Sunday 9 October 2016

My Top 5 Disneyland Paris Rides/Attractions

So I go back to Disneyland Paris THIS MONTH!!! To say I'm a bit excited is an understatement, as I've not been since April, and I love the Halloween season at Disneyland Paris (and Lee does too, which is an achievement), and this year we're going to the Halloween Soiree, yay! So with this in mind, I thought I'd start a little DLP build up mini series, starting with this, my top five rides/attractions at Disneyland Paris.

1. Big Thunder Mountain.
Of course the wildest ride in the wilderness was going to be number one. This is the best ride at Disney, it's so exciting, and a perfect runaway train ride. I'm a little sad that it will be closed this time, but it just means I need to go back in December, right?

2. Ratatouille.
This ride is also Lee's favourite, I think it's because it is so different to all the other rides, and the theming around the ride is perfect. The only thing I will say about this ride is it always has the longest queue times (apart from Crush's Coaster), so you need to be prepared to wait. Or get a Fastpass.

3. La Galerie de la Belle au Bois Dormant.
This is why I had to name this post rides/attractions rather than just rides. Sleeping Beauty is my all-time favourite thing ever, so the fact that you can go up into the downright beautiful Sleeping Beauty Castle at DLP and go around a gallery telling the story of Sleeping Beauty in wonderful tapestries and stained glass windows is just my favourite thing. It even plays the wonderful Tchaikovsky music as you're walking round. Just beautiful.

4. It's A Small World.
This ride has been a firm Dolan favourite since we went as kids, and now it's had its refurb, it looks even better. The song definitely gets stuck in your head though, and I can guarantee every single one of you knows it, even if you've never set foot in a Disney park.

5. Mad Hatter's Teacups.
Yes, I chose the Teacups, an ultimate Disney park classic. The reason I love this ride so much is the fact that you can choose how much you want to spin, and I really like to spin a lot. It's so much fun, and it's also brilliant at night too.

Other rides I really like: Phantom Manor, Crush's Coaster, Space Mountain, Le Pays des Contes des Fees.

What are your favourite rides at Disney?


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