Disneyland Park is where you’ll want to spend most of your time. It has the fairytale castle, classic characters, and plenty of rides and attractions. Walt Disney Studios Park is much smaller and is one of Disney’s weaker parks, especially while the current refurbishments are taking place.
In this regard, are there 2 Disney parks in Paris?
Disneyland Paris consists of two parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, and a shopping district, Disney Village. Disneyland Park is the park everybody has heard of and expects, and Walt Disney Studios Park has a more general movie making theme – but it’s still very Disney.
Thereof, how far is Disney from the Eiffel Tower?
The distance from Disney Paris to Eiffel Tower is 43km.
Is 1 day enough for Disneyland Paris?
If you’re planning a trip to Disneyland Paris, you’ll need at least one full day at Disneyland Park. But whether you’re planning a vacation from the United States or just a short day-trip from somewhere nearby, fitting the best rides of Disneyland Paris into one day can seem challenging.
Walt Disney Studios is Disneyland Paris’ second theme park designed for teenagers and adults. Its main theme is the cinema and the attractions are even scarier and more thrilling than those in Disneyland Park.
And the studios is certainly worth it, especially if you go for 2 days and if you’ve never been before. I admit you can spend 2 days in the DL-park though with the right strategy you can do everything in the DL-park on 1 day, so it all depends on what your wishes are. But MATM f.e. is certainly worth a studios visit.
Top 10 Attractions for Adults in Disneyland Paris
- The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. …
- Ratatouille: The Adventure. …
- Mickey and the Magician Show. …
- RC Racer. …
- Studio Tram Tour: Behind the Magic. …
- Pirates of the Caribbean. …
- Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain. …
- Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
The concept evolved into the resort’s second theme park, EPCOT Center, which opened in 1982 (renamed EPCOT in 1996).
Disneyland opened July 17, 1955. It was designed and built under the supervision of Walt Disney. Walt Disney World opened on Oct. 1, 1971.
Best: Magic Kingdom
Hands down, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom offers the most magical experience of all of the Orlando theme parks. Guests of all ages, but especially the toddler set, will be able to enjoy a large number of attractions.
Epcot – Epcot is a widely considered to be the most adult theme park of the four at the Walt Disney World Resort, and with good reason. Not only are there attractions here that appeal to adults (Soarin’, Mission: SPACE and Test Track), but the entire World Showcase is full of things for adults to see, taste and do.
If you are just going for the 1 park i would pick the main disney park because there is lots more to do. I’d get a ticket for both parks as well. You can easily swap between the parks and prioritise your must do rides in each. Personally I prefer the main Park.