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Are there any travel agencies in Poland that offer Disneyland Paris packages?


matt11970 1 | 1
9 Oct 2013 #1
Hi everyone,
I and my wife are planning to take our only son to disneyland paris for his 3rd birthday which falls in early january and we'll be spending like 5 days there.

I'd like to know if anybody has visited disneyland paris in january probably in the 1st 2 weeks of the new year.
Because I am very curious with the weather in january,will it be a good time to visit the place?
Would we be able to experience all the attractions in disney studios/parks in this 5 days of our visit?
What is the easiest way to get there from poland?
Is there any travel agency in poland that have disneyland paris packages?

Lastly,how much will it cost three of us to go for this birthday
holiday from poland to disneyland paris?

Regards.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
9 Oct 2013 #2
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Polson 5 | 1,770
9 Oct 2013 #3
I'd like to know if anybody has visited disneyland paris in january probably in the 1st 2 weeks of the new year.

I live quite close, I've been there a few times, mostly in November/December. It was cold and grey, but who cares when you're a kid and see Mickey for real for the very first time ;)

Like in Poland, January usually is the coldest month, but still generally 'warmer' than in Poland. Not the same climate. I'd say about +5°C on average. It rarely snows.

Would we be able to experience all the attractions in disney studios/parks in this 5 days of our visit?

You really want to do all of them?
But yes, 5 days should actually be more than enough. And expensive. I think you can do many of the attractions in 1 or 2 days. If I remember well, the Studios are not that big. Unless they added new stuff since last time I went.

You better save some money and visit Paris a bit. I mean you probably don't need to spend more than 2-3 days in Disneyland. IMO.

Lastly,how much will it cost three of us to go for this birthday
holiday from poland to disneyland paris?

Talking about the travel costs only? Or the whole trip?
OP matt11970 1 | 1
9 Oct 2013 #4
Talking about the travel costs only? Or the whole trip?[/quote]
Thank you for your response.
Yes,I'd like to have an idea how much the whole trip will probably cost.

You really want to do all of them?
But yes, 5 days should actually be more than enough. And expensive. I think you can do many of the attractions in 1 or 2 days. If I remember well, the Studios are not that big. Unless they added new stuff since last time I went.
You better save some money and visit Paris a bit. I mean you probably don't need to spend more than 2-3 days in Disneyland. IMO.

So you mean we should just book a hotel for 2 nights/3 days at disney hotels and the book another 2-3 nights at hotel in paris or how do we go about visiting disneyland for 2-3 days and also visiting paris for 2-3 days.

But my aim of taking them there is just for my son to have a splendid birthday away from home and see live "myszka mickey".I think he'd be happy to see all the attractions there.He'd be the one to decide how long we are going to stay there though.But your advice is greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

I think they will have to fix their issues before january.
Julien_fr 7 | 15
9 Oct 2013 #5
I live in Paris, I will give you my personal thoughts.

Firstly, 5 days at Disneyland is way too much. I would say, 2 days is enough to do the main attractions - even twice - and have a global overview of the park. After 2 days, you will feel bored to be at the same place again and again.

To reach Disneyland, it's quite easy actually. You have what we call "RER" - express suburban trains - that allows you to reach the park from anywhere in Paris.

If I were you, I would stay in the West of Paris - not in Paris, it's very expensive - but in a nice city like Vincennes for example. In this city, you have RER station that allows you to go to Disneyland and also a subway stations to reach the centre in Paris in 15 minutes. Consequently, you will have the opportunity to go to Disneyland for two days and then spend the rest of your time sightseeing in Paris.

For the weather, it could be anything. You can have snow, sunny days, rainy days, cloudy days ... it really depends. I would say it's quite cold - at least for me - from 5 degrees during the day and 0 or -5 degrees in the morning. Sometimes you have days where temperatures can drop until minus 10. But it would last a couple of days only.

Regarding the cost, it depends on your standard.

Transportation flights : 100€ x 3 with a low cost company such as easyjet. No luggages, be careful.
Hotel : between 50€ and 100€ per day for a standard hotel outside Paris x 5
Transportation : RER/Subway tickets : 35€ x 3 for one week unlimited utilization
Food : Really depends
Disneyland entry tickets : check the website
johnb121 4 | 184
9 Oct 2013 #6
Two thoughts - first, I looked on the park website and got a price of £700 for four nights at the Disney Cheyenne Hotel and including breakfast and dinner plus tickets for 5 days at the park. If you got a deal like that you could spend some adult time in Paris and still finish your day in Disneyland.

Second, a piece of wisdom I read many years ago - if your intention is to take your kids to a Disney park to see their little faces light up - don't. There's a good chance Mickey Mouse will scare the crap out of them (if not him, then one of the other characters) abd your 3 year-old will quickly become tired, grumpy and cold plus bored bored bored with all the time in queues
gumishu 11 | 5,696
9 Oct 2013 #7
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delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
9 Oct 2013 #8
Second, a piece of wisdom I read many years ago - if your intention is to take your kids to a Disney park to see their little faces light up - don't. There's a good chance Mickey Mouse will scare the crap out of them (if not him, then one of the other characters) abd your 3 year-old will quickly become tired, grumpy and cold plus bored bored bored with all the time in queues

Having been there myself (as a teenager on a school trip, which led to vast amounts of mischief making...) - I strongly agree with this. It's not a place for a 3 year old - it's too big and overwhelming. I was quite amazed at the scale of the place - but that was as a know-it-all teenager. It would be best to leave it until the kid has started school - they will be just as impressed, but they're also not so likely to be intimidated by the sheer scale of it.
Julien_fr 7 | 15
9 Oct 2013 #9
Good point on the 3 years old kid.

I think most of the best attractions (i.e. "dangerous" and exciting) will be forbidden for a kid that age.
johnb121 4 | 184
9 Oct 2013 #10
Absolutely - so days spent queuing for the three of you to go on the most boring rides in the park :(


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