How do I get to Disneyland Paris from Paris city centre or the airports?

Updated Feb 2020

The best way to get from Paris to the amazing Disneyland Paris is by taking the train.

You'll need Line A of the RER (the name of the train system connecting Paris and the surrounding suburbs, it's a bit like an underground).

Trains run from the centre of Paris to Disneyland Paris around every 15mins however, this can vary depending on the time of year and whether you're travelling on a weekday or weekend.

Tickets for the RER can be purchased at the stations and cost around 8 Euros for a single journey (subject to increase).

Disneyland Paris is located at the Marne-la-Vallee station, so make sure you get off there!!

Once you're at Marne-la-Vallee station, the magic starts right there! Across the road are the busses serving all Disneyland Paris Hotels (ex Disneyland Hotel as this is just metres from the train station) as well as some of the hotels in the local area. The entrances to the two Disney parks are just a few steps from the train station.

Trains on the RER are also available from the Parisian airports, although changes will be required to see Mickey and friends.

Did you know, you can book your Disneyland Paris tickets which include a transfer from Paris with us?

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