About a half hour train ride outside of Paris is Disneyland Paris. Although the architecture and style of the parks make them easily identifiable to any Disney fan, the parks themselves are slightly different than their American counterparts. Frequent visitors to Walt Disney World, in particular, in the United States will begin to recognize the unmistakable architecture of the Disney resorts scattered about the French countryside when the train is still about ten minutes from the parks. The Metro Station for Disneyland Paris is literally right outside the entrance. Once disembarking from the train, one needs only follow the signs, which are in several languages, to the ticket center.
Disneyland Paris is actually two parks and a somewhat scaled down version of Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. As one would expect, Disney Studios is very similar to and offers many of the same attractions as its American counterpart. Disneyland Paris is the Parisian version of The Magic Kingdom/The original Disneyland Park.
The primary difference tourists who have visited the American versions will notice is in size and scale. By contrast, the Parisian parks are rather scaled down and are less intense. Still, schedule permitting, most fans of the American Disney parks will find a visit to Disneyland Paris amusing and worthwhile. In particular, the Parisian version of The Pirates of the Caribbean sticks out as the one attraction that is superior to that of its American counterparts. Also of note is the Haunted Mansion. Besides having a bit more of a mature and serious tone than either of the American Haunted Mansions, Disney fans will notice the Parisian Haunted Mansion has a wild west ghost town in the place of the infamous graveyards found in the American versions--a scene that would probably amuse any American.
Expect to pay about $50 American for a one day, one park admission to Disneyland Paris or about $65 American for a one day, two park ticket. Multi-day passes are also available in various combinations for between $110-$150 American. Hours of Operation vary but the parks usually open about 8:00 a.m. and closing times fluctuate between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., depending on the time of year. Of note, it's possible to see both parks in one day, stamina permitting. Each park takes approximately a half day to see.Answer
Many of the attractions are similar, but with a European flair. Visitors report that the Pirates of the Carribean, in particular, is more fun than the stateside attractions.If you're expecting the usual Disney service and attention to detail at the California and Florida parks, you will be disappointed. The Paris parks are not maintained as well, i.e: trash in the water features, the water itself sometimes green with algae, some serious painting and repairs are in order. Many gift shops but they all sell the same stuff! I wouldn't bother with these parks, with Paris and so many other authentic attractions nearby. The train from Paris drops you in a small town 5 miles away and you have to wait up to 30 minutes for another train to continue the trip! The prices (Sept. 2009) are much higher than previously quoted, $70 for one day typical, and most meals inside the park are at a minimum $20.
No, there are Disneyland's in California, Japan, Paris, China, and a Disney World in Florida
Five: Disneyland in California, Disneyland Paris, Disney World in Florida, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Tokyo Disneyland.
United States. DisneyLand California and Disney World, Florida. Paris Disney (?) France of course.
Disneyland California Disney World in Florida Disneyland Paris Disneyland HongKong Disneyland Shanghai?
Disney World (Orlando, Florida) Disneyland California Disneyland Paris Tokyo Disney Hong Kong Disneyland I THINK THAT'S ALL. :)
There is a Disneyland park in California (the original), Paris, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Shanghai. There is also Disney World in Florida, which technically isn't a "Disneyland" (the park at Disney World that is most nearly equivalent to Disneyland is called the "Magic Kingdom").
Disney World, Florida, USA: 1971 DisneyLand, California, USA: 1955 DisneyLand Paris, France, Europe: 1992 DisneyLand, Hong Kong, Asia: 2005
"Disneyland" itself is in Anaheim, California, United States and then they have a "Disneyland" in Paris, France, Tokyo, Japan and Hong Kong, China. There is also a Disney park in Florida, United States but that is called "Walt Disney World."
2007 Disneyland Resort in Anaheim California. Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando Florida. Tokyo Disney Resort, Tokyo. Disneyland Resort Paris, Paris. (Formerly EURO-Disney) Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Hong Kong.
No. Disney World is located in Orlando Florida. The park in Paris is Disneyland Paris, not Disney World
The original Disneyworld park is located in Florida. Disneyland is located in Anaheim, California. Disneyland Paris is located in Paris, France. Tokyo Disney Resort is located in Tokyo, Japan. There are also the Honk Kong and Shanghai Disney resorts.
No. The Disneyland/Disney World locations are Anaheim, California; Lake Buena Vista near Orlando, Florida; Paris; Tokyo, Japan; and Hong Kong
Yes, Disneyland is a specific Disney theme park located in Anaheim, California, United States (which is in North America). However, there is also a Tokyo Disneyland, a Disneyland Paris (also known as Euro Disney) and a Hong Kong Disneyland. There is also a Disney theme park in Orlando, Florida, though it is called Disney World.
5 Disney World Orland, Disneyland California, Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Hong Kong, and Disneyland Tokyo.
Well, first it is spelled DISNEYland. And it depends what country. There is on in California Paris, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. Then there is Disney World in Florida.
There is a Disneyland in California, Paris, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. There is also the Disney World which is located in Orlando, Florida.
The Disneyland Resort is in Anaheim, California. The Walt Disney World Resort is in Orlando, Florida. The Tokyo Disney Resort is in Tokyo, Japan. Disneyland Resort Paris is located in Paris, France. Hong Kong Disneyland is in Hong Kong.
there's a Disneyland in California USA,Paris France,Tokyo Japan. There's also a Disney World in Orlando Florida USA.
There is only one Disney World located in Orlando Florida, U.S.A. There are several Disneylands located across the globe, in Anaheim California [Disneyland], Tokyo Japan [Tokyo Disney or Tokyo Disneyland], Paris France [Disneyland Paris], Hong Kong China [Hong Kong Disneyland] & the newest in Shanghai China [Shanghai Disneyland]
There is currently Disney World (Orlando, Florida), Disneyland (Anaheim, California), Disneyland Paris (Paris, France), Hong Kong Disneyland (Hong Kong, China), Tokyo Disneyland (Tokyo, Japan). There will be a new Disneyland coming to ShangHai, China, which will be opening at 2015-2016.
There are 4 Disney theme parks and 3 of them are called "Disneyland." There is one in Anaheim, California. Another is in Paris and the other one is in Hong Kong. The 4th Disney theme par, Disney World, is in Orlando, Florida
There is one Walt Disney World resort, in Florida. There are four Disneyland resorts though, Disneyland Paris, Hong Kong Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland (Anaheim), Euro Disney, and there is soon to be a Disneyland in Shanghai.
no Disney world is in Florida and Disney land is in Paris
Disneyland is located in Anaheim, California and Disney World is located Southwest of Orlando, Florida. Disneyland contains the Disneyland themepark and California Adventure while Disney World contains the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and the Aminal Kingdom. Overseas there is also Disneylad Paris in Marne-la-Vallée, France.
Just one Disneyland, but there are other Disney theme parks (for example: California Adventures, Disney World) Improved Answer: Although they are not all officially named "Disneyland", there are 5 Disney theme parks worldwide...California, Florida, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Paris.