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Anonymous asked in TravelFranceParis · 5 months ago

Is going to Disneyland Paris in December a good idea?

I went to Disney when I was in year 8 on the week of Valentines day and it was PACKED! Like over an hour wait for rides AND we had fast passes. However, despite this, it was also one of the best weeks of my life and I was thinking of taking my best friend there for her 18th in around mid December. I was wondering how busy it would be, considering that we will be going mid-week and during term time, so kids should still be in school? If anyone has any advice on when would be the best time in December to go, or how to avoid the crowds, that would be great.

Thankyou. :)

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  • 4 months ago

    It's never a good idea. Don't think it's like Fl.or Ca. because it isn't.

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  • Orla C
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    5 months ago

    It would be horrendous. Just go visit Paris the city instead, way nicer anyway.

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  • 5 months ago

    Early December would be a good time to visit Paris. The weather during this period will be cold yet pleasant. Tourists visit Paris in moderate numbers, hence you'll not get a lot of crowds. If you are planning to visit Paris during this time, I recommend you to book your tickets now or well in advance. This will save you time money both.

    Just check out these guys. LPO Holidays helped me have a really great trip to Paris this summer. (www.lpoholidays.in) https://lpoholidays.in/

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  • 5 months ago

    Go to the date you want, just change the hour!

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  • 5 months ago

    There is a calendar which gives you an idea of how busy it is going to be. Green is the quietest, with black the busiest. It is in French, but the colours give you an idea

    https://www.ooparc.com/fr/177-Parc_Disneyland/Info...

    Apparently around the 6th December is a Spanish holiday so it gets busy.

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