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World Showcase - France

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At A Glance France is the ninth country in our clockwise tour around the World Showcase, and sits in between Morocco and The United Kingdom.

France is the ninth country in our clockwise tour around the World Showcase, and sits in between Morocco and The United Kingdom.

As might be expected, the France skyline is dominated by a replica of the Eiffel Tower, however the streets which are (again as expected) kept spotlessly clean by Disney staff, are a long way from the streets of Paris itself.

The French pavillion is themed to resemble a pre-WW1 France, complete with buskers, mime acts and stret theatre.

As with many of the pavillions, France features a movie about the country. Titled Impressions de France it's well worth seeing at least once. The film shows many of the "attractions" of France, accompanied by music from Debussy, Offenbach and Satie. Note that the filmshow tends to get quite crowded from mid morning on but it's a nice air-conditioned setting to get away from the heat for a short while.

France it famous for it's food, and the pavillion does justice to the reputation, with a total of four restaurants.

The Bistro de Paris is an award winning full-service restaurant, featuring top quality French cuisine created by genuine French chefs daily. It's full-service environment and quality of presentation being reflected in a fairly high price per person.

Contrary to the name, the Chefs De France provides a more intimite Bistro experience than the Bistro De Paris, but it is an excellent restaurant, and one that shouldn't be missed.

Au Petit Cafe and the Boulangerie Patisserie are both pavement cafes offering various snacks and pastries for a more affordable price.

Next on the clockwise tour is The United Kingdom.



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