How To Get to Disneyland From Paris, France

Disneyland Resort Paris is a recreation and holiday resort in Marne-la-Vallee in the eastern suburbs of Paris. Euro Disney is located 32 kilometers (19 miles) East of Paris and is good Disneyland Paris breaks idea. There's nothing like the Disneyland Paris holidays. A must for kids,visit Disneyland Paris will please all ages. Find your characters of your favorite Fairy tales, but, be careful not to be captured by the Pirates of the Caribbean. Discover the racing driver inside you with Lightning McQueen, say hello to Lion King.

The best time to visit Euro Disneyland in Paris is on weekdays outside public holidays and school vacations. The least-visited times seem to be September-October and May-June. A whole day is a good compromise to stay at Disneyland Resort Paris. Disneyland Paris prices are: adults, kids (3-11y )and infants are free.Euro Disneyland Paris is mainly French, but all menus and signs are also available in English and some in other languages. Disneyland offers various hotels in and around the park. Most are within easy walking distance from the Park Some of them offering special deals at times(for summer you can book ¾ night stay and get an extra night free including breakfast plus one more day to explore both Dysneyland Paris Parks in a Disneyland Paris Hotel or in Euro Disney hotels Hotel l'Elysée Val d'Europe) Restaurants and bars are very expensive. The cheapest food to do cheap Disneyland Paris can be bought at McDonald's. Bring something to drink into the park.

How Do I Get To Disney Land Paris?

Euro Disney By car:

 Disneyland Paris address GPS coordinates: 48°  52′ 19.92″ N, 2° 46′ 49.08″ E

Major roads in France have both a local Autoroute (A) number and a newer Euroroute (E) designation. If you are driving from the UK, note that France drives on the right. Euro Disneyland is ideally situated within easy reach of major International Motorway networks

The best way to get to Disneyland would be by car - it would take about 45 minutes if there was no traffic. Take the highway A4 (highway east). For the Amusement Park and the hotels, take the exit 14 "Val d'Europe, Park Disneyland". A104/A4 is a busy route and there is very often heavy traffic. Parking begins at 8€ per day, but is free if you stay at one of the park hotels. Car rental is available at Roissy/Charles de Gaulle or Orly airports or at the main Paris SNCF railway stations.

By ferry: from England or Channel Tunnel passengers driving from Calais: take the A26 through St. Omer toward Arras. From Arras, take the A1 (E15, or "autoroute du nord" ) heading south toward Paris. Turn off at exit 6, after Charles de Gaulle airport, onto the A104 (" la Francilienne"). This takes you to the A4 (E50, or "autoroute de l'est" ), which you should follow in the Reims direction.

Disneyland Paris RER:

The quickest way to get to Disneyland Paris to Paris is to take the RER A train. 
The Métro will take you quickly to the heart of the Enchanted Kingdom : Take the RER, line A from central Paris to Marne la Vallée. The journey lasts between 35 - 40 minutes.Trains run daily, every 10 to 20 minutes from 5:30am to midnight. Paris Metro ticket is valid on RER only for travel within Zone 1 (Euro Disneyland is in Zone 5). If you're using a Paris Visite Pass, make sure it reads Zones 1-6.

We suggest you take a combined ticket + round trip from Paris.(Combined RATP-Disneyland Paris Pass) It consists of a roundtrip train ticket from Paris to the Euro Disneyland as well as a one-day pass to either Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park.

 Disneyland Paris Eurostar , By train(TGV),

Marne-la-Vallee/Chessy station is right at the gates of Disneyland Paris parks and situated between the Park and with walking distance to the hotels.