I've been to every Disney in the world, with the exception of Shanghai Disney. This wasn't by design. California and Florida were intentional, when our kids were younger. Then, when we went to Hong Kong and Tokyo with our daughters, going to the Disney parks was something they wanted to do, and they were always good sports about doing all the things my husband and I wanted to do, so we accommodated their wishes, too. When we were in Paris, that was, at the time, the only Disney we hadn't visited. (Shanghai wasn't open yet.) Our girls really wanted to go, so we did.
Anyway, I'd rank them in this order:
- WDW So much to do. Has many parks, including the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Disney Studios (or whatever they're calling it these days), several water parks, Downtown Disney, and Pleasure Island. It's not just "rides." There are some very entertaining shows, too. It's easy to spend 5 or 6 days at the parks and not repeat activities. In addition, Universal Studios is nearby. While in the area, there are other things to do, too. Some that we've done include swimming with manatees in Crystal River and visiting Cape Canaveral/the Kennedy Space Centre. If I won a free two-week trip to WDW, I'd have zero difficulty filling my time. I have friends in St. Petersburg and in Orlando I could visit, also.
- Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea. I rank this second only because of the Disney Sea part. It's the only Disney Sea in the world. We spent two days--one at Disneyland and one at Disney Sea, and that was enough.
- Disneyland California and California Adventure. This is good for two to three days, but there are also Universal Studios and Knott's Berry Farm nearby.
- Hong Kong Disney. This is a very small Disneyland, and there aren't very many of the "big" attractions, other than Space Mountain. However, it has a special charm. We were there right before Chinese New Year, so everything was decorated for that, and there were parades and performances with a Chinese New Year theme.
- Disneyland Paris. This has two parks, but I found one day for both parks more than enough. If one has never been to another Disney park, then one day each could be justified. It lacked the charm of the other Disneys, and I didn't care for the smoking and the lack of cleanliness and orderliness that other Disneys have. I mean, I don't expect every place I travel to be clean and orderly. I'm not a fusspot like that. But one of the pleasant things about going to Disney parks is that they typically aren't full of trash, graffiti, cigarette butts, etc. I also found the crowd control to be lacking here. Disney is a master at moving people efficiently and making lining up an entertaining experience. This didn't seem to be the case at Disneyland Paris.
Anyway, if I won a free trip to any of these, even Disneyland Paris, I'd go. (Hey, it would get me near Paris, right?) I don't think I've ever traveled anyplace where I didn't find something to enjoy or learn or wonder at or take photos of. So, unless it were a trip to, say, Afghanistan, I can't imagine turning down a free trip at all.