Packing for a holiday is stressful, I always worry that I have forgotten something. Hopefully this list will be helpful to you. If you have any other ideas, that I haven’t thought of, I would love to hear them.
Obviously the amount you can pack depends on how you are travelling. Travelling by car is ideal as you can take as much as you can fit in your boot. Eurostar are very lenient on the amount you can take. I have never had the amount of bags checked or any bags weighed on Eurostar but you do need to be able to carry it all onto the train and fit it in the luggage racks. When flying you need to check the luggage allowance with the individual airline.
There are a very limited amount of baby items for sale in the babycare centres in the parks but there is little choice and they are very expensive.
There is no pharmacy on site so I always take a small amount of basic first aid items.
There is a pharmacy at Val D’Europe shopping mall, which is one stop on the train from Disneyland. There is also a first aid department in the Disney Village if needed.There is also a large supermarket there if you would prefer to buy your snacks, drinks, baby items from there.For drinks and snacks there is a shop in the train station and also a shop in the Esso garage outside the Santa Fe Hotel.Lastly make sure you leave room for all your souvenirs and don’t forget your Mickey ears!Tags: Disneyland Paris packing Eurostar Mickey Mouse