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Space Mountain: De la Terre à la Death Star

Looking back at Disneyland Paris’ history is a tumultuous affair with highs and lows throughout its history Michael Eisner successfully brought The Walt Disney Company back from the brink of destruction after a disastrous dark period in the 1970s and

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Shanghai Disneyland: The Magic Returns

Last week on May 5th, the Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek announced on an earning call that as Shanghai is beginning to return back to normal activities, Shanghai Disneyland will be reopening on May 11th. Shortly after this announcement,

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Plan your 1992 Euro Disneyland trip

As we are unable to transport you to the park through our live coverage, we decided to appeal to nostalgia and send you back to 1992, more precisely, in summer, just a few months after the opening of Euro Disney.

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An American in Paris: Kat’s Story

Well, it’s certainly been an interesting few weeks, hasn’t it? Looking back from a month ago, it’s crazy to think about how much has changed. I myself had to leave France with only a 48-hour notice to get back to

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Book Club: Disney Parks presents The Haunted Mansion

Who said that the enchantement of Disney parks should stop when you leave Disney Village? A whole collection of books have been published over the years! But which one to read? In this series of blog posts we’ll introduce you

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Legends of the Force: Epilogue

Let’s start this off by saying I’m a Star Wars fan. I grew up watching the original trilogy with my dad, then watched the prequels with my friends and cringed at the less than stellar lines and terrible CGI. During

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#DLPAttractionsLeague – And the winner is …

After 3 weeks of intense face-offs and about 100K votes across our social media accounts, the #DLPAttractionsLeague has crowned a winner! In a finale where Big Thunder Mountain was facing Pirates of the Caribbean, you decided to choose « the wildest

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Book Club: Disneyland Paris Heritage

Who said that the enchantement of Disney parks should stop when you leave Disney Village? A whole collection of books have been published over the years! But which one to read? In this series of blog posts we’ll introduce you to a selection of the best ones dedicated to the parks and their most popular attractions!
Let’s talk about a very special booklet: : Disneyland Paris célèbre son patrimoine et ses métiers d’art.

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Kat & Zoe’s Favorite things are Disneyland Park

KAT: Hello, everyone! Today for an American in Disneyland Paris, we’re going to be doing something a little different. This week’s article is going to be a comparison of American and British favorites with a special collaboration between DLPReport and

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Report – March 8 – 14, 2020

There was more than the closure story this week at Disneyland Paris. As the Resort struggled with uncertainties, the Magic continued. Let’s take a look! For our Special Report on the events that lead to the closure of Disneyland Paris,

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Update – March 1 – 7, 2020

It was mostly business as usual this week at the Resort, with some great character moments, Electroland news, St. David’s Day and of course plenty of updates on the many construction and refurbishment projects. Let’s dig in! Preventive Measures While

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An American in (Disneyland Paris), Part 12: Walking Through!

Walkthrough attractions. Some people love them and obsess over tiny details in the displays, while others see them as a waste of space that should be torn down for more interesting attractions with a ride track. Personally, I absolutely adore

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Update: February 16 – 22, 2020

Despite school holidays, this week saw the start of several large scale refurbishment projects – and especially resurfacing. We also said goodbye to the Tram Tour Station, discovered a new TV ad and got flooded with Disney+ posters.. let’s take

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Review: “Onward” (Spoiler Free)

Two years after the phenomenon that was Coco, Pixar is back this winter with a new original story based on the themes of self-recovery and grief. This time, the journey is complex and multi-dimensional, this time, Ian and Barley’s father

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Review: “Call of the Wild” (Spoiler Free)

We were graciously invited to a preview screening for The Call of The Wild at “Le Publicis” cinema in central Paris on Friday, February 14th 2020. Already known to Disney fans as the director of 2002’s Lilo & Stitch, Chris

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Update: February 1 – 8, 2020

A « classic » week in the Parks as the seasons are now well underway. While the Resort is awaiting the assault from the French and European school holidays, Characters and Merchandising were the stars. Plenty of progress on construction and refurbishments

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An American in (Disneyland) Paris, Part 8: The Music

Close your eyes and try to imagine being in a Disney theme park without music. Isn’t it a strange feeling?  Of course, I have a little bit of bias as a trained musician who is always listening to music, but

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An American in Disneyland Paris – Part 7: The App.

When planning for a trip to either Walt Disney World or Disneyland in the States, the one thing I always do without fail is check out the apps before leaving. They’re in a special folder on my phone’s homepage along

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Review: “Star Wars, Legends of the Force” 2020 Snacks

With the launch of a new season comes a range of themed food offerings to go with it and the final edition of Legends of the Force: A Star Wars Celebration is no different. Disneyland Paris has made improvements in

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Report: January 5 – 11

It was a big transitional week at Disneyland Paris that saw the end of the Christmas season and Tram Tour, then the launch of not one but two new seasons: Frozen Celebration and Star Wars: Legends of the Force. Lots

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Review: Frozen 2, An Enchanted Journey

Saturday January 11 marked the start of the « Frozen Celebration » season at Disneyland Paris. While most of the offerings included in the season started way before (from last November to, well, 2017 if you trust the programme), « Frozen 2: An

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An American in (Disneyland) Paris, Part 6: Unique Attractions

One of the things that fans who call Disneyland Paris home take pride in are our unique attractions found in both of the parks. Whether we’re spinning through the East Australian Current, exploring the fabled Nautilus, or even shrinking to

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Review: Disneyland Paris New Years Eve Party 2020

For the third consecutive year, Disneyland Paris hosted a hard ticket event on New Years Eve. If the first two editions were pretty similar, ringing in 2020 at Disneyland Parks brought a truck load of new offerings, let’s take a

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Top 10 – Best Disneyland Paris Creations of 2019

As we wrap up 2019, I thought we could take a look back at the 10 best things Disneyland Paris has created this year in any category. Now, of course everyone’s preferences will vary, so feel free to sound off

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Report – December 15 – 21, 2019

A news-heavy report this week as we got the chance to learn more details about many upcoming entertainment, merchandise, pricing and food projects for 2020. But we’re not forgetting maintenance and characters! Let’s go: 2020 News On Friday, Disneyland Paris

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Interview with “Frozen, a Musical Invitation” Show Directors

The Directors Françoise Baffioni and Mattéo Borghi met with the Insidears Team to tell us more about this royal surprise: Can you introduce Frozen: a musical invitation? Françoise Baffioni: For this brand new interactive show, we were inspired by two highlights

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“Disneyland Paris Celebrations”, all our characters photos!

Disney Friends travelled in time (and place) at the December 12 AP Party themed to « Celebrations ». All night, Guests got the chance to meet their favorites in rare costumes from the Resort’s shows and seasons. Here’s who we caught! SPRING

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“An American in (Disneyland) Paris, Part 3: Food, Glorious Food.

When most people think about what makes France famous, one of the first things that comes to mind is the gastronomy. Delicious macarons, incredible baguettes, sparkling champagne, and of course, the classic wine and cheese that appear in every stereotypical

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Report, Dec 1-7, 2019

The first week of December has come and gone with its share of news and drama in the Parks, let’s dig in! Counting down to Christmas shopping The Advent Calendar feature is back this year. The ceremony is largely unchanged

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An American in (Disneyland) Paris, Part 1

Hello, everyone! My name is Kat and I’m one of the reporters for DLPReport. As one of the internationals on the team, I thought it would be interesting if I wrote about my thoughts on Disneyland Paris from someone who

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Interview with NYE Party Show Director Julien Baptist

The Insidears team recently met up with Julien Baptist, who is the show director for the New Years Eve Party hard ticket event, to learn more about what’s in store this year: Hello Julien Baptist, can you introduce yourself to

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Disneyland Paris News & Photo Report, Nov 15-23 2019

Welcome to our News & Photo report where we recap the latest happenings at Disneyland Paris! On this edition we take a look at November 15-23, 2019. Christmas Season, episode 2. As is now tradition it seems, Disneyland Paris has

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Frozen 2: Spoiler Free Review

Reviews are a strange thing. Everybody is different and we all like different things. Some people glide from one review to another whilst others stick with a reviewer that they tend to agree with most of the time. I thought

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Review: “Frozen: a Musical Invitation” at Animation Celebration

Previously named The Art of Disney Animation – the attraction is back after a 10 month refurbishment and everything has changed including the name! Animation Celebration welcomes some old favorites including your chance to sketch some of your favorite Disney

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Hiver Gourmand is back on Place de Rémy

For the second year in a row, a smell of cheese and Christmassy dishes floats around Walt Disney Studios’ Parisian area ! After the success of the 2018 edition, l’Hiver Gourmand opens his doors this Thursday with five chalets that will delight crepe, nails or Christmas beverages…

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It’s freezing once again in Disneyland Paris’ shops!

Frozen 2 is coming in theater this month. Even though the theatrical release is due on November 20th in France, guests at Disneyland Paris can already discover all the new merchandising related to Anna and Elsa’s new adventures in stores.​