BRITS who want to take advantage of the Easter school holidays can still bag a bargain break to Disneyland Paris from £214 per person.
The French theme park is currently having a sale on its holiday packages, with up to 35 per cent off.
Right now, there are cheap deals to Disneyland Paris from £214 per person for travel during the Easter school holidays.
All the deals are bookable via the Disneyland Paris official site.
The bargain break includes two nights at a Disney hotel, as well as either two or three-day park tickets for four people – depending on when you travel and which hotel you pick.
All the hotels are either within walking distance of the parks or have free shuttle service.
Even better – the deal is available on Easter weekend as well.
Sun Online Travel found that for departure on April 6, the first day of the Easter school holidays for most places, the cheapest deal is for the four-star Les Villages Nature Paris.
For two adults and two children, the package starts from £214.70 per person, and includes two night's stay and two-day park tickets to both parks.
Or if you want to spend more time in the parks, there's also a deal for the two-star Hotel Santa Fe, which includes three night's stay and three-day park tickets from £224.08 per person.
All you have to do is plug in your dates on the booking feature on Disneyland Paris' website.
And if you want to take advantage of the Easter bank holidays, the discount is also available.
For example, we found that for travelling on Good Friday (April 19), you can book a two-night stay at the three-star Sequoia Lodge from £249.82 per person.
It includes three-day park tickets for four people as well.
The deals are just in time for the new Captain Marvel pop up, which is coming to the park as part of the Marvel Season of Super Heroes from March 23 to June 16.
There will be a number of exclusive Marvel events around the park, including dance offs and character meet and greets.
Return flights to Paris can be found for as little as £107 per person with easyJet flying on April 6, while Eurostar prices start from £150 return per person.
A Disney insider revealed the secret spot in the park to see the princesses without the crowds.
Posted on a closed Facebook group, the characters often walk past Sleeping Beauty's Castle before the parades, making them easy to spot without lots of people.
Disneyland Paris is set to get even bigger, and is hoped to double in size by 2030.
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