Euro Disney’s shares rose after it announced sales in its latest quarter were up by 21 percent to 373 million euros.
That figure was however boosted by the sale of land under its shopping centre for nearly 50 million euros.
The theme-park just outside Paris attracted fewer Britons but numbers from France and Spain were up and visitors generally spent more.
Euro Disney chief executive Philippe Gas said: “Revenues grew by five percent versus the prior year, driven primarily by higher guest spending.”
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