Eurostar restarts direct Disneyland Paris train routes – with bargain fares on sale

EUROSTAR is restarting their direct train routes to Disneyland Paris from the UK from tomorrow.

The relaunched routes, which were paused during the pandemic, mean families can once again travel from London St Pancras to the theme park without having to change.

The journey takes just two hours and 49 minutes, making it an easy option for Brits not wanting to fly.

Not only do travellers not have to abide by strict weight restrictions or liquid rules, but passengers get a generous baggage allowance too.

Kids under four even travel for free.

The routes will run four times a week, going up to five times a week during the summer, and then daily routes during all the school holidays.

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Francois Le Doze, chief commercial officer with Eurostar, said: “We are excited to resume our direct Disney service this Friday, as we know how much families value being able to travel with ease and speed from the heart of London to the gates of Disneyland Paris.

“This is another positive step on our road to recovery as we continue to increase the frequency of services across all of our core routes.”

Fares are available for just £39 each way for adults and £28 each way for kids, although these are with limited availability.

The cheapest we could find were fares for £48 each way if travelling in June, with £41 fares in September.

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Now is a great time to go to Disneyland Paris are the theme park celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

A new daytime show is taking place daily in front of the newly refurbished Sleeping Beauty Castle which features more than 30 Disney characters and dancers on colourful floats.

Meanwhile, Micky, Minnie, Donald and all their friends are showing off new shimmery costumes which were created especially for the milestone.

And more Covid rules are being scrapped at the theme park in recent weeks.

Face masks are now no longer mandatory, while some characters can now hug guests once again.

From March 31, character dining at the restaurants will return while all social distancing with characters and princesses will be scrapped from April 1.

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France is easing their Covid restrictions, having scrapped their Covid pass which was required by teenagers and adults to enter restaurants, cafes and theme parks, but Brits still need to be vaccinated to enter France, or if unvaxxed, have an essential reason for travel.

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