Disneyland Weather October Averages, France
By October, the autumnal weather has arrived in Disneyland in Paris, France. The temperatures drop; there is more rain seen and far less sunshine each day. Autumn can be a much more pleasant time of year to visit the resort than in the summer, though, as there are less people and the queues tend to be much shorter. Cooler weather will also make it more pleasant to stroll around.
The afternoon temperatures in October range around 16°C, a daytime high that is also observed in April. At night, the mercury drops to an average of 8°C, the first time it has been in the single digits since April. Both the average daily high and average daily low keep decreasing throughout the month. October 1 is the warmest day of the month with a high of 18°C and a low of 10°C, while October 31 is the coldest day with highs around 13°C and lows around 6°C. The average temperature is now 12°C, which is much cooler than the 17°C average in September, but still a lot more pleasant than the 7°C average in November.
The amount of rainfall per month doesn't vary drastically in the course of the year and October receives approximately the monthly average. It gets 50mm of precipitation, spread out over 13 days of rainfall, take a look at the weather forecast to help plan your trip. The chance that you will experience rainfall, however, does increase in the course of the month. October 1 is the driest day of the month with a 49% chance; October 31 is the wettest day with a 56% chance. Rainfall almost without exception occurs as moderate rain. It is observed on no less than 74% of the days with rainfall. Light rain, drizzle and thunderstorms might occur as well, but are far less likelyhey happen respectively on 11%, 7% and 6% of the rainy days.
The number of sunshine hours drops greatly in October. Now, there are only 4 hours of sunshine per day, a two-hour decrease since September. Only November, December, January and February receive even less sunshine.
Another something that drops is the length of the days. With 11.38 hours of daylight, October 1 is the longest day of the month. The shortest day is October 31, with 9.56 daylight hours. This is a day-to-day decrease of 3.3 minutes.
The last important weather data is cloud cover. This increases greatly in the course of October. The skies in the beginning of the month have a 63% cloud cover, while at the end of the month there is a 79% cloud cover.
The magnificent luxurious 4-star Vienna International Dream Castle Hotel gives you the chance to feel like a member of a European royal family. Designed like a grand historic palace, this hotel has all the elegance and style of a medieval royal residence and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. Amenities and services are plenty and include a heated indoor pool, massage therapies, a whirlpool, sauna and steam bath, a fitness centre, indoor and outdoor play areas, a Disney store, free parking and Wi-Fi. You can enjoy great French and European cuisine in the Musketeer's Restaurant and kick back with a cocktail or whiskey in the Excalibur Bar.
The Auberge de Cendrillon is probably one of the best eating venues in the park. Based on Walt Disney's classic 'Cinderella', this fairytale establishment features a pumpkin carriage, stunning interior decorations and a downright marvelous exterior. It's an incredibly enchanting place to have lunch or dinner. It's rather expensive, though, but the menu is extensive and the French haute cuisine superb.
Compared to the Auberge de Cendrillon, the Sports Bar is on the opposite side of Disneyland's dining spectrum. This down-to-earth American-style sports bar is filled to the brim with sports-related items and pictures. Located in Disney Village, it offers traditional pub food, such as sandwiches, hamburgers, fish and chips, pastas and pizzas, and has an extensive bar menu.
October is the month of Halloween and Disneyland Paris offers a number of events that celebrate that scary holiday. For a whole month of spooky thrills, there is Disney's Halloween Festival. The month-long event sees the resort dressed up in Halloween gear. There's a trick-or-treat parade, a whole host of Disney villains and spooky characters all out for some fun, as well as Minnie Mouse leading a parade of Halloween festivities.
Additionally, on the night itself, guests that can handle a scarier time are invited to join in with Disney's Halloween Party. The party starts after the park closes, so guests can enjoy a spooktacular time.
For the younger guests, though, who won't enjoy the frights of Halloween, there is also Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. Dress up in costumes and dance the evening away with some of Disney's famous faces. There's plenty of entertainment planned for this one.
Of course, all other attractions and rides are open as well in October!