By Train: Take the RER A train from Paris to Marnee-la-Valee Chessy Train station, which is a 2-minute walk away from the park gates.
By Bus: Take bus 19 to Chessy Sud - Quai A (Dépose). From here you have a 2-minute walk to the park gates.
By Airport Shuttle Bus: From the Paris Orly Airport, you can take routes A4, N104, A4, and A6B and from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, you can take routes D45, N3, or A104. These buses stop at the different Disneyland hotels at the park. Special buses are also available for people with reduced mobility.
Disneyland Paris is about 32 kilometers from the center of Paris. You can drive down to the resort or even hire a car. Take Exit 14 to reach the resort.
There are free parking spaces for all Easy Pass holders and guests at Disney Hotels, with shuttle service to and fro the parks. Annual Pass holders can also avail of free parking at the Disneyland car park. Other Disneyland guests can avail of Guest Parking for 30€
The parking facility opens at 8 AM and closes 30 minutes after the park closure. Designated parking areas are available for guests with special needs.
There are two main theme parks at Disneyland Paris
A. Disneyland Paris is located in Chessy, France at Bd de Parc, 77700 Coupvray (Chessy).
A. Yes, Disneyland Paris is open to visitors.
A. Disneyland Paris is a fun and magical place for all Disney fans. You get to go on thematic rides, attractions, shows, dining experiences, and much more.
A. No, you need a ticket to access Disneyland Paris.
A. Disneyland Paris tickets are available online.
A. Your Disneyland Paris tickets start from €62.
A. We recommend that you visit Disneyland Paris on a weekday, during early morning, right after its opening, for lesser crowds.
A. The Disneyland Paris opening hours vary according to season. Check the relevant timings before your visit.
A. Yes, you can visit Disneyland Paris in a group. But, it is important that you appoint a designated leader, who would be responsible for the group.
A. Yes, Disneyland Paris is the perfect place to visit with your children.
A. While the Disneyland Paris attractions are aimed toward the entertainment of kids, adults can also have lots of fun without kids.
A. Yes, Disneyland Paris is accessible to people with reduced mobility.While many of Disneyland’s attractions are wheelchair accessible, some may require transfers.
A. Yes. There are a range of restaurants and cafes at Disneyland Paris where you can purchase food and drinks.
A. We recommend spending at least 2 days so you can explore all the attractions at Disneyland Paris. You can stay at one of the resort hotels and plan a two-day trip.
A. Visiting Disneyland is a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity everyone should have. It is a wonderland full of adventure for people from every age group.