Guide on How To Transfer from Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport to Bussy-Saint-Georges
Located in the heart of Marne-la-vallee, Bussy-Saint-Georges enjoys an excellent connection to the motorways of the Parisian region through the A4 and A104. The road access brings much industry to the commune and large companies such as Air Liquide, Sony distribution and IBM have businesses in the Gustave Eiffel Park.
While the commune enjoys a strong economy, particularly with Disneyland Paris close by too, the historic roots of the town can be traced as far back as the Roman period in 841AD. In addition to the historical interest the commune has a much celebrated series of festivals with over 18 each year, including the Night of the Beaujolais and the Wishes of the Buxangeorgiens.
With so much going on in Bussy-Saint-Georges and the occupation of Disneyland Paris targeted hotels there is a wide attraction to the commune. Many visitors may choose to fly to Paris to visit and the proximity of Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) makes it an ideal port of entry in the Parisian region.
As both Paris’ and France’s busiest airport, CDG processes 200000 people each day with 1300 aircraft movements. The airport site is very large and spans 32 square km with 4 runways and 3 terminals, one of which is split into seven independently operated sub-terminals.
Located 31 km north of Bussy-Saint-Georges the airport is served by the A1 motorway and has connections to the public transport network. Underneath terminal 2E/2F the airport has its own rail station.
The airport is extremely busy and care should be taken when planning onwards travel from Charles de Gaulle airport to Bussy-Saint-Georges. The most convenient and only door to door option for travel is a private taxi.
Private Taxi from Charles de Gaulle to Bussy-Saint-Georges
The private taxi from Charles de Gaulle to Bussy-Saint-Georges takes only 30 minutes and with T2 Transfer will be taken in style with their fleet of brand new luxury vehicles.
For complete peace of mind navigating CDG arrivals, the T2 Transfer professional and fully licensed will wait for you, clearly identifying themselves by holding a placard stating your name. They will then take you to the waiting vehicle, which is completely private, there is no sharing with other passengers. If you have booked children on the journey then age appropriate car seats will be fitted free of charge.
You won’t need to pay for your journey until you reach Bussy-Saint-Georges and if for some unforeseen reason you need to cancel your journey there is no cancellation fees.
For convenience you are able to pay for your journey in euros, pounds or dollars.
Prices for transfers between CDG to Bussy-Saint-Georges can be found below:
1-3 passengers – € 55
1-4 passengers – € 60
1-5 passengers – € 65
1-6 passengers – € 70
1-7 passengers – € 75
1-8 passengers – € 80
Transfers from CDG Airport to Bussy-Saint-Georges by Train
Both the suburban and intercity rail networks offer the option of travel between CDG airport to Bussy-Saint-Georges. The commune is served by its own station on the RER A line.
The suburban journey starts at CDG on the RER B line. These trains depart the airport every 15-20 minutes between 0500 and 0000 and can be extremely busy during peak periods. The train goes to central Paris where you need to change onto the RER A line at Chatelet Les Halles. The RER A train goes to Bussy-Saint-Georges RER station. You do however need to ensure you catch the right RER A train at Chatelet Les Halles towards Marne-la-vallee.
Duration: 1 hr 20 minutes
Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7
It is possible to use the intercity services between CDG and Marne-la-vallee to take the RER A to Bussy-Saint-Georges. The mainline trains run from CDG between 0450 and 2350 and journeys vary dependent on which service you take, but typically are between 9 and 49 minutes.
Cost: Adult single ticket is €24-41 (dependent on operator), Child single ticket varies with operator.
Transfer from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Bussy-Saint-Georges by Shuttle Bus
Although Paris generally has a good bus network, the bus option from Charles de Gaulle to Bussy-Saint-Georges is extremely limited. The only viable is option is to take the Magical Shuttle Bus from CDG terminal 2F to the Disneyland Paris area and then transfer to the RER A train to Bussy-Saint-Georges. The Magical Shuttle operates between 0900 and 2000 and can be extremely expensive if there are a few travellers in your group.
Duration: 1 hr 10 minutes
Cost: Adult single ticket is €23, Child single ticket is €10.