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Disneyland Paris Package Holidays

Booking a package holiday is a great way to take the hassle out of a trip to Disneyland Paris. Everyone knows that the Internet is the best place to hunt for holidays, but go online and it isn't long before you're up to your neck in potential packages. Seasoned pros need not worry, but first time visitors can be left unsure about which way to turn. If you don't want to go down the DIY Disneyland Paris route, you'll be able to choose from the following holiday options:

Flight package: Choice of airline will have considerable bearing on the overall price of your package. If you want to keep costs low enquire if you can make the return trip with one of the growing number of budget airlines. Air France is Disney's 'preferred' airline and operates packages departing form eight of the UK's leading airports. On arrival transfers from both Paris airports to Disneyland shouldn't take more than 45 minutes.

Coach package: Coaches might be the slowest way of getting to Disneyland Paris, but they're also the cheapest. Journey times vary (depending whether the coach goes over The Channel or under it) and they do have the advantage of being virtually door to door.

Eurostar package: For anyone living in the South East of England the idea of hopping on a train at St Pancras (formerly Waterloo) Ebbsfleet, or Ashford stations and arriving at Disneyland Paris in 2 hours is indeed tempting. For more information visit the Eurostar website at: www.eurostar.comwww.eurostar.com

Ferry/ hovercraft packages: Several ferry companies sell all inclusive holidays to Disneyland Paris. Two of the biggest names in the game are PO Ferries (sailing from Portsmouth) and hoverspeed (leaving from Dover, Newhaven and Folkstone). More information can be found on their respective websites.

Once you've decided on the best way of getting to Disneyland Paris, you'll then have to think about where you want to stay. Disney has a choice of seven themed hotels that are as close to the magic as you can get, but there is also a wide selection of quality hotels in the surrounding Marne la Vallée region which are likely to work out considerably cheaper. When you're booking a package holiday to Disneyland Paris check on the transport links between your accommodation and the park, after all you don't want to be left stranded.

With transport and accommodation covered you'll be ready to begin looking around for a package that suits your needs. Tickets last from one to three days (which is long enough to see the best that the park has to offer), but you may want to add some extra time to explore the French capital. Keep an eye out for promotions such as 'two for one' or 'kids go free' offers.

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