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Reviewed 13 October 2019 via mobile

I’ve always been a little underwhelmed by this park (compared to the original, which I’ve always loved). Now with seasonal closures & swathes being cleared for future expansion, there’s really not a lot to be fussed by. We all hope it will become great with future Marvel, Star Wars & Frozen lands, but for now... so meh.
Armageddon was always pants. The Cars ride is disappointing. The carpets on the flying carpet ride are either broken or the paint all scratched to hell. The choice of food (excluding some interesting street vendors) is pretty poor.
Ratatouille is great if you manage to get a Fast Pass and don’t suffer motion sickness. Tower of Terror isn’t my thing. The Backlot Tram has one excellent moment but a LOT of padding.
Here’s to future greatness...

Date of experience: October 2019
3  Thank stephenj67912
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Reviewed 13 October 2019 via mobile

Soooo I love this park and in the past it was my favourite. However to many of the shows etc were not open. Half the park is closed as building avengers rides. We did the park in half a day. I wouldn’t of been happy to of paid full cost to get in. Buzz light year meet and greet goes within seconds on the app which isn’t great. They need to re open all the shows etc to make this park amazing again!

Date of experience: October 2019
3  Thank Jade-orch
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Reviewed 11 October 2019 via mobile

After having been to the other parc the day before, this Parc was surprisingly nice as well. Decor is well thought through. The stunt show was especially spectacular.

Date of experience: October 2019
2  Thank 147sannev
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Reviewed 7 October 2019

Walt Disney Studios was my favourite park 10 years ago when I last visited as a kid, however now I find the park now to be quite poor in comparison. The only real reason we visited was to ride the Tower of Terror which was excellent and to see Stitch live! We made the mistake of not using extra magic time for this park and missed out on riding on the Crush ride. The ratatouille ride is excellent and there are quite a few places to grab some quick food. The tram ride is worth doing especially if you haven't done it before.

The park feels quite claustrophobic as it is smaller and quite a bit is corned off/closed for refurb, so there are a lot of people in a smaller area.

It is a shame the rock and rollercoaster is now closed, would have loved to go on that again but unfortunately was not able to visit before closure.

Date of experience: October 2019
2  Thank soph_ydg
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Reviewed 7 October 2019

The place is pure magic and the level of detail is amazing. The park opens at 10 and closes at 20. You can complete the whole park in less than 8 hours.

Although the park has 9 main attractions + meet and greets, for adults (I am 39)
the must-visit attractions are 4:

1. Twilight zone tower of terror (has fast pass)
2. Crush & Coaster
3. RC Racer
4. Ratatouille (has fast pass)

Bonus:
- Lilo and Stitch interactive show. It think it was a fun interaction between the video, the presenter and the audience (mostly families with their kids)
- The Studio Tram tour with the special effects canyon and a devastated city. It was fun to take pictures of the special effects.

The remaining attractions are nice, but nothing that i haven't seen in other parks, considering the ticket's price.

TIP: Fast pass
I recommend using the Fast pass (THAT IS FREE). It gives you a 30 minutes time frame to go through a special line with almost no waiting time. Certain attractions support it. Do not confuse with the Super / ultimate Fast pass, which is paid). I recommend going to the attractions supporting fast pass as first activity when entering the park and then go to a ride that doesn't support it.

Fast pass rules: You can get another fast pass after 2 hours OR when the 30 minutes time frame of your current fastpass starts.
For example, go to twilight zone and get the fast pass. It will give you a time frame to go to the fastpass line. In the meantime, go to Crush and Coaster ride. if 2 hours have passed since you got the fastpass for the twilight zone (or you are in the timeframe of 30 minutes to enter the Twilight zone), get a fastpass for Ratatouille.

Meet and Greet with Toy Story Characters
If you want to have a meet and greet with the characters, you must book them through Lineberty app. I didn't knew about this and everything was booked for the day.

Eating at the park
This park had a lot of regional cuisine from different countries and the lines weren't that long. I prefer this park over Disneyland, as options to eat are numerous, while at Disneyland you will only find hot dogs / starbucks alike coffees or Restaurant lines always crowded. Warning: prices are not cheap. 14 euros a DESSERT PLATE SIZE German food (coleslaw, 1 tiny piece of sausage, a thumb size potato and a tiny pork piece of meat) with 1 glass of beer.

TIP: If you are at Disneyland park and have a both parks ticket, i recommend going to Walt Disney Studios to have a meal. It will be less crowded and there are numerous food trucks.

Date of experience: October 2019
4  Thank Juan Pablo C
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