Pink castle towers of the Sleeping Beauty, pirate schooners, prairies of the Wild West, princesses, and, of course, indispensable Disney symbols Mickey Mouse and his girlfriend Mini. All this is a real dream of the children realized in Disneyland, where parents are willing to pay big money. However, according to a study conducted by the British newspaper Daily Mail, foreigners overpay by 60% more than residents of France for tickets in Paris Disneyland.
According to the prestigious British publication, French version of the Disneyland theme park site offers French much more attractive offers than for the residents of other countries. However, when trying to book tickets on the French version of the Disneyland site, the payment process is blocked when using foreign credit cards.
Thus, a daily ticket for a family of four persons in the Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios in Paris will cost the French family 142 Euros. The same daily ticket will cost 192 pounds for the British, which is higher by 62 percent.
One-day Disneyland tickets for one person for the French will also cost less than for the foreigners. Tickets for the French (adult or child) will cost 44 Euros, while the Albion tourists will have to pay 50 and 35 pounds respectively.