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We're looking at a one day trip to Disneyland Paris at the end of January, probably getting in around 11.00 and then staying until near park closing. We can only get a one day, one park ticket, according to the DLP website, so which park would you pick for a day trip? I'm leaning towards the Disneyland Park, as we weren't that impressed with the Studios last time.
Wow, that's a hard one. Of course the Disneyland Park feels so much more "Disney" than the Studios, but then again there a quite a few new attractions at the Studios Park worth checking out. I don't recall when you've been to DLP last so I don't know how many of the new attractions you already know... Let me just say that Crush's Coaster rocks! It's the best Disney ride I've ever been on, IMO. The Cars ride (like Tea Cups) isn't for me but looked fun for kids. Oh, and the Tower of Terror is scheduled to open later this year, too.
So, yeah, if you're curious to experience the new attractions, choose the Studios. Otherwise, you're probably better off opting for the Disneyland Park since it's got all the "Disney favorites" in it Good luck deciding!
That's my problem - I keep wondering whether to try the new attractions out at the Studios. However, I keep coming back to the fact that it's just not as Disney and if I want to go a park, I want it to be "Disney". Decisions, decisions!