parking at or near disney info required

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  1. jaygee

    jaygee Funster

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    we are thinking of calling in at Paris Disney on our way home.
    Can anyone recommend where we can park. Don't need electric etc and as we will be in the park all day just need parking spot cheapest possible?
    Too much to hope that we'd be able to park in the Disney car park overnight I expect!
     
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    You can park overnight at Disney.
     
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    Go straight to Disney.. YES you can park overnight.. No problems, loads of people do it..
    We even parked outside the night before and slept there :Rofl1:



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    We have used it a few times and ideal for visiting Disney and you can even park there and get train into paris.

    If parking at disney there is a petrol station mini market just outside loads cheaper than buying stuff in disney
     
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    I believe the price has now gone up to 20euros for parking
     
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    Its free if you have the annual pass.
     
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    Yes you are allowed to overnight in the car park we did it last month just as a aire on the way home, there's a place that is for motorhomes only, it has water and toilets, and no EHU. Be aware (and they will stress it when you arrive) the 20euro's is per day not night, that's 12 midnight to 12 midnight, We only stayed the night and left at 7:30, if you want to stay you need to pay again in the morning before you go in, Also at about 3:00am they clean the car park with the noisiest sweeper they can find:Eeek:.
     
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    Thanks to all who replied.:thanks2:
    We did park here - it cost 20E we arrived at 9.30am and left at 10am the next day.
    The campers are all parked in one area and you can use the toilets and showers in the coach drivers building. :thumb:
    I would point out - as has already been said - they clean the car park during the night for about 3 hrs!! A VERY noisy lorry drives around all the car parks cleaning the surfaces, very hard to sleep through this unless you've got ear plugs.I've no idea why they do this as this time of year the car parks were only 1/4 full. :thumbdown:
    Also the music that blares out of the tannoy system on the walkway through the car parks to the park and could be heard all over the car parks was still going at 2am, again no idea why as everybody had gone home by then as park closes at 6pm. At 7am it started again with repeated instructions for parking - up shot is I now know how to say "Hello and welcome to Disney Park Paris. Be sure to take all your belongings with you and remember the parking area that you left your vehicle in" in French having listened to it for 2 hrs!!!! :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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