LateRooms.com - Celebrate St David's Day at Disneyland Resort Paris
February 11, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsBreaking the news LateRooms.com reveals that for people staying at Paris hotels, a trip to the city's impressive Disneyland resort may be high on their list of priorities.
If they want to feel right at home during their visit, it may be worth going at the beginning of next month, as the theme park will be celebrating St David's Day with a special Welsh festival.
From March 5th to 7th, the park and village will be transformed to try and capture the rolling green hills and lush valleys of the British Isles.
According to the official website, "Disney icons Mickey and Minnie will don their best Welsh-themed outfits for the occasion" and there will be all kinds of music, dancing, culture and crafts on offer.
"The Welsh spirit soars with a traditional Welsh Choir, face-painting and fireworks - it's a red, white and green as you've never, ever seen," organisers add.
For a true taste of the UK, holidaymakers can also watch a performance from a Welsh Male Voice Choir that will take place throughout Friday and Saturday by the Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Visitors are advised to book tickets through their travel agent and are also reminded that during the event, children under the age of 12 can stay and play at the resort for free.
Jessica Reading, head of marketing for LateRooms, commented: "Demand for St David's Day at Disneyland Resort Paris is always significant and we recommend that anyone considering attending should book their hotel Paris as early as possible."
Some of the attractions that people can enjoy at the resort include the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Space Mountain: Mission 2 and Big Thunder Mountain.