Hotel Londres Anvers

133 Boulevard de Magenta, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
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How much time to see Disneyland Paris?

by plas19

I will be visiting Paris for 4 days in November with my family (wife & 2 girls aged 8 & 4). We are considering a visit to Disneyland for 1 day and are wondering if we should get the 1 or 2 park ticket. Is there enough time in one day to see both parks? It costs very little extra for the 2 park ticket so it seems good value. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Re: How much time to see Disneyland Paris?

by Agraichen

Have your children visited a Disneyland park elsewhere? If so, my advice would be to skip the one outside of Paris and even as young as they are, focus on the beauty and history of Paris.

If Disney is a must do, they considering your short stay, don't spend more than a day there.

Re: How much time to see Disneyland Paris?

by Beausoleil

Here's the Parc Asterix web site in English. http://www.parcasterix.fr/v2/default.asp

I would prefer that too but, as pedmar says, it isn't open in the winter except for the special openings. Nov. 1, 2 and 3 are open. Check the web site anyway because it's fun and there are games for the kids.

I agree with those above. If you only have 4 days, it would be a shame to spend more than one at Disneyland. Type "Paris for children" into the VT Search Window and scroll to Keyword Search to get some idea of the many things for children to do in Paris. It is a city made for kids. They may not remember Disneyland but they will remember Paris.

Also, remember that days are very short in November so you won't have long sightseeing days.

Enjoy your trip. I'm betting the girls will talk about it for the next 40 years.

Re: How much time to see Disneyland Paris?

by johnfromoz

We were in Paris & Euro Disney in May this year. I would only concentrate on the Disneyland park as I think it would be too much for your children to do both parks in one day.
With either choice it is a must to familiarize yourself with the parks & work out which attractions you wish to do & rank them in order of "must do" to "if we get time we will do". Then work your way through them. Some of the shows have specific start times so be aware of that.
I would look into booking one of the restaurants that do character lunches so you can have one on one time with them & the chance to get some really great photos.
You could do bits of both parks if you know which attractions you wish to do & keep to a tight schedule. Personally this is not the way to experience Disney with young children, just let them be totally immersed in the Disney way.
We have been to Disney Orlando & Anaheim as well & Orlando is certainly by far the best but if you don't intend going to the US in the near future I am sure your family will have a great time & retain lots of wonderful memories.
Hope this helps.

Travel Tips for Paris

Walking around

by awladhassan

We love Paris. It is deservedly considered a beautiful city. The streets are broad and window shopping is fun. There are lots of things to see of historic and architectural importance. Walking by the Seine and sitting in roadside cafes may be very touristy activities , but make being in Paris enjoyable. Disneyland is fun especially when you have children. Our young children were so excited to be visiting this children's paradise. they loved meeting people dressed as their favourite characters.

Cybercafé: La Baguenaude

by BeatChick

This is my favorite internet café: it's great and inexpensive AND they serve coffee here. Couldn't get any better. Plus, the man & wife who own the place are super nice.

Contact info:
30, rue Grande-Truanderie, Paris 75001
Métro: Etienne Marcel (line 4)
RER: Châtelet les Halles, exit Porte Lescot

tél.: 01 40 26 27 74
fax : 01 40 26 27 47
email : info@labaguenaude.com
website: http:www.labaguenaude.com I've been here three times and am always amazed at the service. Keyboards can be set up for different languages including US QWERTY.

According to the owner, this is the only web café in Paris recommended by the Louvre!

Photos: February 2006 & November 2007

Make sure to get the Tax Refund receipt

by joiwatani

When buying items that is over E165 euros, make sure to get receipt and documentation and get the tax duty free receipt.

You will definitely get the tax refund later on. Although you pay the taxes at the time of sale, you will get the refund of the tax you paid at the time you present the receipt to the tax refund location which is usually at the airport, at the departure area.

How to get the refund?

Make sure to show your tax refund receipt (duty free receipt), your passport and your boarding pass.

Make sure to go to the airport four hours before your departure to give you an ample time to get your refund. It is definitely worth the wait if you shopped a lot.

There are lines usually at the tax refund counter and it takes time for the customer representative to process the paperwork.

Once your refund is processed they asked you to go to another counter to get your money. They usually get some "cut" but still, you will get your refund back in US dollars or it can be put back to your credit/debit card account. Once

As for me, I took it as dollars, to buy more souvenir items at the airport and to pay for some meals while waiting at other airports. My fondest memory was the boat ride at the Seine river at night. It was so relaxing and the view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower was spectacular.

Parking Paris style

by MedioLatino

People in Paris tenk to park their "voitures" just like this: wall to wall, car to car, bumper to bumper. That is why all of the cars have scratches, damages, bent number plates...

Be very careful when parking your car in Paris, try to fit it between 2 columns or trees, so no one can bump into you! :)

I had many cultural...

by exotique18

I had many cultural experiences in Paris.First of all i learned that in France in each region ,people kiss each other with different number of kisses.For example in Paris when you meet with a guy or a girl you have to kiss three times from her/his chees.When a guy meet a guy they just shake their hands.
The another thing,I found french people very polite,friendly and helpful; moreover speaking French is a big advantage while visiting France.Speaking English is not very common in old generation, however new generation has made effort to learn English.
As you know France accepted English as an international language before 4 years ago.

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 Hotel Londres Anvers

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Hotel De Londres Et Danvers

Address: 133 Boulevard de Magenta, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France