A tour of Disneyland Paris: Fantasyland
Written by Robert Niles
After our tour through Le Chateau de la Belle au Bois Dormant this morning, let's take a look at some other highlights in Fantasyland at Disneyland Paris.Tweet
We'll focus on your next-favorite sight in the land (according to Theme Park Insider reader ratings), and another attraction unique to Paris, Alice's Curious Labyrinth.
As you might expect, the directions through this maze are perfectly clear.
Though plenty of characters are here to greet you along the way.
Though some are less happy to see us, I suppose.
Don't miss the opportunity to climb up the tower.
You'll find some wonderful views up here.
Here's a great aerial view of the Disneyland Paris Resort from the tower in Alice's Curious Labyrinth. From left to right, you can see the Disneyland Hotel, the castle, the Tower of Terror, Big Thunder and the construction cranes for the Ratatouille ride at the Studios. (Click the image for a high-res version.)
Once you're back down on Earth, perhaps you'd fancy a bite to eat? I love the motto on Toad Hall Restaurant.
Fantasyland's Auberge de Cendrillon is the most expensive restaurant in Disneyland Paris (even more than Walt's). But if you want to dine with a princess, this is the place to go. "Cinderella's Inn" serves a 64 € Menu for adults that includes a cocktail (with actual alcohol!), amuse bouche, foie gras, choice of main course, and dessert. Not to mention visits from all the princesses. (The child's Menu is 29 € and, obviously, does not include the booze. Or the foie gras.)
Looking for something less expensive? Pizzeria Bella Notte serves the same menu as Colonel Hathi's Pizza Outpost, which we reviewed in our Adventureland tour. And Au Chalet de la Marionette is Pinocchio's, with the same old burger and hot dog menu.
Here are the rest of the Fantasyland attractions in Disneyland Paris. Click through the read other readers' ratings and reviews (or to submit your own):
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