Two days or three?

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris Trip Planning & Community Board' started by missypie, Aug 22, 2003.

  1. missypie

    missypie <font color=red>Has an outlet for romance<br><font

    Apr 4, 2003
    We will be staying in Paris and taking the RER out to DLP ... we will visit in mid-March, on weekdays. Do you think we should plan on 2 days or 3 to feel like we've done justice to Disneyland and the Studios?

    I could play it by ear, but of course, a 3 day park hopper costs less and has park hopping benenefits that three individual tickets wouldn't have.

    I don't expect much of a crowd, or am I wrong? What are the wait times under that scenario?

    I would normally say 3 days, but there is all of Paris to see as well.
  2. Skiing is best, Mickey comes next

    Jun 17, 2000
    I've just returned from DLP, taking our two god-children (aged 5 and 8) for their first visit. We stayed 3 nights, 4 days (the first and last days were half-days) and still felt that we didn't have time to show the kids everything we would have liked to have done.

    I would say that three days is about right, even in March when queues should be quite small. Two days would be an absolute minimum, and you'd have to decide what to skip as I don't think you can do both parks justice in this amount of time.


  3. DocRafiki

    DocRafiki <font color=teal>Really is a doc!<br><font color=d

    May 24, 2000
    I am only able to do 2 days during my trip. I'm planning on day one at DL and day two at the studios then ending up at DL. Of course, I haven't checked operating hours yet. What should I skip? Or, if it's easier, what MUST I see?

    Haunted Mansion, POTC, Space Mt, RnR (is it the same as WDW?), Indy Jones I know. Is Big Thunder the same? I might skip it for time's sake, to see things that are all-new to me.

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