The best time to visit Disneyland Paris for cheap breaks revealed – with trips from £90pp | The Sun

DISNEYLAND Paris is known as one of the most magical places in the world, but it can also become one of the busiest.

New research has found the best time to visit the theme park for cheap breaks for less than £99pp.

The experts at have found that the quietest day to visit the park this year is October 10.

The date was discovered using a live database of crowd levels and queue times.

However, the quietest day doesn't always mean it will be the cheapest.

The cheapest dates to book appear to be between January and mid-February.

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This doesn't come as a surprise, as this falls right after Christmas and before the February half-term.

The best prices start from £90.25pp and include two nights' stays at a Disney hotel and three-day park tickets.

The deal includes stays at the Davy Crockett Ranch in a Pioneer Cabin, sleeping up to two adults and two kids.

This price is valid on selected Friday arrivals from January 12 to February 2, 2024.

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And, for a limited time, you could get up to €75 Disney spending money (£64) and 12 months of Disney+ subscription, plus ten free prints of your holiday snaps with your booking.

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Once you've decided when to depart, the theme park specialists have also researched the 'must-see' attractions across Disneyland Paris.

Coming up at number one is surprisingly not a ride, but characters meet & greets.

With Ariel and Donald Duck being the most popular characters.

An expert tip to ensure meeting Ariel is to go to the Princess Pavilion or the Auberge de Cendrillon in Fantasyland.

While Donald Duck doesn't have a set place for meet & greets, according to Tripadvisor reviews, the best places to spot him are Fantasyland, Adventureland or the Production Courtyard in the Studios.

Peter Pan's Flight, located in Fantasyland, comes in second.

The idea of this rail-suspended ride is to give you the impression that you are flying above movie locations as you cruise through London rooftops, Neverland, and Captain Hook's ship.

In addition to the rides, shows, and meeting opportunities, parkgoers love Disneyland food.

There are many odd and entertaining things to try, such as Mickey Mouse-shaped waffles and Star Wars-themed snacks.

According to the research, some must-try snacks are Belle’s Enchanted Rose cake pop, Mickey Mouse-shaped doughnuts and Darth Vader-shaped waffles.

Disneyland has also revealed its Halloween party stays with exclusive events and freebies.


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For stays closer to home, Legoland also launched a Halloween party with overnight stays, park entry and freebies from £57pp.

While Haven has cheap October half-term and Halloween stays from £8pp a night.

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