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Old 29 Mar 24, 01:19 PM  
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Hi all,

We are planning on booking a trip from the 10th to 14th June

I know there is no real 'off peak' at Disney Paris anymore and I have done a search and not found anything obvious but just wanted to see if there was any European public holidays or Annual Pass events that I may have missed
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Booking a trip from the 10th to the 14th of June sounds like a fantastic plan! As for European public holidays or Annual Pass events during that time frame, here are a few things to consider:

1. **European Public Holidays**: While there are no major European public holidays during that period, it's always a good idea to check for any local holidays in France or neighboring countries that might attract more visitors to Disneyland Paris.

2. **Annual Pass Events**: Disneyland Paris occasionally hosts special events exclusively for Annual Pass holders. These events might include extended park hours, exclusive character meet-and-greets, or unique entertainment offerings. It's a good idea to keep an eye on Disneyland Paris' official website or social media channels for any announcements regarding Annual Pass events during your planned dates.

Since you've already done a search and haven't found any obvious events or holidays, it's likely that your visit will be during a relatively standard period without any major events or peak crowds. However, it's always a good idea to stay updated on any announcements from Disneyland Paris closer to your travel dates, just in case there are any last-minute additions or changes.
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Where did you find that? Most of it is incorrect.

What hotel? If it means the Disneyland Hotel, take out a second mortgage first.

Cafe Mickey closed years ago.

There are very few places to get breakfast in the park. Either have it at your hotel, Disney Village or book Plaza Gardens character breakfast.

I donít know if Auberge has reopened after covid and whether it is serving lunch.

The Disneyland Hotel has just reopened after a refurb of several years. I donít think they do afternoon tea and currently you are unlikely to even be allowed in.

DLP does not have an Enchanted Castle or a Be Our Guest restaurant.

Captain Jackís doesnít do breakfast. Neither does Hyperion.

Space Mountain hasnít been Mission 2 for years.

Cafe des Cascadeurs changed theme when the Marvel area opened.

Bistrot Chez Remy is rarely open for dinner.

Illuminations hasnít been on for at least a year. It is now the drone show followed by Dreams.
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I suspected as much. Not very helpful for first timers.
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Thanks all,

I have should have said we are not first timers and have done DLP over 10 times but its a different landscape since Covid with not the traditional 'off peak' midweek we have found.

We were really fortunate during Covid as we went during the summer when we had to quarantine when back, rides were all 5-10 mins in August! Never see that again
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