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The Happiest Place on Earth now exists in six locations around the globe. Take your kids to experience the magic of Disney on your next holiday at one of the Disney theme parks in California, Florida, Paris, Hong Kong, Shanghai or Tokyo. With 12 world-class Theme Parks, spread across these 6 global destinations, a visit to a Disney Park or Resort could take you to magical lands inspired by your favourite Disney, Pixar, Marvel or even Star Wars adventures. Kids will stand in awe as they meet all their favourite characters and enjoy the Disney-themed rides. Be sure to sing and dance along with Mickey, Minnie and all your favourites at one of the many Parades or Night-Time Spectaculars that only Disney can conjure. From Sleeping Beauty Castle to Peter Pan's home, you'll enter a world of fantasy at Disneyland that will delight the young and young at heart alike. And for those looking for a different kind of Disney Magic, there’s also the stunning Aulani – A Disney Resort and Spa in Hawaii, or a phenomenal Disney Cruise Line sailing that offer all the beloved Disney experiences in a non-Theme Park setting.

Enjoy browsing through our packages and if you don't see the perfect Disney vacation idea for your family, give a friendly Escape Travel holiday expert a call and they'll be happy to tailor-make the ideal break for your family.

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Disneyland - Anaheim, California USA

Disneyland Resort in California is the original Disneyland Theme Park and the only one in the world to be built under the supervision of Walt Disney himself. This park boasts all the family favourites with a great selection of rides for little kids and out of this world inter-galactic Star Wars inspired adventures. Also on site is a separate Theme Park called Disney California Adventure Park, which is where the worlds of Pixar and Marvel come to life.  Here you'll find a number of fast paced thrills including Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! and Radiator Springs Racers as well as the famous Mickey Mouse Ferris wheel.

Top Rides

It’s a Small World in Fantasyland

Space Mountain in Tomorrowland

Pirates of the Caribbean in New Orleans Square

Don’t Miss

Frozen – Live at the Hyperion at Disney California Adventure Park

Fireworks at Sleeping Beauty Castle

Best Time to Visit

Any time of year is ideal for a magical Disneyland adventure. Mid week is generally quieter and always try to avoid public holidays. Summer (June to August) is when the park is at its peak in terms of hours and entertainment but also attracts big crowds. December is a magical time to visit as the  entire Resort celebrates the holiday season.

Where to Stay

It is really up to you and your family where you choose to stay on your Disneyland holiday. However, it is worth noting that Anaheim is about an hour’s drive from Los Angeles. Choose to stay in the heart of the action at one of the three hotels of the Disneyland Resort. That way, you will experience the Disney magic all day, plus you will have quick and easy access to both Theme Parks and the Downtown Disney District. One benefit you will also receive is the Extra Magic Hour, where you will have one hour early admission to one of the Theme Parks each day, with valid admission Ticket.


Your local Escape Travel holiday expert can organise your Disneyland tickets for you. Just have a think about how many days you would like to spend at the park, however we generally recommend between 3 to 5 days to see it all. Choose to upgrade to a Park Hopper Ticket for access to both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park on the same day.  And, at Escape Travel, you can even purchase a 10-Day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Ticket at a small price difference to a 5-Day Ticket, allowing you the ultimate flexibility at an affordable price.


Walt Disney World - Orlando, Florida USA

Walt Disney World  is the most visited Theme Park destination in the world. You'll find four separate Disney Theme Parks within this forty acre world - Disney's Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park plus two additional Water Parks. With so much to do and see, there really is something for everyone at Walt Disney World, but be sure to set aside a number of days to explore this one of a kind Disney Destination.

Top Rides

Peter Pan’s Flight at Magic Kingdom

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Don’t Miss

Happily Ever After Fireworks at Magic Kingdom

Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

IllumiNations – Reflections of Earthat Epcot

Best Time to Visit

For a shorter line and less crowds, try to visit Walt Disney World midweek. Avoid the school holidays when you can and public holidays as well. Late August to early October is considered hurricane season, so visit in January to April for pleasant weather.

Where to Stay

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation at Walt Disney World, with 26 Disney-themed hotels on site. In addition to offering easy access to the Parks, a Disney Hotel stay provides guests with a wealth of added benefits. From extended Theme Park hours to complimentary resort transportation and parking, this is a great option for busy families.


Your local Escape Travel holiday expert can organise your Walt Disney World tickets for you. When choosing your tickets just remember to give yourself plenty of time as Walt Disney World Resort is huge. Consider upgrading to a Park Hopper Ticket for access to all four Theme Parks in one day, while the Park Hopper Plus option gives you the opportunity to splash out at the Water Parks as well.

Hong Kong Disneyland – Hong Kong

Hong Kong Disneyland features seven different worlds, where you can enjoy Disney-themed rides, shows and meet all your favourite characters. In addition to all the Disney classics, there are also a number of original rides and attractions to explore, exclusive to Hong Kong Disneyland. Enjoy Toy Story Land, where you can play in Andy's backyard with Woody, Jesse and Slinky the Dog, or brave the Iron Man Experience, where you can fight alongside Iron Man on a daring heroic mission across the entire Hong Kong cityscape.

Top Rides

Mystic Manor at Mystic Point

Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars at Grizzly Gulch

Hyperspace Mountain at Tomorrowland

Don’t Miss

Festival of the Lion King at Adventureland

Flights of Fantasy Parade at Main Street USA

Best Time to Visit

Choose to visit Hong Kong Disneyland during autumn or spring, to avoid the hot summer weather and the chilly winter days. It is also wise to visit mid week and steer clear of weekends when you can. Remember to check for any local public holidays, as these days are sure to guarantee big crowds.

Where to Stay

Hong Kong Disneyland offers three themed hotels, located just steps away from the park. Each hotel carefully caters to children and offers an assortment of Disney-themed services and facilities. The Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel even has its own outdoor Mickey Maze for active kids.


Your local Escape Travel holiday expert can organise your tickets to Hong Kong Disneyland for you. Choose to cram all your Disney-themed action into one day or take it at a more leisurely pace with a two day ticket.

Disneyland Paris – Paris, France

Spoil the kids on your Europe holiday by dropping in to Disneyland Paris. This Disneyland Park has many attractions and rides for little ones including the always popular Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and the classic Pirates of the Caribbean. You will also find a second Theme Park on site called Walt Disney Studios Park. Designed to enlighten audiences with the secrets of television and cinema, this theme park is fantastic for movie buffs of all ages.

Top Rides

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril in Adventureland

Big Thunder Mountain in Frontierland

Hyperspace Mountain in Discoveryland

Don’t Miss

Ratatouille: The Adventure in Walt Disney Studios Park

Disney Illuminations Fireworks at Sleeping Beauty Castle 

Best Time to Visit

For fewer crowds, try and avoid visiting Disneyland Paris on weekends or during school holidays. Do your research and double check if there are any public holidays during your getaway. You can visit the park all year round but weather wise, it is ideal to go in autumn or spring. Winters in Paris can be very cold, while summer has the potential to be quite warm.

Where to Stay

There are seven Disney-themed hotels to choose from at Disneyland Paris. A stay at one of these hotels will provide you with easy access to both parks with a free shuttle service as well as Extra Magic Hours for exclusive park access on certain days. Designed specifically for families, you will enjoy spacious and kid-friendly accommodation.


Your local Escape Travel holiday expert can organise your Disneyland Paris tickets for you. Just decide how many days you and your family would like to spend at the Happiest Place on Earth. We highly recommend upgrading your ticket to include a visit to the Walt Disney Studios Theme Park - after all you only live once!


Our Escape Travel Holiday Reviewer, Bianca Wordley and her family recently enjoyed a magical adventure to Disneyland. 

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