School General & Cultural day Trip to Disneyland

The magic of Disney cannot be beaten for rewarding and inspiring students.

One of the most visited tourist attractions in Europe, Disneyland® Paris caters for all ages, whether it is meeting favourite characters in Fantasyland, or the big white-knuckle rides in Adventureland. 

Combine your trip to Disneyland® Park with a visit to its sister park, Walt Disney Studios® Park, which is right next door! This theme park is based on the film industry, with attractions based on film sets and animations. 

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Depart school

Day 1

Channel crossing

Arrive in Disneyland Paris

Full day to be spent exploring Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios

Coach to collect group and depart Disneyland Paris

Channel crossing

 

Arrive back at school

   
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Disneyland® Paris

Disneyland® Paris

Disneyland® Paris has always been one of our most popular destinations, perhaps because it offers so much more than any other theme park. The mix of rides, workshops, conferences and concert stages make it a great destination for educational, sport and music trips alike.

Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

The instantly recognisable symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, can be seen from almost any point in the city, and the view from the top is truly awe-inspiring. It dominates Paris to such an extent that it's hard to believe it's only a little over a century old, having been built in 1889 to celebrate the centenary of the French revolution. No trip to Paris would be complete without a visit. ...

Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum

Housed in France's former royal palace, the Louvre is now one of the finest and most complete art galleries in the world. Its collections range from the ancient world to the twentieth century, with the Pyramid and CyberLouvre multimedia gallery bringing the collection right up-to-date. But most visitors are only here to see one thing - The Mona Lisa's enigmatic smile.

Bateaux Mouches

Bateaux Mouches

One of the best and most relaxing ways to see the sights of Paris is to take a Seine river boat cruise. Starting at the Pont d'Alma, near the Eiffel Tower, your cruise will take you up stream to the Ile de la Cite and Notre Dame Cathedral. Trips last around an hour and depart every 30 minutes during the high season and every 40 minutes during the low season.

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral is a beautiful Gothic cathedral on the the Île de la Cité. A major tourist destination and one of the most famous cathedrals in the world, it is also a working Roman Catholic cathedral. Construction on the current building began in 1163 during the reign of Louis VII and opinion differs as to whether Bishop Maurice de Sully or Pope Alexander III laid the foundation...

Avenue des Champs-Elysées

Avenue des Champs-Elysées

The Champs-Élysées is the most prestigious avenue in Paris, its cinemas, cafés and luxury shops make it one of the most famous streets in the world. In addition, with rents as high as £750,000 a year for 100 m² of space, it is the most expensive street in Europe. The name refers to the Elysian Fields, the place of the blessed in Greek mythology. The C...

Tour Montparnasse (Observatoire Panoramique)

Tour Montparnasse (Observatoire Panoramique)

In just 38 seconds, Europe's fastest elevator will transport you up the Montparnasse tower to a height of 196 metres, where the most beautiful view of Paris stretches out beneath you. Just a few steps further is the capital's largest open-air panoramic terrace, which promises an unforgettable 360º experience. On a clear day it is possible to see as far as 40km! 

Sacre-Coeur Basilica

Sacre-Coeur Basilica

Located at the summit of the hill of Montmartre, and surrounded by the houses of this famous bohemian quarter, the white, Romanesque domes and arches of the Basilica of Sacre-Coeur were built in the late nineteenth century by subscriptions from all over France.

Arc de Triomphe

Arc de Triomphe

This monument to French military prowess was commissioned in 1806 by Napoleon to commemorate his victories. In the twentieth century, it became a monument to the dead of France's wars and site of the tomb of the unknown soldier.

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