Disney Village, A Place for Fun at Disneyland Paris

DAPs Magic Disney News – PRESS RELEASE

The Disney themed fun continues outside the parks in Disney Village, one of the largest entertainment districts in the Paris region with 30,000 square metres of themed dining, entertainment and shopping facilities.

With eight restaurants offering everything from sandwiches to steaks and burgers to Bavarian cuisine, there is something to suit every palette in Disney Village. Restaurants include Planet Hollywood, Rainforest Café, McDonald’s, Annette’s Diner and King Ludwig’s Castle. Café Mickey’s character dining is a must for lovers of Mickey, Minnie and other favourite Disney characters.

Legendary Disney entertainment continues outside the theme parks with two bars, a nightclub, a 15 screen Gaumont Multiplex cinema and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show — a chance to enjoy a feast fit for a cowboy whilst watching cowboys and Indians perform horseback stunts.

New in Disney Village in 2005 is an IMAX theatre showing movies in 2D and 3D and PanoraMagique, the largest tethered balloon in the world. Located on Lake Disney, PanoraMagique will give adventure seeking visitors the chance to float 100 metres above Disneyland Paris by day or night, for 6 minutes of unparalleled views of the many themed lands and attractions and the surrounding area.


Admission to the Disney Village is free (except for ticketed events) every day from 7:30am to 5:00am. Throughout the year there is a succession of seasonal music festivals, live concerts and street entertainment.

Disneyland Report Paris is Europe’s leading tourist destination with over 200 million visits since the resort’s opening in 1992. The resort includes two spectacular theme parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, seven Disney-owned and operated themed hotels with approximately 5,800 hotel rooms, and an additional 2,400 hotel rooms operated by partner hotels, two full-service convention centres and a 27-hole world-class golf course. In addition the resort is home to Disney Village, one of the largest entertainment districts in the Ile de France Region. Spanning over 30000 m2 Disney Village offers, themed restaurants, shops, nightclub and a cinema multiplex. In all Disneyland Paris includes 54 attractions, 56 shops, and 69 themed restaurants. The resort celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2007 with the addition of iconic attractions and unique slows and welcomed a record 14.5 millions visits (FY07).