these Disney hotels on the official DLP website. Plus, each stay will be packaged and priced-in with park tickets automatically.
Here’s how much you should expect to pay for a 3-day, 2-night stay on average at every official Disney hotel for a family of four (2 adults and 2 children):
- Disney Hotel New York The Art of Marvel = $2,237
- Disney Newport Bay Club = $1,807
- Disney Sequoia Lodge = $1,721
- Disney Hotel Cheyenne = $1,598
- Disney Hotel Santa Fe = $1,516
- Disney Davy Crockett Ranch = $1,414
- Disneyland Hotel = N/A
*These total prices include the cost of 3-Day park tickets.
Disneyland Paris Food
From quick-service spots where you can grab a Mickey-shaped pretzel or a hearty burger, to table-service restaurants where you can savor delectable French cuisine or enjoy character dining experiences, the choices are endless.
While dining inside both parks can be magical, there are also plenty of options outside the gates to suit different budgets, including nearby shopping centers and quaint bistros.
Here’s how much on average you should pay per meal:
- Quick Service = $49 per adult and $32 per child
- Table Service = $17.41 per person
- Snacks = $6 per snack
Disneyland Paris also offers a Meal Plan that guests can add to their Hotel + Ticket package.
There are 3 different Disney Meal Plans to choose from:
- Extra Plus
Getting to Disneyland Paris
There are four ways to get to Disneyland Paris that doesn’t involve driving or renting a car – Uber, taxi, train, and shuttle bus.
Here’s a quick breakdown of how much it’ll cost to get to Disneyland Paris from the airport:
- Train from airport = $19 per person each way
- Uber from airport = $81 to $91 on average
- Magical Shuttle from airport = $26.10 per person (one way)
- Taxi from airport = $90 to $120 on average
Here’s a quick breakdown of how much it’ll cost to get to Disneyland Paris from Paris’ city center:
- RER Train from Paris = $5.44 per person
- Uber from Paris = $70 to $74 on average
- Disneyland Paris Express Shuttle from Paris = $59.50 per person
- Taxi from Paris = $74 to $97 on average
If saving money is the ultimate goal, then taking the train is the only way to go.
Disneyland Paris is a magical destination that offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience for visitors of all ages.
While the cost of admission, hotels, and food can seem daunting, with careful planning and budgeting, it’s possible to enjoy the magic without breaking the bank.
By choosing the right time to visit, taking advantage of promotions and discounts, and making smart choices when it comes to dining and accommodations, you can have an unforgettable time at Disneyland Paris without sacrificing your financial stability.
So, whether you’re a die-hard Disney fan or a first-time visitor, we hope this guide has provided you with useful insights and tips to help you make the most of your budget and have a truly magical experience at Disneyland Paris!
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