Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris is located 19 miles east of Paris. It is a full-featured vacation paradise with hotels, Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios, rides, a golf course, and the magic of Disneyland. With areas like Fronteirland, Fantasyland, and Adventureland, every member of the family is bound to find something to enjoy.

Many outfits offer Disneyland Paris packages including combinations with airfare, and lodging at a Disneyland Paris hotel. There are seven Disneyland Paris hotels at the Paris Disneyland offering a variety of themed lodging and a range of prices from the luxurious high end to the budget vacationer. On the high end the Disneyland Hotel offers Victorian styling and top of the line service. For a more urban stay, with the same luxuries, Disney's Hotel New York offers Big Apple style. At the mid range the Newport Bay Club emulates a nautical style and Sequoia Lodge is inspired by America's national parks. Two desert themed Disneyland Paris hotels include the Hotel Santa Fe and Hotel Cheyenne. Scorching desert and cactus and a brush with outlaws in the wild west are some of the highlights. All for modestly priced budgets. Davy Crockett's Ranch is 15 minutes away, but offers private bungalows in a rustic escape. No matter your tastes, there are multiple Disneyland Paris hotels to fit you style.

Most Paris vacations include a stop at the Eiffel Tower, one of the most famous of Paris attractions. Built for the 1889 World's Exhibition, the Eiffel Tower tops out at over 1,000 feet. Other popular Paris attractions include the Panthéon, a monument dedicated to historical personages of France, housing a crypt containing over 70 people, including Votaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Marie Curie, and Alexandre Dumas. Notre Dame cathedral, with its ornate interior is an awe inspiring and popular destination. Pay homage to French author Victor Hugo, and ascend the bell tower for a look at the gargoyles from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Additional places worth a look during Paris vacations are the Arc de Triomphe and the Saint Chapelle cathedral. The Arc de Triomphe, a simple, yet daunting monument commissioned by Napoleon, is located on the famed avenue Champs Élysées and centered in the world largest traffic roundabout. The gothic Saint Chapelle, built in the 13th century, has 15 stained glass windows depicting an entire biblical history.

In addition to monuments, other notable Paris attractions include the world famous museums including the gigantic Louve, which houses the Mona Lisa; the Musee d'Orsay, with artists such as Renoir, Monet, and van Gogh; and the National d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou, home to a modern art collection. For the darker side of Paris vacations visit the Cimetiére du Pére Lachaise is a hodgepodge of tombstone and shrines. Visitors flock to lay kisses on Oscar Wilde's tomb, or view rock star Jim Morrison's grave. The daring should visit the Catacombes de Paris where millions of Parisian's bones are stacked after the were exhumed from cemeteries to combat a plague. The underground tunnels are thrilling and impressive. From within Europe many Disneyland Paris deals are available that include airfare from popular cities such as London, and lodging at a Disneyland hotel.

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