Guide On How To Transfer from Paris to Disneyland Paris
The beautiful city of Paris with its many different architectural types, monuments and landmarks draws in 23 million tourists each year. From Le Louvre to the Eiffel Tower to the UNESCO world heritage site on the banks of the Seine there is an attraction for people from all over the world. Not only is the City of Light popular for tourism, it is a global centre of fashion, finance and art. There is also a major attraction to the world class shopping in the boutiques along Avenue des Champs Elysées. However, no trip to Paris is complete without at least a day at the magical Disneyland Paris.
Located 32 km east of Paris, Disneyland Paris is Europe’s most visited theme park with a staggering 14.8 million passing through its gates each year. With 2 theme parks, several themed hotels and a golf course over a large 19 km2 site there is plenty to keep the whole family occupied.
Disney had long sought a site in Europe to build a park and Paris saw off the challenge of 1200 other sites with its ability to access 68 million people by road in less than 4 hours. The site has expanded immensely from its opening in 1992 and as the generation who visited in the early years come back with their own children, it’s popularity solidly remains.
Private Taxi from Paris to Disneyland Paris
The easiest and most direct option to travel from Paris to Disneyland Paris is by private taxi. The stand out Paris private taxi service is T2 Transfer. With a fleet of brand new luxury cars you know you’ll be making the journey to Disneyland Paris in style. You also know you’re journey will be completely private, you don’t share with anyone else with T2 Transfer.
Your fully licensed and professional driver will pick you up from wherever you require and drive you direct to Disneyland Paris. If you have any questions on the 45 minute journey you can ask your driver who will speak French and English. This is unlike other private taxi operators in the area who typically only speak the native French.
A private taxi is a great way to start a magical visit to Disneyland Paris, especially if travelling with excitable children! T2 Transfer will provide age appropriate car seats at no extra cost.
Customer service and convenience is important and unlike other operators, you are able to pay for your T2 Transfer journey in Euros, GBP or US Dollars. Prices 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 Paris to Disneyland Paris by Train
Between Paris and Disneyland Paris there is a direct RER A line. The RER is the suburban rail network and operates between 0500 and 0000 with trains departing stations every 15-20 minutes.
There are many RER A stations in central Paris, including Auber, Charles de Gaulle – Etoile, Châtelet Les Halles, Gare de Lyon and Nation. All of which can be used to catch a train bound for Marne-la-vallee. Please note the RER A also runs to Boissy-Saint-Leger so you need to pay attention to which train you catch.
Once at Marne-la-vallee, Disneyland Paris is a short walk away.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7
There are no viable intercity rail services from Paris to Disneyland Paris.
Transfer from Paris to Disneyland Paris by Bus
There are buses from Paris to Disneyland Paris, however, they do take some time and you need to travel across Paris to get to the right bus stop.
The first bus option is the Disneyland Paris Express bus which leaves Avenue de l’Opera at 1800 and goes directly to Marne-la-vallee bus station. This is an expensive option and is very restricted on timings.
Duration: 1 hr 15 minutes (excluding travel time to Avenue de l’Opera)
Cost: Adult return ticket is approximately €67, Child return ticket is €46
The second option is a longer but less expensive bus journey on the Ouibus. You need to make your way to Bercy. The journey starts on either the Ouibus 5852 or the 5854 from Bercy station, these buses depart every 5 minutes but can take up to 1 hour 15 minutes to complete the 44 km journey.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes (excluding travel time to Bercy)
Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7.