Plan uw Disneyland bezoek zorgvuldig in de kerstperiode!
Redacteur: Lynn van der Velden, gepubliceerd op 3 december 2019
Our Disneyland and Disney California Adventure vacation planning guide covers Christmas, Star Wars Land, crowds, best restaurants, hotels in Anaheim, saving money on tickets, and tips & tricks. (Updated November 22, 2019.) Now through January 6, 2020 is our favorite time of year at Disneyland–Christmas! The holiday season is truly something special in both parks, Downtown Disney, and the resorts. We cover what makes this our favorite time of year in our Ultimate 2019 Guide to Christmas at Disneyland, which also offers specific strategy and advice for the most wonderful time of year. If you’re visiting between now and the end of 2019, you’ll need as much strategy as you can get. We aren’t the only ones who think Christmas is the best time of year. December is unquestionably the most popular and crowded month at Disneyland and DCA, as locals and tourists flock to the parks for entertainment, holiday overlays, seasonal food, and so much more. With this guide, we’ll help you beat the crowds and get the most out of your visit to Disneyland, whether you’re going for Christmas or any other time of year… We are Disneyland Annual Passholders, and we update this post monthly with major changes. For more breaking news and essential updates, sign up for our free email newsletter. That covers the latest changes, construction updates, events, and more info on the parks. Suffice to say, a ton has changed at Disneyland, even since the beginning of the year. Towards the bottom, we have a section titled ‘What’s New & Next for Disneyland in 2019 & 2020.’ This is regularly updated, and gives you an idea of when you might want to visit if you’re still choosing dates, trying to find the best time in terms of special events, new rides, and more. Despite there only being two parks at Disneyland Resort, there’s a lot to know. It may seem silly to point this out, but this planning guide applies to the Disneyland Resort. The one just south of Los Angeles, in Anaheim, California. If you are visiting Florida, please consult our Walt Disney World Trip Planning Guide instead.