DISNEYLAND Paris is one of the best holiday destinations for families and couples – and Sun readers get an exclusive discount.
The bargain deals, available with Magic Breaks include return UK coach travel to Disneyland Paris for 2022/2023 holidays, with pick-up points including Scotland.
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The exclusive offer for Sun Travel readers includes 20 per cent off breaks, and a 1st Child FREE place – book here.
There are departure options available between March 2022 and March 2023.
Prices are based on stays at the Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe Hotel and include a 2-day park ticket.
Here are some of the biggest bargains based on a family of four, starting from just £194pp:
- 28 March 2022 – 2 night stay from £777
- 28 March 2022 – 4 night stay from £1007
- 5 August 2022 – 4 night stay from £1667
- 9 October 2022 – 4 night stay from £1307
- 20 November 2022 – 4 night stay from £1177
- 26 March 2023 – 2 night stay from £917
You can book the offers today with low deposits and pay the remainder of your balance online nearer the time.
And 2022 is the perfect year to visit the French theme park, as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Starting from March 6, guests will be able see Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy in new, special outfits, as well as buy anniversary souvenirs and try new anniversary food specialties.
And Cinderella’s Castle has reopened after a year-long closure due to renovations.
Brits can now travel to France again as the UK travel ban has finally been lifted.
French tourism minister Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne confirmed last week that the restrictions were being eased for holidaymakers.
The new rules for vaccinated travellers include a negative test – which can be a lateral flow or PCR test – that must be taken within 24 hours of arrival in the country and signing a “déclaration sur l’honneur” on arrival.
Unvaccinated travellers will need to justify their reason for travel and undergo a 10-day quarantine.
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