Disneyland Paris Planning Guide: Essential Apps To Download For Your Next Trip
When you're in Disneyland Paris, the last thing you want to do is to be on your phone all day. But did you know there are some apps that can help you get more out of your trip? Make sure to have these essential FREE apps downloaded before your trip.
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NHS Covid App or Tous Anti Covid App
At the time of writing, a vaccine pass is required to enter Disneyland Paris for guests aged 16 and over. To make things as simple as possible, guests can upload their vaccination records on either the NHS Covid app, or the French equivalent TousAntiCovid. We highly recommend downloading this app and uploading all the relevant information before your trip.
For the latest requirements to enter the parks, please visit Disneyland Paris' official website here
The Disneyland Paris Official App
The Disneyland Paris app is an excellent tool you'll want to make use of on your next trip; Find useful information such as wait times, park hours (including Extra Magic Time) and show times. You can also make reservations at table-service restaurants, book premier access tickets and view a detailed park map. Make sure to download the app before you head to the parks.
This one is just for iOS users. MagiPark is a great app for viewing attraction wait times. It uses a traffic light colour system, helping you see clearly which rides have long or short wait times. If you're an android user don't worry, the Disneyland Paris app has accurate wait times and will do the job.
Use the Lineberty app to jump into virtual queues for certain shops, attractions and character meets. Lineberty is not part of the official Disneyland Paris app however, and needs to be downloaded separately. Even though Lineberty is not used as much as it was before the pandemic, things are always changing in Disneyland Paris, so it's worth having this app on your phone.
If you like to keep up to date with what's happening in the parks, we would highly recommend following 2 accounts on Twitter: @DLPReport & @ED92Magic. They post regular updates throughout the day including rare characters that may be out for meet and greets and any new merchandise or snack releases.
That's our list of essential apps to download before your next trip to Disneyland Paris. Did we miss any? Let us know in the comment section below.
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