Disneyland Paris First Timer... best guidebooks?

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris Trip Planning & Community Board' started by Keurigirl, May 16, 2013.

  1. Keurigirl

    Keurigirl let's all sing like the birdies sing

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    We're taking a transatlantic cruise on the Magic next May, and once we get to Europe our plan is to take a trip to Paris and do DP as well.

    Does anyone have a favorite guidebook for DP? We're Disneyland experts and savvy Disneyworld folks, but know nothing about Disneyland Paris. Would love to make sure we don't miss anything!
     
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  3. tennisfan

    tennisfan <font color=blue>Was told off for sliding down the Moderator

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    I love the Brits guide to Disneyland Paris, it's an easy read.
     
  4. Jonjo

    Jonjo Mouseketeer

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    I have to second that recomendation, the Brits Guide to Disneyland Pairs by by Simon Veness and Susan Veness is the one book I sugest to anyone going to DLP for the first time. The most recent edition is 2012.
     
  5. adr2.8i

    adr2.8i Back from the magic....and now hooked!

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    i agree the brits guide is THE bible for disneyland paris.

    although ive learnt heaps more about DLP by frequenting this forum. The members on here have been incredible. A fountain of knowledge. Full of useful info and money saving tips.
     
  6. A dream is a wish

    A dream is a wish Mouseketeer

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    Another fan of the Brits guide! Was a big help when I planned our first trip last year.
     
  7. Ms Poppins

    Ms Poppins I'm sure I'm very affected by all this Disney talk

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    Yes, Brit's guide is great :thumbsup2

    Also agree to log on here when you can. I'd been to dlp 4 times before I discoverd DIS and I can't believe the things i've learned from here (and still learning) - very nice friendly crowd too :disrocks:
     

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