Rated 4.9 out of 5
4.9 out of 5 stars (based on 55 reviews)
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Great DLP podcast

Rated 5 out of 5
June 18, 2017

We’ve been listening to other DLP podcasts for about a year now and this is a great addition for us to subscribe to. Informative and fun! Looking forward to the next one.

Peter Meredith

A most for anyone planning a visit

Rated 5 out of 5
June 6, 2017

We have just booked our DLP trip for August and found the Magical DLP podcast a fantastic resource for planning our trip, not to mention the interesting history of the resort and attractions. Very professional and well researched. Nice to hear a local accent on a podcast too as it seems Andrew is from my home town. Highly recommend podcast for anyone going to DLP or a fan of well formatted podcasts.

Carl mcall

Great podcast!

Rated 5 out of 5
May 31, 2017

I love how they tackle 1 topic each episode. And manage to stick to that topic as well. It’s nice to go through DLP on this way. Each topic get’s tackled fully from history to a possible imagined future. Also the participation with the listeners is great! Keep up the good work guys!!

Jojo VH

Amazing podcast!

Rated 5 out of 5
April 3, 2017

High quality podcast with dedicated episodes on attractions, shows and everything else found at Disneyland Paris! Although I’m a Disneyland Paris geek, I still learn some stuff each and every episode! The interview with Eddie Sotto (producer/designer of Main Street U.S.A.) is highly recommended!


Disneyland Paris Podcast a bit tedious

Rated 3 out of 5
January 17, 2017

Please don’t misunderstand me. I greatly appreciate the information since we are lucky enough to be traveling with my son’s family to Paris this summer, and I appreciate the information, but there were a few too many holes of “unknown info” in the Armeggedon episode, and the same ideas/thoughts/opinions were reiterated repeatedly during the broadcast. I practically grew up in Disneyland (my grandparents were there opening day, and I was there at age 5), plus my sons and grandchildren travel to WDW regularly. I am fascinated and excited to learn tips and tricks about how to best enjoy our upcoming Paris excursion. Please help us! How is it different? You did mention once about the “subtitles” in English in the Arm. Attraction. Since I truly am a stupid American who only speaks English, how does this work on other attractions? Are there assistive listening devices, or other methods? Do you have suggestions for meal plans or packages? THANK you so much! It appears that you are the only ones p-casting about Disneyland Paris, so we really need you!


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