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Swiss holiday that's NOT a France holiday

I want to go to Disney Paris
I'm thinking I'll go when Switzerland (Zurich) has a holiday but France does NOT.

My thought is - if I have a holiday ("free" day off work) and France has to work then the park will be less crowded then if France has a holiday as well.

Anyone have thoughts?
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Re: Swiss holiday that's NOT a France holiday

1st August? But that's the beginning of Summer holidays, so possibly bad idea.
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Re: Swiss holiday that's NOT a France holiday

I think you need to avoid the UK holidays (and Dutch, Belgium, German, Lower Slabobian, Irish, etc.) too.

Be careful, the French holidays are taken in three slices.
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Re: Swiss holiday that's NOT a France holiday

And remember, the French allegedly only work 35 hours a week...and then many are often on strike, SNCF, Air France, French air traffic controllers, airport bagage handlers, giving them so much more time off to enjoy Euro Disney and ruin your holiday!
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Re: Swiss holiday that's NOT a France holiday

Best to just take a normal weekday way outside of holiday seasons and preferably with shitty weather.
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