The Main Street USA In Disneyland Paris Experience

The Main Street USA is located just at the enterance Disneyland Park in Paris.

Indeed, this is where the magic starts. And from here, we decided to start our adventure around the park by using the Disneyland Railroad.

The Disney Railroad

What To Expect From The Main Street USA

Basically, Main Street, USA. is a  themed area of Disneyland Park, which resembles a town of America in 20th century.

In this area, there is also Town Square.

It is the starting area where you can access the rest of the Park.

Main Street USA

Available also are the Main Street vehicles which includes a double decker bus and a horse drawn streetcar.

Here, there are characters for example Mickey Mouse that are available for a meet and greet.

I can’t forget to mention the beautiful parades that I found so spectaculars also took place around this area.

Main Street Disneyland Paris

Own Experience From The Street

While waiting to hop on a train which was being pulled by steam locomotive, we had a beautiful view of the street and what it entails.

Down the Main Street USA, is the world famous and the iconic Disney landmark Le Chateau de la Belle au Bois Dormant (French) or Sleeping Beauty’s Castle (English).

The Sleeping Beauty Castle

Along the walkways on either side of Main Street Arcades, there are numerous numbers of shops, cafes and restaurants.

At the end of the day, we had a dinner at Plaza Gardens Restaurant which is designed in an American colonial style.

Disneyland Paris

The restaurant have buffet with a variety of international cuisines.

Being guests of one the Disneyland hotels, it gave us an added advantage to have early and late access of the entire park.

Disneyland Paris at Night

A Travel Quote…

“Travel empties out everything you’ve into the box called your life, all the things you accumulate to tell you who you are”  Claire Fontaine

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