Guest Car Parking Re-entry No Longer Free at Disneyland Paris

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As pointed out by ED92, a discreet change in Disneyland Paris’ car parking policy from last November states that free re-entry is no longer available. This means that if guests pay to park and then leave the lot for any reason, they will have to pay the full fee again to re-enter. According to the official Guest Parking Regulations, “Any exit is final”.

At present, parking fees for guests of the resort parks and Disney Village are €30 for cars, €45 for campervans and €25 for motorcycles. Resort guests can park for free with their hotel Easy Pass, and Magic Flex, Magic Plus and Infinity Annual Pass holders may park for free. There is also the option for guests to use Disney Parking+ for €45.

Of course, this comes at the end of a very busy year for Disney car parking news, with new changes being implemented in parks both sides of the pond. Most notably, in March, Disney announced there would be a charge for vehicles parked overnight at Walt Disney World resort hotels. On a more exciting note, there is some snazzy new technology coming to the parking garages at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World, and a new parking structure at Disneyland, California. Stay tuned for more as it happens!

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Madeleine

Madeleine is a languages student from England who spends more time watching Disney movies in foreign languages and calling it "revision" than actually doing the set work. She has a tendency to plan Disney holidays for other people, whether they asked or not, and loves talking about the parks to absolutely anyone who will listen. Get in touch - [email protected]