Started by DisneyManiac, May 06, 2013, 06:45:14 PM

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When I first started visiting Disneyland Paris in 2003 it was DLRP but I am used to saying DLP now. It is confusing for most guests who are not big fans and don't follow the park news daily. It has had so many names.
Massive Disneyland Paris fan and owner of Magical Disneyland Paris - www.magicaldlp.co.uk


It used to be DLRP ie Disneyland Resort Paris now it's changed to DLP - they've dropped the Resort.


I've been visiting since 1992 & often still refer to it as Eurodisney I'm afraid. just like Starbursts are Opal Fruits  & Snickers are Marathons  ;)

there are still references to Eurodisney around the park on posters & things anyway.


Quote from: Festival Disney on May 06, 2013, 08:12:45 PM
I believe most people use DLRP to refer to the whole resort area, whilst DLP is used for Disneyland Park.
Yes, this is what I do.

DLRP = Disneyland Resort Paris
DLP = Disneyland Park
WDS = Walt Disney Studios

I think it was much better when the whole resort was called DLRP, since DLP can be Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Park and Disneyland Park in California.

Just a fun fact, in Sweden most people still call it Euro Disney since we havn't had much (as far as I know) ads and commercials since the mid-90s when pretty much all Disney VHS had a commercial from Euro Disney Paris.

But it was fun to see the new Disneyland Paris commercial at Cartoon Network last week. All in Swedish :)
My previous Disney trips:
Tokyo Disneyland: March 1998
Walt Disney World: March 2008 /*\ New Years 2011 /*\ April 2013 /*\ October 2015
Disneyland Paris: September 2013 /*\ July 2015
Disneyland California: August 2016 (Honeymoon)

Upcoming trips:
Disneyland Paris: Spring 2020?
Walt Disney World: 2021 or 2022
Hong Kong Disneyland: -
Shanghai Disneyland: -

captain rocket

When you see various ITV programmes giving away prizes still sometimes refer to Eurodisney you realise what confusion all this name changing causes!