Favourite Ride is Paris?
Waht is your favourite Disneyland Paris ride?
What is your all time favourite disneyland paris ride? I am going again in 1 weeks time and I want to know what you think. For me it would have to be Space mountain!
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For starters, I think you meant "In" instead of "Is" in the title :)
Hey, Come on..Paris has been the favorite ride of lotsa people...especially those staying at a Hilton.
From David L.
Posted January 31, 2012 at 7:42 PM
I haven't been, but Phantom Manor, Crushes Coaster, Thunder Mt, Space Mt, and Pirates all look amazing there. The Pirates, Thunder mt, and Space Mt seem to be the best of all their duplicates. Then again, the dragon under the castle and the Disneyland Paris' theme probably is the real winner as one of the most lavishly themed parks in the world.
From Rob P
Posted February 1, 2012 at 9:41 AM
The ride home ?
Space Mountain has a great exterior in Paris, but I prefer the original version of the ride.
The Phantom Manor again, the same thing.
Never understood why people praise PotC at Paris, the only version I enjoyed was the one in California.
At the Studios, Crush's Coaster has such great theming in the ride loading area. The ride is basically just a spinning wild mouse in the dark, but good fun. Shame it only seems to be working half of the time and even during quiet days has at least an hour and half queue. People complain about TSM's queues, but at least it has FP.
Phantom Manor is a pretty good twist on the American ride.
I personally like (and its not an actual ride) is Alice's Curious Labyrinth. Its unique to this park and loads of fun!
I really liked both Phantom Manor and Pirates in Paris. Got off Pirates and went straight back around and on again.
DLP has the best Pirates version. The Dragon is very cool as well.
All the roller coasters at Disneyland Paris have inversions, including the Indiana Jones one.
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