Guide On How To Transfer from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower
Disneyland Paris is Europe’s most visited theme park with 14.8 million guests each year. The site carefully chosen for its accessibility to over 300 million people by air in less than 2 hours and 68 million people by road in less than four hours. Disney’s aspiration to build a theme park in Europe spans back to 1984 where they considered over 1200 sites across the region. Settling for the Marne-la-vallee region, located 32 km east from the centre of Paris the resort has expanded dramatically since its 1992 opening, now occupying 19.425km2 with two theme parks, numerous hotels and a golf course.
Families flock to the resort, spending hours on the rides and seeking down autographs from Mickey Mouse, Woody, Anna and Elsa or other much loved characters, many take the opportunity to explore the French capital and its many different stunning and beautiful architectures.
No trip to the City of Lights is complete without a visit to the iconic and instantly recognisable Eiffel Tower. Initially built as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair, the Eiffel Tower took two years to construct and was criticised heavily by the architects and artists of the day. Nevertheless, the tower is now a global icon and attracts nearly 7 million visitors each year.
There are over 300 steps to the first level and then another 300 to the second level so if you are planning a trip ahead to the Eiffel Tower during your Disneyland stay ensure you arrive there fresh and ready to go!
Private Taxi from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower
The most convenient and direct way to get from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower is by private taxi. The service is door to door and avoids the hassle of connections in busy central Paris. T2 Transfer offers a fantastic service and they bring a real sense of class to your trip with a fleet of brand new luxury vehicles to take you on the hour journey across the city. It is important to note that with T2 Transfer your taxi is completely private, there is no sharing with anyone else.
Picking you up from the resort they will provide suitable child seats if required and the professional and fully licensed driver will be able to answer any questions you may have. If you have any questions any other time you can contact T2 Transfer customer services 24/7.
Customer Service and convenience is important and you are able to pay for your journey in Euros, GBP or US Dollars. Disneyland Paris to Eiffel tower taxi cost can be found below:
- 1-3 passengers – € 70
- 1-4 passengers – € 75
- 1-5 passengers – € 80
- 1-6 passengers – € 85
- 1-7 passengers – € 90
- 1-8 passengers – € 95
Transfers from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower By Train
For the train from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower the journey starts at the Marne-la-vallee RER station, the services operate between 0500 and 0000 and depart every 10-15 minutes on the RER A line. Both options take approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
The first option is to catch the RER A from Marne-la-vallee to Charles de Gaulle-Etoile where you then change onto the Metro 6 to Bir Hakeim. From Bir Hakeim it is a short 10 minute walk to The Eiffel Tower.
The second option is the RER A from Marne-la-vallee to Auber. At Auber you change to the Metro 9 train to Havre-Caumartin, from Havre-Caumartin it is then a 10 minute walk to the Eiffel Tower.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Disneyland Paris to EiffelTtower train cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7
There are no viable intercity rail services to The Eiffel Tower.
Transfer from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower
There are bus options from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower, these are however longer and less frequent.
The first bus option is to catch the Disneyland Paris Express bus from the resort to The Eiffel Tower. There are restrictions on the this bus service, the only departure each day is at 1025 in the morning and the tickets are quite expensive.
Duration: 1 hr 15 minutes
Cost: Adult return ticket is approximately €67, Child return ticket is €46
The second option is much longer but less expensive, although it requires a connection in central Paris.
The journey starts on the Ouibus from the Marne-la-vallee bus station to Paris City Centre – Bercy, these buses depart every 5 minutes but take 50 minutes. At Paris City Centre – Bercy you have to walk to the bus stop at Ministere De L’economie Et Des Finances, from there you take the 87 bus to Champ De Mars. These buses leave every 10 minutes and take 40 minutes to get to The Eiffel Tower.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7