Holidaymakers planning a magical trip to Disneyland Paris are in for a delightful surprise! A new collaboration between the Walt Disney Travel Company and P&O Ferries offers free ferry travel, making the journey to the enchanting theme park both fun and affordable. Visitors driving to Disneyland Paris can enjoy complimentary ferry crossings with P&O Ferries, but be quick—this offer is only available for those who book by July 1st.

This fantastic deal is valid for arrivals at Disneyland Paris from now until September, including the bustling summer holiday season. When booking through the Disney Holidays website, guests can choose from a wide range of packages that include stays at Disney-themed hotels, admission to both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, and return travel with P&O Ferries or Le Shuttle. With eight magical hotels to choose from, like the self-catering cabins at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, prices start at just £145 per person per night.

The ferry crossing to Calais takes a mere 30 minutes, enough time to relax and enjoy the onboard facilities. Passengers can stretch their legs, savor delicious snacks, indulge in a bit of shopping, or let the little ones burn off energy in the play areas. Once you arrive in Calais, a three-hour drive will take you straight to the wonder and magic of Disneyland Paris. You’ll breeze through border checks at Dover, making the drive off the ferry and onto your Disney adventure smooth and seamless.

At Disneyland Paris, expect to be charmed by five enchanted lands, headlined by the iconic Main Street USA and Fantasyland, where Disney princesses come to life. Thrill-seekers can brave rides like Pirates of the Caribbean and Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain, while younger visitors will be entranced by Dumbo the Flying Elephant and It’s a Small World.

For those who prefer flying, there are notable deals starting at around £144 per person per night, including flights, accommodation, and tickets, offered by TUI from Manchester Airport, and Jet2holidays. Regardless of your travel choice, advance booking is essential as park tickets can sell out quickly, particularly during peak times.

Do you have thoughts or tips on making the most out of a Disneyland Paris trip? Share your experiences in the comments! And if you found this news exciting, don’t forget to share it with family and friends who might benefit from this magical ferry travel offer.

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