What’s new at Disney Paris?

Disney group has announced a 2 billion-euro ($2.47 billion) investment to expand Disneyland Paris. All in all, three new theme parks have been announced around Marvel superheroes, Frozen and Star Wars, works will start in 2019 for an opening estimated for each zone between 2021 and 2025.

Is Disneyland Paris Open 2021?

After the longest closure in its history due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Disneyland Paris re-opened on 17th June 2021: including Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney Village and a gradual re-opening of the Disney Hotels.

What activities are at Disneyland Paris?

10 Things You Must Do at Disneyland Paris

  • Meet your favourite characters.
  • Admire the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle.
  • Watch Disney Stars on Parade.
  • Take the Studio Tram Tour.
  • Try the amazing rides.

Is Disneyland Paris reopen?

It’s time to live your dreams again as Disneyland® Paris reopens this Thursday, 17 June 2021 with Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios® Park, Disney’s Newport Bay Club Hotel and Disney Village®.

Is Disney Paris fully open?

Disneyland Paris is reopening from 17 June 2021 | Disneyland Paris.

Do and don’ts Disneyland Paris?

The Dos and Don’ts of Disneyland Paris

  • DO: Make the most of FASTPASS.
  • DO: Have a game plan.
  • DO: Ride solo.
  • DON’T: Eat in.
  • DO: Get savvy with the ‘Wait Times Disneyland Paris’ app.
  • DON’T: Underestimate the Parisian weather.
  • DO: Get to the parade early.
  • DON’T: Skip the shows.
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Can you take food into Disney Paris?

Taking in Food and Drink

Contrary to many urban myths, you are, of course, allowed to take your own food and drink into the park, be it a few snacks or some bottles of water. … Those cereal bars, sandwiches and drinks thrown in your backpack are fine!

Which Disneyland Paris park is better for adults?

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.