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  • agiafi
    Birmingham, UK30 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Overall very interesting and amazing family one day in two parks. Worth the price however the fast track would be helpful, but too expensive. You can buy a fast track for each of the attractions for arriving 9 euro/person if you really want to go on. One day was enough to see what we could . You won’t go on to the every attraction in one day but I believe it’s enough to enjoy. You will be very tired after all day staying in the quests which are around 30-60 minutes for each attraction. Worth to get a Disneyland app showing map waiting times. There are speed and high attractions and also attractions for people who do not like this kind of things. Planty of shops and restaurants with prices around 10 euros for kids meal, 5 euros for doughnut, piece of cake . Parade gos three times a day. Characters are in specific times and locations where you can take a posture and get a signature . Planty of staff to ask, and they are very friendly. There is also a train going around the side. There are four lands. We had also time to see some of the attractions in Walt Disney studios where there are restaurants and some speedy carousels . I recommend going to see ratatouille which is the bigger surprise .
    Written 10 April 2024
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  • Chatterboxmegan
    Appley Bridge, UK1,002 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visited for the day last week. Crush coaster to was closed for renovation and that area of the park felt exceedingly busy. Disney are obviously aware of this and said road trip at the back of the park had a 10 min wait but when we got there it was a 45 min wait.

    We managed to enjoy the majority of the rides though did have to endure some long waits for Ratatouille and Thunder Mountain. The Avengers area was awesome and we enjoyed eating at Stark Factory. The Lion King and Mickey and the Magician shows were awesome. The other park is probably better for little ones, but selfishly us adults wanted a day of some more adrenaline fueled rides 😁. We'll definitely be back.
    Written 29 March 2024
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  • Frederika1234
    Nice, France41 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We loved the Grand Noel theme event that takes place in December every year. Beautiful magic atmosphere with classy Christmas decoration indoors and lights in the garden. It is 40km south east of Paris, we took the train to Melun and a taxi to Maincy. They have also tourist shuttles that you must book in advance from the Melun train station to the castle.
    Written 5 January 2024
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  • dmlandis
    Indio, CA47 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Everyone bears the crowds to see Versaille but Fountainebleau is just as interesting and is uncrowded as well. The audio guide was great - Napoleon had this as his home but the castle itself is 800 years old. There is an awful lot to see and it is well worth the price of 12 euros.
    Written 26 March 2024
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  • Tarjia
    Klaukkala, Finland261 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We took the Gorges de Tranchard path, then switched it to a longer one. The pine trees and rock formations were incredible. And there we great places with a view on top of the cliffs.
    The path was interesting enough, not too easy, not too difficult. Well marked. We had a fun afternoon in the forest.
    Written 6 May 2023
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  • ri_ra_2004
    Dublin, Ireland176 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a massive shopping centre, really bug and then more designer stores out the back as well.
    There is a very large auchen shopping store as well which has lots of food etc including suitcases
    Written 9 April 2024
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  • Ann1989
    Virginia215 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    All visitors should be aware that this museum no longer has a cafe.  The staff told us that the contract for the cafe ended.  There are no vending machines.  We saw a school group eating at picnic tables outside the museum, so that appears to be an option.

    As of October 2, the museum's website has not been updated regarding the absence of any food service.  We arrived at the museum around 11 am and only learned that the cafe had closed when we looked for it around noon.

    When we explained to the staff that we had taken the bus to the museum from Meaux,  they were very helpful and provided information on the next bus to Meaux and recommended a restaurant near the train station.  The restaurant was very good.

    However, the journey back to Meaux, lunch, and return to the museum took two hours out of our day.  The failure to promptly update the museum's website is unacceptable.  It shows a lack of respect for the time and comfort of all visitors.

    We respectfully encourage the museum's leaders to make updating its website a top priority.  It is not a difficult task and would allow all visitors to make their plans accordingly and make the best use of their time.

    With respect to the museum itself, although World War One is a huge historical event, this museum is relatively small with exhibits on just one floor.  The ground floor has just restrooms and lockers for bags.

    The museum begins by explaining the historical context for the war.  There is a large room for bigger exhibits such as trenches and military equipment.  Off this large room are several smaller rooms with specific themes such as the role of women and the entry of the U.S. on the war.  These rooms are notable for the large number of artifacts included.  While major signs have information in French, German, and English, individual photos and objects are usually only described in French.

    My personal preference would be for more explanatory panels.  For example, I would like to see a more extensive discussion as to how the war was won by the Allies.

    Written 2 October 2023
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  • Tom J
    London, UK1,654 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We came on Saturday and Sunday to the park. The tickets we €21 per person each day. They have an offer on at the moment where you get both the cat park and monkey park for €25 for the day although I’m not sure how people manage to do both parks in the day as the cat park is huge. The park opens at 9.30am but you can get through the main entrance from around 9.20am where they have a little coffee shop and some seating.

    They have loads of species of cats - tigers, lions, golden cats, leopards, cheetahs servals and many many more. The also have a few species of lemur in the lemur walk through section which is open from 11am til 6.45pm.

    Some of the sections were a little confusing and the map wasn’t completely helpful but once you are in the main area of the park you can find your way around.

    The toilets are limited one you get into the main park there is only one set of toilets which have around 5 cubicles these are shared toilets between men women children and disabled. There are some separate urinals for men also and a drinking fountain outside the toilets. The other set of toilets are at the main entrance which is a fair distance walk from the main park. Here there is a large block of toilets again shared between men children women and disabled. The toilets around the park weren’t very well maintained although they were somewhat clean but none of the toilets had seats?

    Also in the main park they only have one small kiosk for food a drink there was often large queue of people here. They serve waffles hot dogs chips along with a wide variety or drinks. The waffles are good at the kiosk. There is plenty of food and drink places at the main entrance but when you have walked all the way over the other side of the park this is some distance to walk back again. We had chicken tenders and chips on the first day and this was a good meal.

    They have a free train that runs around the whole park you can join it from the white tigers enclosure.

    We used public transport to get here from Paris. This took around 1hr10mins on a train and then a bus which stops just up the road from the park and then it’s just a few minutes walk to the park. The cost for the train and bus was €7.10 per person each way.
    Written 21 August 2023
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  • ScottishGal
    Glasgow, UK975 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Not much of a discount outlet pricing wise but a good range of shops and lovely for a wander around. Great theming and security present. Short train journey from Disney (1 stop)
    Written 9 February 2024
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  • Bob R
    Belgrade, Serbia559 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Did not enter inside as all these cadtles are more or less the same inside. Nevertheless, park and surrounding of the castle is really pleasant to walk. I really enjoyed it. A must see as a half day trip from Paris.
    Written 9 August 2023
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  • Müller H
    5 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fantastic experience in a charming, little town. The museum was one of the highlights of our visit.
    Written 16 October 2023
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  • Michelle C
    31 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lovely little zoo.
    The birds are amazing and the jaguar's are beautiful.
    6 of us visited today from lunch time , it came across a little pricey for us even though we asked for the best deal.

    We took our own lunch and sat in a tent as it was a little cold today.
    A nice walk around with interesting birds.
    There was a section with some spiders in tanks, I realised they weren't real when you have 2 tarantulas in each tank ( tarantulas only go together to mate, the female would kill it after). That was disappointing, I was excited as i own tarantulas as pets.

    Overall a lovely set up.
    Written 14 April 2023
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