Why you should go to Disneyland Paris for Halloween

If the word ‘Disneyland’ sound a bit too infantile for your taste, you should probably skip this post. But if your inner child is secretly (still) wishing to pay this legendary theme park a visit – or if you happen to have children who’d be up for a surprise – you should definitely keep on reading! Disneyland Paris is throwing the biggest Halloween party ever – and you’re invited! 


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The original Disneyland opened its gates in California in 1955, and it’s still one of the most popular theme parks in the world! You don’t have to travel that far though, to get a taste of the magic. The Paris-based version of Disneyland has been welcoming guests from near and far since 1992 – and since then, it has been a “utopia” for countless children daydreaming about their favorite Disney characters. Myself included. When I was little, that is…

Being a mother myself now, I realize what a splendid experience it must be for children. And for parents who would like to surprise their small ones. Not to mention the ideal location of the theme park, which makes it perfect for a day trip if you’re staying in Paris for a long weekend. Of course, staying in one of Disneyland Paris’ own magical hotels is to be preferred, and it’ll certainly complete the experience.

Why you should go to Disneyland Paris for Halloween

And now to the good news: if you and your family arrive between October 1st and November 4th, you can take part in Disney’s Halloween Festival – and you can even save up to 15% on your preferred hotel package, which includes:

  • 2, 3 or 4 nights in a Disney hotel (incl. breakfast)
  • Entrance tickets to Disneyland Paris
  • Lunch or dinner (every day)
  • Meet’n’Greet with Disney characters on your hotel
  • Fastpass (for quicker entrance)

The big Halloween celebration is in honor of the world’s most famous mouse, Mickey Mouse, as he’s turning 90 this year! Another good reason – if you’re a fan of Disney, that is.

The banners above are in Danish, but anyone can click on them to get straight to the Halloween offers of Disneyland Paris.

Safe travels! 🙂

 

 

 

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