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    Hi, we went to Disneyland 3 years ago, we bought a 3 day
    Pass which I think was not nearly enough time, we could
    easily have spent 2 full days at California Adventure park and 3 days at Disneyland. Hope this helps. almost 6 years ago

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    I fully concur. If tHis is a 'once in a lifetime' visit, you really need about 4 days to see both. almost 6 years ago

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    No almost 6 years ago

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    No way. It takes longer than a day to see one. Unless your the type who wants to tick boxes. almost 6 years ago

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    Hi, I went to Disneyland at the end of september this year and I only had one day and visited both parks. Yes you can visit both all in one day. You can buy a park hopper ticket for $125 for an adult a one day one park ticket is $87.

    If you have the time as the above people have said it is nice to spend a few days but if you don't have time a park hopper is worth it especially with the opening of cars land almost 6 years ago

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    We always do 5 days. One day is too rushed. If you can only do 1 day, plan on spending the whole day in lines almost 6 years ago

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    In theory, yes, you can visit both parks in one day with a multi-park pass. But you will waste a lot of time travelling, and you will miss huge portions of both parks. almost 6 years ago

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