Situated 20 miles east of Paris in the bleak countryside of Marne-la-Vallée, Disney‘s fourth world resort (after California, Florida and Tokyo) has, incredibly, been beset by financial problems. Not so surprising, perhaps, when you consider that the project budget was comparable to even the greatest of Louis XIV’s extravagances at Versailles.
New attractions are being opened. As a concession to French culture, a modernistic area of the park called Discoveryland has been inspired by Jules Verne‘s visions of the future.
Numerous restaurants, shops, water sports, and a golf course offer alternatives to the seemingly endless round of rides and attractions, however, it might be difficult for the visitor to escape the beaming Disney smiles of the myriad “cast members”. Originally numbering 12,000 employed from all over Europe to aid visitors and maintain the squeaky-clean image, their numbers have been reduced but they are still to be found on every corner.
It is in the Magic Kingdom, of course, where your offspring can at last meet all of those characters that were previously reserved for the movies or television screen : Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto

The combined RATP/Disneyland® Resort Paris ticket package consists of a roundtrip train ticket from Paris to the Disney Parks® as well as a one-day pass to either Disneyland® Park or Walt Disney Studios® Park. This pass is also available without transportation. You can book your Disneyland Paris Pass in advance.