Euro Disney Aire

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  1. Ramblebamble

    Ramblebamble Deleted User

    Hi has anyone stayed in a Euro Disney Aire? can you tell us how far it is away from the main gate, have a little one and not sure whether to take his buggy or if he could walk it?
     
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    Hi

    motorhome parking is right beside the main gate , but it's a big park and a fair walk for a little one.. take the buggy :Smile:
     
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    Hi.We were there last week.It costs 13 euros per night to park there.It is a massive area with loads of room to park.It is quite a way to the main gate but it is all under cover and you can ride on escalators almost all the way.You can get the train to Paris for I think 10 euros.Wish we were still there:cry:
     
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    It not really an aire, but the main car park. When you go through the payment booths you cannot really miss it as there will be a lot of other motorhomes parked there.

    You can dump your black and grey waste and get fresh water if you go through into the coach park. Toilets and showers are in the coach drivers building. You are not supposed to be use them but the rules don't apply as it is France.:Smile::Smile:

    Derek
     
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    Its a good ten minute walk, even using the moving walkways. Take the pushchair you will need it. The walk down main street and then into the parks and you will cover a few miles on foot during the course of the day, on the way back you will all be fighting to sit in that pushchair:BigGrin:
     
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    The leaflet we had (gives the date you have paid until) when we were there a few weeks ago stated you can use the coach drivers facilities between April and October.

    The motorhome park is marked on the map on the leaflet and signposted. You can't miss it.

    We paid for the first night and didn't see anyone to pay for the other two nights and there are no barriers to go through on the way out either.

    You can go into the Disney village as well without going into the park itself so there are restaurants available and a cinema if you want.
     
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    You're supposed to display the receipt on your windscreen, and do a lap the next day to go through the toll booth to pay again.
    They used to give free parking if you bought an annual pass, which broke even at about 3 days usage. Handy if you are going for a week.
    Definately take the buggy or hire one on main street. Dont take food or drink in unless you want it confiscated, they do a bag check now just after the train station and before the toll booths, this used to be voluntary until the mad mullahs moved in.
     
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    The voucher was in the windscreen.

    They left one on the last day asking you to go back to the booth. Seeing as it was closed by the time we got out of the park to see the request it wasn't possible, and as I said there wasn't a booth on the exit.

    Wasn't going to mess about trying to pay when we had a campsite to reach that evening.

    If they really want people to pay then they would be better off having people either paying for X nights when they arrive (I did ask and was told it was not possible) or come around when the park is closed and people may be about.

    They still do the annual pass free parking, but as we have no plans to return this year it wasn't financially worth while.
     
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