Time is of course particularly short on a day trip to DLP, which is why you should think carefully about what things you really want to do. In this case, it makes most sense to ask you the following questions: Which attractions do I want to visit? Where do I want to eat? What should I not miss under any circumstances? The various functions of our website will help you to answer these questions; For example, you can find an overview of the various restaurants here.
When the important questions have been answered, you can make a restaurant reservation if you don't want to waste time waiting for a seat in your favorite restaurant. However, you should consider carefully whether you would like to spend 1 1/2 to 2 hours in the restaurant on a stay of just one day or whether you would rather be satisfied with a burger or sandwich that day.
The use of the Premier Access system also makes a lot of sense on a day trip, because it makes it easy to avoid long queues. Some attractions also have a single rider line, which also helps to reduce waiting times.
In general, it can be said that a Parkhopper ticket, which you can use to switch between the two parks as often as you want in a day, is very unlikely to be worthwhile for day visitors, because you will certainly have difficulties, especially on a first visit, to experience all the attractions in both parks within a single day. The 1-Park ticket is therefore cheaper and makes more sense, although you should of course decide in advance which park you want to visit. You can find the right overview of the tickets here.
How fast you advance with your plan once you are in the parks depends of course on the crowd. If you can, you should avoid the weekend for your trip to Disneyland Paris and, if possible, schedule your visit to a Tuesday or Thursday. Experience has shown that these two days are the least crowded, especially if you choose a day outside of school holidays.
The dlp.info tip: Despite the little time you have on site, you shouldn't rush through the park just to visit this or that attraction. Take the time to really experience and enjoy the great atmosphere, because that's what makes Disney magic.