Disneyland Paris: Exploring Adventureland
It may be Paris, but somehow Disney has managed to bring the jungle to the City of Love. In this podcast we bring you Disneyland Paris’s Adventureland. This land begins with the streets of Agrabbah, only Disney’s Aladdin wasn’t even a hit film until after the attraction was designed, constructed and opened. While adjoining Frontierland has no Tom Sawyer Island, this land offers an Adventure Isle of its own for play and discovery. This Adventureland also was the first of a Disney Magic Kingdom-style park to NOT include a Jungle Cruise. But it does offer Disney’s first 360 Loop coaster–and at one time a backward-riding journey. And don’t forget Pirates of the Caribbean, which took all of the favorite, beloved scenes from Disneyland and Walt Disney World and put them into a new sequence all of its own. Come see a very different Adventureland, one that truly helps to set Disneyland Paris apart.
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At the entrance you get a Northern Africa sensibility with a sort of Moroccan Bazaar that eventually leads to a Central African motif. Here you find Sinbad, but long before such an attraction showed up in Tokyo Disney Sea. It’s also one that embraced Disney’s Aladdin after the film premiered.
Pirates of the Caribbean
- The Fortress Queue
- Blue Lagoon
- Fortress Hoist
- Flooded Fort
- First Plunge
- Pirate’s Cove
- Puerto Dorado on Isla Tesoro
- Burning Village
- Dynamite Plunge
- Dead Man’s Caverns
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