Over this Valentine’s weekend we wanted to share with you our selection of the most romantic venues in Disneyland Paris. And you, what are yours?
Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant
For its pastel colors and this particularly refined blend of architecture and nature. What a moment for Aurora and Felipe! For your visit, prefer the morning. You’ll be quieter there and the rising sunlight through the stained glass is truly magical!
Walk down Main Street to the paused beat of a horse-pulled tram. A true step back in time. Instead, enjoy it early in the morning, when Main Street is still quiet.
Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups
Get carried away by the whirlwind of a dizzying waltz aboard one of the cups of attraction. Wait until the night falls and the multicolored lanterns of attraction are lit. It’s even more magical!
The Whising Well
To declare their love for the loved one, where Snow White and her Prince saw each other for the first time! Don’t forget to make a wish before you go: it’s tradition!
L’Auberge de Cendrillon
For tender and intimate moments in the elegant courtyard of the Auberge, near the well and car, in the heart of a kingdom bathed ′′ by romance and tradition “. And for a romantic dinner, don’t hesitate to ask for one of the niches on the other side of the fireplace. It’s more intimate!
Eve and Wall-E
To share the love of these two adorable little robots before they take to the stars at Hyperspace Mountain or Star Tours: The Adventure Continues.
La Cabane des Robinsons
Watch Adventureland light up as night falls, from the observation platform, lulled by the soft sounds of the tropical jungle…
Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing
Sliding over the quiet waters of Rivers of the Far West in one of Molly Brown’s comfy cabins.
La Place de Rémy
To walk through ′′ The City of Love ′′ reviewed by artists from Pixar Studios, to the are of an accordion melody… You can meet Colette and Linguini, they parked nearby!
Captain Jack’s – Restaurant des Pirates
To savor a delicious candlelight dinner alone, overlooking a quiet moonlight Caribbean lagoon… No treasure hunt necessary: you’ve got it right in front of you
Computer Engineer as job, photographer as hobby, traveller as passion, author of “Camino de la magia” -the first book ever about Disneyland Paris in spanish- and creator of this blog in 2007, I’ve been surrounded by all things Disney as long as I can remember.