Travelling after Brexit
We know you might be thinking about the impact of Brexit on your holiday, so we want to reassure you that Disney are committed to helping you, whatever the future may hold.
The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31st January 2020 and the transition period ended on 31st December 2020. Whether you already have a booking with us or are thinking about your upcoming holiday, here are our commitments to you whether you're travelling to Walt Disney World, Disneyland Paris or onboard Disney Cruise Line:
Top Tips & Travel Advice
Our great tips when planning your Disney holiday:
Buy your Disney Park tickets in the UK before you travel
Our multi-day tickets are guaranteed better value than buying at the gate, with great Disney extras such as Memory Maker included!
Enjoy peace of mind with a Disney Dining Plan
Our fixed-price dining plans help you budget in advance and offer better value than buying on-the-go - upgrade to enjoy even more great savings! Remember, onboard Disney Cruise Line all your meals are included as standard!
Spread the cost of your Disney holiday
Book now to enjoy a low deposit, then pay the balance in easy instalments with our flexible payment options.
Don't forget we have Disney Cruise Line sailings from the UK
Book a cruise sailing from Dover to enjoy Disney on your doorstep.
Our helpful travel advice for UK passport holders to keep your holiday worry-free:
- On the day of travel, UK passports must have at least six months until date of expiry and be less than ten years old (even if it has six months or more left)
- UK nationals are allowed to spend up to 90 days over a 180-day period in the EU without the need for a visa
- When travelling by car, remember to allow sufficient time to obtain a Green Card from your insurer to prove you have the minimum insurance cover required for driving in France
- Please check all local requirements when driving in the country, including the need to have a GB sign clearly displayed on the rear of your vehicle, either in the form of a sticker or as part of the license plate - you may also need an International Driving Permit
- European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC) will be valid until date of expiry. Once expired, you may be eligible to apply for a UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC)
- You should take out travel insurance to ensure you are adequately protected whilst on holiday - this should include cover for costs associated with health care and any compensation related to travel cancellations or delays
- Customs may check if you have a return or onward travel ticket and enough money for your stay
- Rules around mobile data roaming have changed and you may face charges when using data roaming abroad; please check the data roaming policy of your mobile phone provider for more information
- The pet passport scheme is no longer valid for travel in the EU and you will need to obtain an animal health certificate (AHC) for your pet
For up-to-date travel advice visit the UK Government website at www.gov.uk/transition.
See all of our frequently asked questions about Brexit:
FAQs for guests travelling to Disneyland Paris
FAQs for guests travelling to Walt Disney World