Welcome back to Disneyland Paris, a resort which is rapidly getting back on track. We’ll lead with a bit of news. While the Walt Disney Company is in full reorganization to prepare for the integration of 20th Century Fox, we learn that Catherine Powell, president of Euro Disney since the spring of 2016, has left her office at Disneyland Paris to take the lead of the Western Region Division of the new unified branch of “Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products” under the leadership of Bob Chapek.

Cathrine will manage the development policy of the California, Florida, and Paris resorts, and all the merchandising for the United States and Europe. It’s a big promotion for her and we wish her the best.

In the meantime, Marvel Land is on the way to the Walt Disney Studios Park in 2020.

Huge changes are on the way to the Studios park. Last time we told you about the new mini lands which will be built at the back of the park. (Star Wars, Frozen and more)

The “Festival of Pirates & Princesses” is set up at Disneyland Park with decorations from previous years on Main Street USA. Some of the topiary are better placed than others.

Casey’s Corner is under exterior refurbishment.

On Central Plaza We find the most important change. The square is divided into 2 zones. On the Frontierland and Adventureland side you’ll find princesses with flower beds of pink and yellow. The Pirates are on the discoveryland side with aquatic symbols and eye patches on the lamps.

Pandora jewelry is now the official partner of the Disney Illuminations Show at Disneyland Paris.

In Adventureland, Pirates of the Caribbean and the Indiana Jones Coaster are doing well. The suspension bridge and part of Adventure Isle will soon reopen to visitors after several months of refurbishment.

The Theatre of “Frozen Sing-Along” and the “Forest of Enchantment: a Disney Musical adventure” is now being completely rebuilt.

Over at Phantom Manor, We can see the new roof frame on the right flanks of the building. In addition, the green spaces are being completely redone.

Since March 23rd, a printed tarp has been placed on the scaffolds to conceal the construction.

Let’s take a little parade break.

In Discoveryland we take a tour on the Autopia.

Headed our of the park, let’s stop in Disney Village, where Mickey Cafe Restaurant welcomes visitors with the Disney characters. It’s an Italian-inspired menu at €65 ($75 with tax).


Merci de votre fidélité. A bientôt! See ya real soon!  – Max DLPwelcome

(Source photo du Phantom Manor au 23 mars 2018: “Disneyland Live”)