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Schools Out: Making Mid-Term Magical


Disneyland Paris Fireworks

Did you like our attempted use of alliteration in the title? We’re becoming increasingly poetic, don’t you think?!
Mid-term breaks can be a headache for a lot of parents. Trying to come up with ways to entertain your kids can be really difficult! There is only so much Cartoon Network they can watch, Disney films they can be mesmerised by, or computer games they can play. 
But have you ever thought of shipping (well, flying!) the clan off to Disneyland Paris for a few nights? Chances are you have, but you’ve always seen it as too much of a luxury and perhaps a little outside of your budget. 
Children Playing Disneyland Paris
Well, you will be glad to hear that we are bearers of great news…

Making Disneyland affordable for everyone: The Disneyland Paris Early Booker Offer 

This amazing offer means that early booking could result in you getting up to two days and two nights FREE at Disneyland Paris…that’s translates into a whopping 50% OFF the price of your trip to Disneyland Paris. 
The “book by” dates for this offer are as follows:
For arrivals from April 3 to April 26 and from May 3 to August 31, 2014; bookings may be made up to and including January 30, 2014.
For arrivals from September 1 to November 12, 2014; bookings may be made up to and including February 24, 2014.
For arrivals from November 13 to December 19, 2014 and from January 3 to March 31, 2015; bookings may be made up to and including April 15, 2014.
You can get more info on this great deal here.
Why going to Disneyland Paris at Mid-Term is great.......

Halloween Disneyland ParisDisneyland Paris during the October mid-term break 2014

October mid-term break of course falls around Halloween. Halloween is a spectacular time of year at Disneyland Paris. As you may know from previous blog posts, next Halloween, Mickey Mouse and all the Disneyland gang will be presenting the Halloween Harvest Festival…something which is sure to spook everyone from the very young to the very (and maybe not so very) old. 
From photo opportunities with your kids’ favourite characters to hopping on a ghost train to joining Mickey’s Mini Parade to - of course - attending the ultimate Halloween party, your kids are sure to have a mid-term they won’t forget for some time to come! 

Disneyland Paris during the February mid-term break 2014/2015

A trip to Disneyland Paris during the mid-term break is a great idea as a Christmas present. You could really get ahead of yourself and get your kids’ 2014 Christmas present before April…how’s that for organisation, eh?
As we’ve said in our blog post on the best times to visit Disneyland Paris, a trip to this magical land is a Christmas present most kids dream about. The excitement that ensues once realisation hits on Christmas morning is something that would make a great home video…think jumping on beds and running around the house screaming and chest-bashing in a Tarzan-like fashion. 

St. Patricks Day Disneyland ParisDisneyland Paris on Paddy’s Day 2014/2015

Ok, we know that this isn’t mid-term. However, Paddy’s day is an extra spectacular time of year to visit the land of Mickey and Minnie. This is the time of year the Disneyland Paris castle goes a very Irish shade of green…along with all the main Disney Characters! With Celtic music in the air, the place becomes so magical that you would half expect fairies to appear from thin air! 

Book early and make the saving! 

If you would like to avail of this great deal, get in touch with our Disney experts today on 01 8047160 who can take early bookings for travel dates up to 31st March 2015. For more Magical Disneyland Paris Deals see here.
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