The summer sun has disappeared,  but there are lots of great last minute deals cropping up on the internet for affordable autumn/winter getaways for you and your family, especially Disneyland Paris. If you're connecting through London, a family travel-favorite destination too, it's best to relieve  unnecessary stress before your flight by booking a night at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 hotel from Travelodge.

The availability of family rooms means that travelers can keep costs low and can ensure that the kids are ready for the outward flight the following day. Why rush around at home making sure you’ve packed everything, when you could just be minutes from the departure lounge? There are many  short-haul flights available from this bustling London airport, and the magical Disneyland Paris, is always a favorite.

The climate will be roughly the same as in the US, so be sure to pack accordingly. Still, the attractions that are here make up for the cool temperatures and will keep the kids happy for the entire sojourn. Fly from Heathrow to Paris. Twenty miles out of the capital, there's a new recreation resort, Marne-la-Vallee, which comprises of two theme parks, seven Disney-themed hotels and an entertainment district.

Disneyland Park is Europe’s most visited attraction; people of all ages love this magical kingdom. Whether you’re young, or young at heart, Disneyland Paris is a holiday not to be missed. Even if it’s just seeing the smiles on everyone's faces, it’s worth the money. Spend a day or two exploring Disneyland Park and its’ 49 attractions in 5 themed lands. Enjoy the arcades in Main Street, ride Big Thunder Mountain in Frontierland, scream with delight on the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril minetrain rollercoaster in Adventureland, spin on the Mad Hatter’s teacups in Fantasyland and have some laser fun with Buzz Lightyear’s Laser Blast in Discoveryland.

Families will need a full day to make their way around this park, make use of the Railroad that circles the perimeter, to ease any aching legs. A visit to Walt Disney Studios Park  is pretty special if you're looking for themed rides, like the RC Racer shuttle roller coaster. Try the spinning "Crush’s Roller coaster" or the Flying Carpets over Agrabah before catching a classic live show, Animagique, an attraction unique to this Parisian resort.

Spend an evening at the Disney Village and enjoy the entertainment such as restaurants , bars and shops Mickey’s Friends and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Dinner Show, all stay open after the park closes. A holiday in the spectacular Disneyland Paris resort is pretty memorable for families, and again, if you're stopping off in London, do  spend the night before of your departure in the terminal 5 hotel to keep the stress at an absolute minimum.

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