Spectacular, magical, fascinating, exciting, wonderful .... thousands of adjectives to describe this wonderful park. I had the opportunity to visit this year, in September and it was the best trip of my life. Since childhood I had always wanted to know the exciting world of my favorite characters as minnie, mickey mouse .... etc .... this year I was lucky enough to make that dream a reality, and I think this world is as magical now as when I admired it as a child on the television ... With tears in my eyes when I arrived at the gates of the wonderful princesses castle, fantastic attractions, the fantastic sets make it worth while...I mean... I will return with my children, to live the magic, and I have lived even late, but better late than never .... and especially with the 9pm show ... A 25 minute show that will leave you open mouthed, I have not seen such a beautiful in my life.
The Disney Village is a shopping, dining and entertainment centre positioned between the Disney hotels and Disney parks and Disney Studios. In this area you can find many restaurants, Disney stores, movie theaters and the show Buffalo Bill Wild West. To enter from the parks to the Disney Village you have to pass a security check, so sometimes there is a bit of a queue. The Disney Village is the ideal location to go when the parks are closed, especially in low season as they close early. In the area near to the hotel you can find the Panora Magique. You can also go for a balloon ride, rent strollers for and tour the area or even take the tourist train that goes around the area to see all the sites that you might have missed.
PanoraMagique is a captive balloon (actually, this balloon is the biggest balloon to be found in the whole world), from which you can see almost everything in EuroDisney from the air. It is situated between the hotels and the Disney Village and it reaches a height of more than 100 meters over Lake Disney. It has a capacity for 30 people.
If you like Texas food that seems like it is right out of a Western movie, this is your show. This is a themed dinner with a show in Far West style. You will see Horses, cowboys, Indians, and, of course, buffalo. You don't want to miss this show. The dinner is really nice and they even have you participate in the show (each tier is a different color and has some horses and cowboys assigned in a kind of competition). From the stands winners take to the stage and you can be part of the show. Eye problems to asthmatics, I warn you that the show is not recommended for people with these problems, as the sand dust and animals do not play a good pass. Would I recommend it? I think if you need to see Disney at least once to appease your curiosity, but keep in mind that the seats are very expensive (and would look at the thousands of deals out there online to get tickets much cheaper).