A Halloween-Themed Day at EuroDisney
It’s no secret that October is my absolute favourite month of the year and Halloween my favourite holiday, so when myself and my friend Lyne started to talk about going to Disneyland to celebrate both of our birthdays we just couldn’t let the opportunity pass by.
I have been to Disneyland Paris only once before but honestly it seems like the more I go, the more I fall in love with the magical ambience that the park creates. It literally felt like being a Kingdom Hearts character for the day as we explored the colourful main street, the battlements of the castle as well as the various different worlds of Disney movies that the park enabled us to dive in and out of. Everything felt so immersive, especially because there were so many elaborately coordinated parades of colourful dancers, songs from all of my favourite childhood films playing around every corner as well as some of the most charming boutiques I have ever visited.
Of course going to EuroDisney means that I snapped a tonne of photos, especially of the Halloween decor so I’m super excited to share this festive October post with you guys! Oh and by the way there’s even going to be a vlog on my channel later this week 😉
I sometimes wish I could spend the rest of my life in October. Everything about this theme was so stunning. There were Mickey pumpkins decorating every lamppost on the main street and the flowers that framed each decoration had the most warming, autumnal colour-schemes, not to mention that the cute faces on all of the pumpkins scattered around the park really got me in the festive mood.
One of my favourite places was the little shopping mall we found on one of the side streets. Just look how pretty those lights are. It felt really like being transported to a whole other world or going back in time.
The boutiques inside the arcade had some really wonderful things like plushies, pins and even expensive ornaments depicting different caricatures from different Disney movies. There was also a lot of glassware and fine jewellery which was of course all Disney-themed! If I wasn’t moving around so much between apartments you can bet I would have my room decked out in all sorts of Disney homeware. Even though I couldn’t buy anything it was still really pleasant to get the immersive experience of the park and of course to feel inspired by the displays in each of the little shops.
One thing I was really looking forward to doing was going into the Haunted Mansion to do something spooky for Halloween but unfortunately it was under renovation the day we arrived. However that didn’t mean that we couldn’t admire it from afar while snapping some photos. Even the outside of it is really beautiful.
And that’s it for this post until the vlog coming up in the next couple of days. Be sure to head on over to Lyne’s blog if you guys are interested in Paris or in travel. She helps me so much with our blog and the photos that she takes are always amazing!
Thank you guys so much for reading. Let me know in the comments below if you’ve ever been to Disneyland Paris or even the ones in Japan/America!
That’s all from me for now and I’ll see you very soon in our next post. Bye!