Disneyland Paris unveils Christmas schedule and it’s as magical as you’d expect

Disneyland Paris is already a pretty magical place but head over at Christmas and there seems to be that extra touch of sparkle.

After all, both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park are decked in festive decor, while Mickey Mouse and his friends pull out all the stops with a host of fun themed events.

We're not just talking a festive twist on the parades (although there is that too!) but an Enchanted Advent Calendar, some great festive sing-a-longs and heaps of more surprises.

Oh and yes, you may even spot a Disney Princess or two amidst all of your adventures.

The season will run from the 9th November until the 6th January, so to help make sure you don't miss the highlights, we take a look at what Disneyland Paris has planned for Christmas 2019.

On a budget? Check out our guide to the best Disneyland Paris deals from cheap day tickets to discounted packages.

Oh, and we've also got some Disneyland Paris secrets including the best parade viewing spots and how to cut down on queueing times.

Check out the Christmas 2019 events below…

Disneyland Park

Get ready to step into a winter wonderland thanks to the colourful snow-covered decorations, glowing Christmas trees and a huge Christmas tree on Main Street, U.S.A.

That includes nightfall surprise Mickey's Magical Christmas Lights where he will be joined by Minnie and Santa Claus to light up the tree!

Oh, and guests should head to the foot of the Sleeping Beauty Castle where Mickey, Minnie and Goofy will be unveiled daily surprises from The Enchanted Advent Calendar.

Expect plenty of fun shows such as the traditional Disney's Christmas Parade with two performances (as well as an appearance from Santa), while princesses from Ariel to Belle and Jasmine will be reuniting for a magical ball in The Starlit Princess Waltz at the Royal Castle Stage.

Let's Sing Christmas is also sure to be a hit as Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy and a group of singers will perform some brilliant festive classics.

There will be plenty of special meet-and-greets too including Thumper, Miss Bunny and Stitch, not to mention Santa himself will be at 'Meet Mickey Mouse' until the 25th December. (You won't need to pay extra to meet Santa).

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