This summer, Disney magic and savings are combining for an enchanting offer that’s hard to resist. The Walt Disney Travel Company is rolling out a special deal for UK families driving to Disneyland Paris, and here’s the fairy-tale twist: free ferry crossing courtesy of P&O Ferries! So pack up the car, grab your Mickey ears, and set sail on a cost-effective journey from Dover to Calais, typically costing £80 one-way, now free when booking a holiday package.

Booking through the Disney Holidays Website ensures all the magic is seamlessly bundled. Choose from a cozy stay at the rustic Davy Crockett Ranch or indulge in luxurious comfort at the five-star Disneyland Hotel. Each package includes accommodation at one of eight Disney-themed hotels, tickets to both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, return travel with P&O Ferries or Le Shuttle, and extras like unlimited luggage allowance and free hotel parking. Prices start at a magical £130 per person per night.

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Excitement is bubbling over at Disneyland Paris with a line-up of must-see events and attractions. This spring, step back into the much-loved “It’s A Small World” boat ride. From June 8, Pixar’s new musical extravaganza takes center stage, whisking guests through the beloved worlds of Toy Story, Monsters Inc., and Finding Nemo. Not to be missed is the sparkling Marvel Avengers Campus, drawing you into the heart of heroism. And let’s not forget the Disney Dreams night-time spectacular that lights up the Sleeping Beauty Castle with fireworks and magical stories.

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Creating memories at Disneyland Paris has never been so accessible and thrilling for UK visitors. So why not make your family’s Disney dreams come true? Book your fairy-tale holiday today and enjoy a free, smooth sail with P&O Ferries as part of your adventure.

We’d love to hear about your Disney plans! Share your thoughts and past experiences in the comments below, and don’t forget to share this deal with friends and family. After all, magic is best enjoyed together!

(Original story by Léonie Benhamouche for MyLondon. For the full article, visit [getwestlondon](