Guide on How To Transfer from Orly Airport to Magny le Hongre
Located on the eastern edge of Paris, Magny-Le-Hongre is a commune in the Seine-et-Marne department. With a population of 5000 in a small area, the commune is densely populated. Since 1992 it has become very famous for being the home of Disneyland Paris. The commune supports the major tourist attraction and is home to many hotels.
Many visitors to Magny-Le-Hongre fly into the region and use Orly Airport in the South of the city.
Orly Airport is 48 km southwest of Magny Le Hongre and connected to the Paris and the wider region by road, rail and bus services. The airport is split over 2 terminals and serves destination largely across France, Europe, North America, the Caribbean and North Africa. Orly is the secondary hub for Air France, the major hub for low fares carrier Transavia and popular with Vueling and easyJet. It is the second busiest airport in Paris and one of the busiest in France. Navigating the airport can be daunting with the amount of passengers in small areas. Careful planning should be undertaken when looking at how to make your journey.
Private Taxi from Orly Airport to Magny Le Hongre
The private taxi is by far the quickest and most direct option between Orly Airport to Magny Le Hongre. The private taxi service offered by T2 Transfer is the most convenient and comfortable between the two destinations. They also make the transfer in Orly Airport very easy.
Meeting you at Orly Airport arrivals the T2 Transfer professional and fully licensed driver will wait for you, clearly displaying who they are by holding a placard with your name on it. They will then take you to the waiting, brand new luxury vehicle operated by the company. If you have booked children on the journey the vehicle will be fitted with age appropriate car seats. Your luggage will also be placed safely in the trunk.
Your driver will then take you on the 45 minute journey from the airport to exactly where you need to go to in Magny Le Hongre, which is not afforded on public transport options! If you have any questions on the journey you can speak with your driver in either French or English.
For convenience you don’t need to pay for your journey until you reach your destination and if for some reason you need to cancel your journey there are no cancellation fees.
Prices for the journey can be found below:
1-3 passengers – € 65
1-4 passengers – € 70
1-5 passengers – € 75
1-6 passengers – € 80
1-7 passengers – € 85
1-8 passengers – € 90
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Transfers from Orly Airport to Magny Le Hongre by Train
The Orlyval automatic light metro shuttle connects Orly Airport to the suburban rail network throughout Paris, however, this will take you through the busy centre of Paris. The Orlyval goes directly from the airport to Antony RER station.
The ability to get to Antony offers the ability to get to Magny Le Hongre on the rail network. Once you are at Antony on the RER B line you take the train to Chatelet Les Halles. From Chatelet Les Halles you need to change onto the RER A network. Here you need to catch a RER A train headed towards Marne-la-vallee where you can disembark and make your way to wherever your destination is in Magny Le Hongre.
Duration: 1 hr 56 minutes
Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7
There are other options of changing between RER or Metro services but these journeys take longer and add no real value. There are no intercity rail options between Orly to Magny Le Hongre.
Transfer from Orly Airport to Magny Le Hongre by Shuttle Bus
There are two options to use the bus, although neither are the most convenient or best value.
The first option is to take the OrlyBus from Orly Airport to Denfert-Rochereau where you can join the suburban rail network. You take the Metro 6 to Nation where you then change onto the RER A network to Marne-la-vallee. From Marne-la-vallee you can walk to your destination in Magne Le Hongre. The Orlybus operates 0600 to 0030 and they depart Orly every 20 minutes, but be warned, the buses used are not designed for large amounts of passengers with suitcases.
Duration: 1 hr 30 minutes.
Cost: Adult single ticket each way is €20, Child single ticket each way is €10
The other option is to use the Disney Magical Shuttle Bus, this service operates between Orly Airport and Disneyland Paris so passengers can disembark at one of the Disney hotels in the commune. This service departs between 0900 and 1920 each day, 7 days a week. Journeys take around 80 minutes.
Duration: 1 hr 20 minutes.
Cost: Adult single ticket each way is €23, Child single ticket each way is €10.