GOING to Disneyland Paris is a magical experience – but there can be a lot of waiting around.
A Disney expert has shared the most time-saving tip for families going through ride and restaurant queues.
Travel planner Martin Ross explained that visitors should learn to say the number of people they have in their group in French.
It’s a common question in ride queues and at restaurants, and by answering quickly in French it can help speed the process up.
Martin told Sun Online Travel: “Try and learn a little bit of French – it doesn’t have to be a lot.
“Just learn to say the number of people in your group – that’s the question you’ll get asked every time you go on a ride or to a restaurant.
“No one’s expecting you to be fluent, but Brits abroad have a reputation for trying to communicate by saying everything loudly and in English, or just expecting everyone to speak English.
“But knowing your group number in French will be so helpful, especially as not all the cast members speak English but they do all speak French.”
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“Staff also really appreciate the effort you’ve made to learn it, and for most families their kids learn French school so it’s fun for them to get to teach their parents.”
On the same theme, Martin suggested people with food allergies should print out a piece of paper with them written on in French to help them at restaurants.
He said: “Translate your allergies to French and print them on a piece of paper because if you get a server who can’t speak English, it’ll be a lot quicker to just show them what the allergy is.
“It helps speed things up not just for your family, but for everyone behind you.”
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