The Walt Disney Studio Park is the second Disney park to open in less than a decade. It is almost a carbon copy of the current MGM Studios or Disney Hollywood Studios in Orlando. It's mainly focused on movies. It is classified into three areas: Production Courtyard: with the Tower of Terror (get ready for an adrenaline rush), magic films and Stich live, Toon studio: Finding Nemo and Cars and Backlot: with the Aerosmith Rollercoaster. I think that this is the best attraction, an indoor rollercoaster with lights that flash to the beat of music from the group, including armaggedon special effects.
Any amusement park worth its salt must have a haunted house and Disneyland Resort Paris is not going to be less. This enchanted house is exactly like that of Norman Bates in Psycho and is by far my favorite attraction in Eurodisney. Set in the Frontierland area, it's a journey of more than 900 spirits and ghosts, following the story of the bride who waited for her groom forever. It's appropriate for all ages. The route is done in a "shopping cart" and it's perfect for scaring your kids!
Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing is a great ride on a steamboat around the whole area of Frontierland. The lake cruiser can be like Mark Twain or Molly Brown. Both are steamboats as those used to sail down the Mississippi River. Recommend going to the upper deck, from where you can see perfectly the magnificent landscapes of Frontierland. It is a visual attraction that can be used to rest and take lots of pictures and its main advantage is that it is perfect for all ages, including infants, for its tranquility. Also, in it, there is not much waiting time since the boat is large and can fit many people on each trip.
The Tower of Terror at Disneyland Paris is like riding vacuum against the force of gravity. It's a 13-storey free fall that has become one of the most popular attractions in all Disney Parks. It's on Hollywood Boulevard in the Walt Disney Studios. It's based on a "lost episode" of the famous American thriller series, The Twilight Zone, issued between 1959 and 1964. It's an eerie replica of a life-size 13-storey building in which five people disappeared mysteriously in an elevator and is undoubtedly the star attraction of the Walt Disney Studios. For the brave, it will be an unforgettable experience, but isn't suitable for children. It's such a busy attraction that using the FastPass, if you're staying at a resort hotel, will help with the lines.
Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast is one of the five major attractions of Disneyland Resort Paris. Located in the Discovery Land and inspired by the movie Toy Story 2, Buzz Lightyear is placed versus the Evil Zurg and needs help! The attraction is interactive and Visitors embark on a two-seat spacecraft equipped with two laser pistols and a joystick that allows full 360 degree rotation of the ship. In the mission to defend toys, passengers must shoot all enemy targets located in different scenarios. Whites are counted and when the visitor leaves the attraction, you can check your score on the scoreboard and know if you can join the elite group of Space Rangers Space warriors or even get the title of Galactic Hero. It is an attraction that is meant to be played and enjoyed with family and friends. It is very popular, so be ready to wait in a pretty big line. Visitors that stay in the Disney hotels luckily get access to the Disney Fastpass which means that they get assigned a particular time to enter busy attractions and therefore don't have to wait in the line. Overall, this is a very fun attraction that is great for young and old people.
The Swiss Family Robinson's hut is located in the Adventureland of the Disneyland Resort in Paris. The hut is at the top of a giant tree and it represents the cabin that the family built from the remains of a shipwreck. It may not be the best attraction of the park, but from the top of it you can enjoy a good view of the area of Adventureland. That's right! Be sure that you are prepared to climb more than 150 steps.
Aurora has her own fabulous Castle at Disneyland Resort Paris. It is so popular in the world that it has become the symbol of Disneyland. The castle, beautiful from every angle, is pink with blue roofs and many gold accents, there is even a dragon that lives in the castle basement. Inside the castle, the magic continues, as the interior is out of a fairy tale, with a large stone and wooden spiral staircase and an upper floor with the decorations from the movie with paintings of Sleeping Beauty and stained glass windows . The Castle is the entrance to Fantasyland. The Castle Gallery is a viewpoint where can see all of Fantasyland and also at the foot of the castle, children and adults strive to remove Excalibur from the stone where it was put by the wizard Merlin. Again, "where dreams come true" ...