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52 photos that show what Disney parks look like around the world

INSIDER Logo By Amanda Krause of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 53: 
  
    Disney
    resorts and theme parks can be found all around
    the world.
  
  In the United States, travelers can experience movie-themed
  rides and character parades at
  Walt Disney World in Orlando,
  Florida, and Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
  
  Fans can also experience the company's magic at three parks
  in Asia, including Tokyo
    Disney, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Shanghai Disney.
  
  Europe is home to its own Disney theme park, called
    Disneyland Paris.
  

  Whether you're in Europe, Asia, or North America, there are
  Disney destinations to experience all across the globe.

  Of course, each location is full of Disney magic, but no two
  parks are exactly the same. Cinderella's castle in Walt Disney
  World, for example, is only open to special guests and breakfast
  diners. But in Disneyland Paris, any park visitor can walk
  through the whimsical building.

  From Walt Disney's first-ever theme park in Anaheim, California,
  to the nautical-themed attractions in Tokyo, here's what Disney
  attractions look like around the world.

  • Disney resorts and theme parks can be found all around the world.
  • In the United States, travelers can experience movie-themed rides and character parades at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, and Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
  • Fans can also experience the company's magic at three parks in Asia, including Tokyo Disney, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Shanghai Disney.
  • Europe is home to its own Disney theme park, called Disneyland Paris.

Whether you're in Europe, Asia, or North America, there are Disney destinations to experience all across the globe.

Of course, each location is full of Disney magic, but no two parks are exactly the same. Cinderella's castle in Walt Disney World, for example, is only open to special guests and breakfast diners. But in Disneyland Paris, any park visitor can walk through the whimsical building.  Click through the slideshow above.

From Walt Disney's first-ever theme park in Anaheim, California, to the nautical-themed attractions in Tokyo, here's what Disney attractions look like around the world.

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