Are you looking for how to get to Disneyland Paris from Paris? In this guide we will tell you the quickest and the cheapest ways to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris to help you decide on the best method of transport for you.
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How to get to Disneyland Paris from Paris
One of the things that you need to know when planning a trip to Disneyland Paris (previously, and sometimes still affectionately referred to as Eurostar) is that Disneyland Paris is not in fact in Paris. However if you are visiting Paris with toddlers check out this post too.
Disneyland Paris is actually located in the area known as Marne-la-Valle. Marne-la-Valle is actually just over 30kms east of Paris.
So while it is easy to do a Disneyland Paris day trip from Paris, it does need some forethought depending on how much time you have and how much you are willing to spend to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris.
For instance the best option for you will be largely dependent on whether you are traveling to Disneyland Paris on a budget in which case you may want to prioritise the cheapest option but if you are traveling to Disneyland Paris with toddlers speed may be more important.
Now, the options you have for getting to Disneyland Paris from Paris are:
- Private Transfer
- Hire a Car
RER From Paris to Disneyland Paris
- Nanterre Prefecture
- La Dense
- Charles de Gaulle – Etolle
- Paris Gare de Lyon
- Nation and
in the central area of the red line.
The trickiest bit about the transfer onto the A line is that there are two branch line. The Boissy St Leger and the Marne la Vallee branch line. If you get the Boissy St Leger line you are going the wrong way and will end up no where near Disneyland.
However helpful on some signs (though certainly not all of the RER signs) Marne la Vallee will sometimes have a Mickey Mouse ears symbol next to it, to make navigation easier for those traveling to Eurodisney from Paris. Be sure you only board a train that is heading towards Marne la Vallee.
The best thing about the Marne la Vallee branch line is that Marne La Vallee is the termination point so you don’t have to worry about missing your stop.
At Marne La Vallee you will need your ticket again so be sure that you keep hold of this through your journey. They are undated but also quite small compared to British train tickets so do put them somewhere safe. Follow the signs marked Sortie (Exit in French).
Once you are out of the station you will (dependent on your luggage, group and hotel) be able to walk or transfer to a hotel shuttle or local ground transportation to finish your journey.
To transfer back from Disneyland Paris to Paris you just reverse the journey.
Depending on what station you are starting from will depend on how much your ticket is but usually is somewhere in the region of 5 Euros.
For more information on what to pack for Disneyland Paris and what to wear check out these costs.
How do you get from Paris to Disneyland Paris via Taxi?
An Uber or taxi between Paris and Disneyland Paris is around 75-100 Euros and takes around an hour to transfer depending on the time of day and level of traffic.
Can you get the bus from Paris to Disneyland Paris?
Surprisingly you can not get a bus from Paris to Disneyland Paris. The best public transport option to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris is the RER.
The only bus style transport is to take a Disney shuttle from the airport but this isn’t convenient for those looking to do a day trip from Paris.
There are some private tours that go via bus to Disneyland Paris however. These have limited pick up points throughout Paris i.e. the Eiffel Tower and Gare du Nord for instance. The packages usually have transportation and tickets included in the ticket price.
However the only downside to these are that they have very set pick up and drop off times which I personally find very limiting so is not my preferred option.
Hire a Car to get to Disneyland Paris from Paris
It is possible to hire a car in Paris however it is not an option I recommend. Driving around Paris is very stressful and very busy. If you are not familiar with driving around central Paris I would not recommend just for doing a day trip to EuroDisney.
It can take a long time to complete the paperwork at to hire a car in Paris so can eat into your day, and is an expensive option. There are more convenient, faster and less stressful ways to travel to Disneyland for sure.
For more information on driving to Disneyland Paris check out this post.
FAQs about how to get to Disneyland Paris from Paris
What is the cheapest way to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris?
The cheapest way to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris is via the RER. It costs roughly 5Euros each way dependent on where you are starting from.
What is the fastest way to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris?
The fastest way to transfer between Paris to Disneyland Paris will largely depend on where you are traveling from and the time of day you are traveling i.e. is it rush hour or not.
Generally speaking I would use the RER transfer as opposed to a taxi or private hire to get to Disneyland Paris from central Paris as it is unaffected by rush hour and is the cheapest option.
How much is train from Paris to Disneyland Paris?
The cost of a train on the RER to get from Paris to Disneyland Paris costs around 5 euros each way but will depend on where your starting point is.
How much is the shuttle from Paris to Disneyland?
Can you take the metro to Disneyland Paris?
You get the RER rather than the metro to Disneyland Paris
How much is an uber from Paris to Disneyland Paris?
How much is the RER A to Disneyland Paris?
How much is a taxi from Paris to Disney?
Can you do a day trip to Disneyland Paris from Paris?
You can absoutely do a day trip from Disneyland Paris from Paris. I personally would choose to take the RER to Disneyland Paris from Disney as the quickest and most budget friendly option.
Have you been to Disneyland Paris from Paris? What method transport did you do and what was your experience?