Eurostar has announced it will be bringing back its UK direct trains to Disneyland Paris in March and there are currently ticket deals available from £39 each way
Image: Disneyland Paris)
The high-speed train had to temporarily suspend the route due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, but has now announced that it will resume operations on Friday (March 25).
There are some tempting offers too, with prices starting at £39 each way for adults and £28 each way for children (children under four travel free).
The company will continue to offer additional perks like baggage allowance with no weight restrictions – and since you don’t have to wait at baggage claim on the other side, you’ll have even more time to enjoy the Disney Parks!
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The total travel time is around 2 hours and 49 minutes, with direct trains running four days a week during the lecture period and increasing to five days a week during the summer holidays. Bookings are now open until January 23rd.
You can find out more and book eurostar.com.
Plenty of Disney magic awaits families who book into Disneyland Paris.
For the beginning, Character hugs and close-ups are back as France has relaxed its local Covid rules.
The resort actually is celebrates its 30th anniversary in style, complete with a new daytime show, new costumes for Mickey and friends, and even the brand new Gardens of Wonder attraction.
One of the biggest highlights has to be the new Disney D-Light show, which will be held at the castle right before the legendary Disney Illuminations evening show.
Disney D-Light will use tons of features including video projections, illuminated water jets, light effects, fog and famous Disney songs – and it will even include over 200 drones for a special choreography right over Sleeping Beauty’s castle.
If you’re tempted to finally book a trip, the good news is that there are plenty Disneyland Paris offers can be found whether you are looking for discounted tickets or packages.
Visiting France in general has also become easier. Fully vaccinated Britons can visit France for non-essential reasons such as bank holidays and all travelers will be required to sign an “affidavit” before visiting, although they will no longer need a Covid test before travel.
Meanwhile local Covid restrictions including face masks and vaccination cards have been lifted meaning you no longer need them for venues such as bars, hotels and museums.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/europe/eurostar-disneyland-paris-tickets-2022-26540261 Eurostar is relaunching the Disneyland Paris direct route with fares from £39 each way