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Old 23 Sep 21, 08:51 PM  
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Thank you. I agree, dont think a four year old will be interested. But mummy thinks she should have some culture in amongst the glitter!
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Old 24 Sep 21, 10:26 AM  
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Another Londoner , I always look to see if theres a good bus route before using the tube , but dont mind it . Its just hot and crowded . Can navigate it with no problem. NYC underground map baffles me though
Never braved the Metro , we used the airport bus to DLP. I must have used it on trips to Paris years ago as I remember buying a carnet of tickets but Ive clearly erased the memory of actually using it.
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Were going for a week early November and planning a few days using the RER/Metro into Paris and across to versailles, were due to go to Florida so making the most of this trip instead so should know more about trains then !
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Were going for a week early November and planning a few days using the RER/Metro into Paris and across to versailles, were due to go to Florida so making the most of this trip instead so should know more about trains then !
Versailles is a good day out.
Make sure you hire one of their golf buggies, theyre a great way to get round as the estate is huge!
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In 2017 my family stayed in DLP and got the train to Paris on 2 days of our trip. It took like an hour and we went to all the main attractions in Paris. We bought a ticket that allows you on the train all day. Get a map for the metro and it will show all the stations and where to go for different destinations. We stayed in DLP but my husband proposed at the top of the Eiffel Tower
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Not done it yet but doing it with a 4yr old and 1yr old next May.

DS is 3 and desperate to see the Eiffel Tower, he talks about it a lot so I wouldn't write it off just because kids are young. There's more in the world to show them than theme parks - should be a lovely experience 😊
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We did it Dec 2018 with a 4.5 year old and an almost 4 month old. The transport there and back was straight forward.

The only issue we had was the time queuing for the Eiffel Tower. I hadnt realised under the tower was sealed off (it had been some years since wed been) so we had to queue for bag search to get under, queue for tickets and then queue for the lifts and the queues were long! I think you can book tickets in advance and Id definitely recommend doing that to cut out a queue! All the queues were longer than any we encountered at Disney. But our 4 year old loved it despite that.

I think that trip, the Eiffel Tower was pretty much all we managed to do the day we went into Paris where as previously wed managed more (wed been in the Opera for a look around with our little one who also likes the film Ballerina).
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Here how we did it
catch the RER A from Marne-la-vallee to Charles de Gaulle-Etoile where you then change onto the Metro 6 to Bir Hakeim. From Bir Hakeim it is a short 10 minute walk to The Eiffel Tower.
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Here how we did it
catch the RER A from Marne-la-vallee to Charles de Gaulle-Etoile where you then change onto the Metro 6 to Bir Hakeim. From Bir Hakeim it is a short 10 minute walk to The Eiffel Tower.
Thank you so much! Sounds pretty simple.
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