Disneyland Paris 2017 | Day 3

I visited Disneyland Paris from 7th – 9th December 2017. If you haven’t already, have a read of Day 1 and Day 2.


On our final day (9th December) we took our bags straight to the baggage hold in our hotel and headed straight for Disney studios.

If you are staying at a Disney hotel you are able to enter the park before opening time. Staff will let you know the times when you check in.

We didn’t get to the park super early, but we did get there before the main opening time. We thought we would take advantage and get in the queue for Crush’s Coaster. The queue was already about 50mins before opening time, but it was worth it and my sister really enjoyed this one. After Crush’s Coaster we headed over to Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster, it was only a ten-minute wait so I went on that whilst my Mum stayed with my Sister, as she wasn’t big enough. We then watched the Moteurs…Action! Stunt Show. Afterwards, we wanted a quick snack so we stopped at a stall and got a doughnut and hot chocolate.

The rest of the day we spent in the main Disneyland park. Bearing in mind we were leaving mid-afternoon to head back to Paris Gare Du Nord. I really wanted to go on Hyperspace Mountain as it was closed the previous days we were there, but the queue was incredibly long and the fast pass times were for the evening. The whole park was really busy and we ended up having a wander around the shops on main street.

Disney Village Rainforest Cafe

Once we had decided we didn’t want to go on any more rides, we headed to somewhere to eat. We settled on the Rainforest Cafe in Disney Village. They sell a good variety of food and the theming in the restaurant is great for children. There was quite a queue to be seated but this was to be expected as the park itself was busy.


Travelling back to the UK from Disney

If you read my Day 1 post, we did that exact same journey in reverse. When you go to Marne-la-Vallée station to get the tickets it is a little bit confusing as you don’t need to choose a specific destination. We just purchased tickets to Paris and this worked on the A train and the Metro. Once you have done the journey it is really simple, but it can be a little confusing to work out at first. When you return back to Gare-Du-Nord it can be really difficult trying to find the Eurostar check-in, the Eurostar section is upstairs and the signs are fairly hidden in my opinion. There are escalators at the main entrance of the station that takes you up to Eurostar.


Overall it was a really good break and the journey is fairly pain free travelling by Eurostar. Disney trips can end up pretty expensive so keep an eye out for special deals!


Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed my Disney posts!

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