Amusement parks in France will not only provide a day of fun for all family members, but give your crew additional insight into the culture of the country. International cuisine, countryside views and classic characters will enhance your overall French adventure. As part of a Huffington Post Travel series on theme parks, here is our guide to all the key information visitors need to know about French theme parks.
Fun For Non-Thrill Seekers
Address: Disneyland Resort Paris, Rue De La Marnière, Chessy, ÎLE-DE-FRANCE 77700 Phone: 011-33-8-25-30-60-30 Hours: Disneyland Park is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Walt Disney Studios is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closing times can vary by day and month. Check website for specific dates, times and details by day. Price: Prices start at a one-day, one-park visit for adults at $70, and for children 3 to 11 at $63. The park also offers two-day, two-park passes at $150 for adults and $134.00 for children 3 to 11. Children under 3 do not require tickets. Check the website for special promotions and offers.
Parc Asterix, based on the French comic book character Asterix, is focused on family fun. With plenty of colorful and entertaining areas in the park to explore, visitors of all ages will enjoy a great day of rides, entertainment and new characters.
Days Worth Of Fun
Address: BP8, 60128, Plailly, France Phone: 011-33-03-44-62-34-04 Hours: The park opens at 10 a.m., but closing times vary. While in the winter the park is closed most days, it is often open for special events on certain dates. Check the calendar on the website for details on specific dates and times. Price: Admission price for visitors 12 and older is about $57, and for children 3 to 11 the price is about $43. Children under 3 are free. Parking is about $11.50 per day. Season passes are also available.
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