Disneyland Paris a bargain done right (1 Viewer)

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Information about staying at Disneyland Paris in you motorhome. You park on the coach park and there are showers and toilets no electric. It states no generators but if you move away from the others and have a quiet genny you can get away with it. I believe its €30 a night parking. We would use it as a break on our way to Austria to go skiing. A bit dear you would think , but not if you buy Annual passports.
To book annual passes is www.DisneylandParis.fr/pa The 365 day Dream pass is €209 each this includes parking. The 320 day Fantasy pass is €169 each this includes parking. There is also a pass for 280 days at €129 no parking included. So if one in the group buys a pass which includes parking normally €30 a day for motorhomes big savings can be made. Example a Four night ticket for the price of three for two people aged over 12 years is €338. Say five days parking €150 total €488 , Two Fantasy annual passes which include parking stay as long as you like €338. The dream pass allows access over the dearest periods Xmas and Easter etc. So happy booking
Also another place is Europa park in Rust Germany, it has motorhome parking with EHU. Very nice at Xmas but the huge roller coasters are not used. Don’t know prices.
 

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Have had a fantasy pass for years. I use the free parking and catch the train from Disney into Paris. I find this more convenient and cheaper than paying campsite prices around Paris. Each time you renew they give you extra months free. Am now on 18 months for the price of 12.
 
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Thought I read somewhere on here recently that overnight parking was now banned in the bus park ?

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Campers do not park in the bus park normally. They park behind the bus drivers shower and toilet block, between there and the covered walkway.
 

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Have had a fantasy pass for years. I use the free parking and catch the train from Disney into Paris. I find this more convenient and cheaper than paying campsite prices around Paris. Each time you renew they give you extra months free. Am now on 18 months for the price of 12.

I never had you down as a Disneyland chap Snowbird.

I have been a few times but I can't really bear the place.

My brother on the other hand loves it.

What am I missing?

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Snowbird

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I never had you down as a Disneyland chap Snowbird.

I have been a few times but I can't really bear the place.

My brother on the other hand loves it.

What am I missing?
Am not a Disneyland chap as such Chris. I have Jewish blood, so being able to park in Disney free and visit the delights of Paris was just to much of a temptation ;)
 

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I have a MUCH cheaper solution !
Avoid Paris and Disney land altogether !! LOL !!!

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Been there once.. decided it is just another big city.. I reckon I became all citied out by the time I moved to the sticks age 21 ...
 

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I like Paris.

Had the fright of my life near The Eiffel Tower once though. It was just after 9/11 and everyone was on terror alert.

My wife and I were walking along and ahead of us was this Asian man running towards us chased by police. This chap was lobbing stuff which my wife and I thought were grenades.

As we had both watched Rambo we did what you have to do - we hit the deck.

Turns out his grenades were little umbrellas he had stolen from a market stall.

True story:whistle2:

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What am I missing?

Disney are very good at what they do - as long as I just switch my brain off and go with the flow I enjoy it, but as soon as I start thinking about it...

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It's certainly ok to overnight at Disneyland - this was Nye a couple of years ago. Going back this Christmas and cannot wait :)
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