Disneyland Paris is a very special place for me. Whenever I go there I just feel I’m where I’m supposed to be; the sights, sounds, people around me – it’s all just perfect. Hopefully I’ll work there one day, as for now going on the trips when it’s possible will have to suffice. With this post I would like to show some things that hold a special place in my heart at DLP.
Once you see this sign it means your day is going to be magical.
The gorgeous Disneyland Hotel. Without the crane…
…and with the crane.
I mean, I know I may be a little boring with that Disneyland praise, but where else will you see an advert for hot dogs this elegant?
Can you spot the penguins from Mary Poppins? It’s one of my favourite character locations and during spring season (called Swing into Spring) it’s just incredibly beautiful.
City Hall, which is situated on the right side as you enter, is one of the first buildings in the park. What’s next? Main Street U.S.A. also known as (in my own world at least) as the dream neighbourood. Below you can see pictures from spring and autumn.
And THE CASTLE. Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant.
During autumn it looks like this!
One of the most magical attractions, Peter Pan’s Flight.Last time I went on it four times during one day and I intend to break this record next time I’ll be there.
It’s a Small World and the DUCKS!
Y0-ho, yo-ho, a pirate’s life for me!
In the princess meet and greet location you can see castles from the fairytales on windows just like this one.
The entrance to the other park, Walt Disney Studios.
You can fly, you can fly!
Probably my favourite attraction in the Studios: The Hollywood Tower of Terror! I’m so glad they are not going to update it like in DLR.
For the last picture I chose a very unique location: very Parisian Ratatouille attraction, with accordingly themed shop and restaurant.
Thank you for reading,