We wrote a review on our visit to Disneyland Paris last year, but recently returned a couple of weeks ago, whilst visiting one of our favourite campsites La Croix du Vieux Pont. Riley was adamant that we had to meet Mickey Mouse this time and so as soon as we arrived I booked a slot using the Lineberty App, which I had read about prior to our visit.
The app was really easy to use and you simply entered the number of guests and it provided us with a number along with an estimated waiting time. This meant that we could go and enjoy the rest of the park, without having to stand in line, and instead we could just wait for the app to inform us when it was time to meet Mickey Mouse.
As our Meet & Greet approached, we were sent a notification to inform us that it was almost our turn in the queue, so we made our way over to Toon Studios. I thought the whole system was a great idea and when we arrived at the meeting point there were only two other families in the line in front of us.
When it came to our turn, I felt that Mickey Mouse spent a really nice amount of time with the children. The experience didn't feel rushed at all and the photographer was also happy for us to take our own photos too (although we did end up purchasing the professional ones as well). It was a lovely moment that created some beautiful family memories of our visit to Disneyland Paris.
*Disclaimer - This post is based on our own experience of a Disneyland Paris Meet & Greet using the Lineberty App. Thoughts and opinions are my own. We paid for entry to Disneyland Paris ourselves.