Originally Posted by ethansnan
Hello, this is my first post and im sorry if its not right.
I am due to visit disneyland paris shortley but due to a foot injury shall not be able to walk long distances. This is my 6th trip so am aware of the distances even from car park to entrance so wondered if it is possible to take a small electric mobility scooter into the park.
I am quite happy to hire in the uk and take with us in the car but didnt want to go to the expense if they are not allowed into the parks.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Yes, they are, the same as in the US.
I did not have a mobility scooter when I was at DLP 2 years ago, but was looking at things from a mobility point of view.
The Disneyland part of the park is not very accessible and you will need to leave the ECV for many attractions and/or use handicapped entrances. That park seemed tone very much like WDW was 20 years ago in terms of being easily accessible.
They do have a very nice Guidebook for Guests with Disabilities that is available at Guest Relations.
The Studio part of the park is newer and in almost all attractions, the main line/entrance was accessible.