Disneyland Paris is the second most visited sight in Paris. It is a must for families with children and entertains all ages.
Disneyland Paris is connected to Paris by metro. To best visit Paris and Disneyland Paris, stay in downtown Paris. Buy a Disneyland Paris one day coach tour from Paris with tickets included (99 euros, 90 euros for children 3 to 11).
Alternatively, stay at one of the many budget hotels near Disneyland Paris (booking engine to the left).
Disneyland Paris One day 2 parks tickets cost 78 euros. You can buy your tickets online.
It is convenient and not much more expensive to buy a Disneyland Paris return trip from Paris with coach transport and full day Disneyland Paris ticket: 99 euros compared to 85.60 euros for stand-alone full day Disneyland Paris ticket and return metro ticket. There is a convenient option with pick-up at your hotel in Paris (129 euros).
Disneyland Paris (Eurodisney) is located 30 km east of Paris on the A4 freeway from Paris to Champagne and Germany. Locate Disneyland Paris on Paris map.
From the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, drive south on the A1. Turn onto the Francilienne (A104) a few kilometers past Charles de Gaulle Airport (closest airport to Disneyland Paris), then onto A4. Don't drive through Paris (peripherique) and her busy traffic.
From Paris, join A4 at Porte de Bercy and drive east.
For transport from Paris to Disneyland Paris, board RER A metro in Paris towards Marne La Vallee (don't board a RER A metro towards Boissy Saint Leger).
The metro ticket from Paris city to Disneyland Paris costs 7.60 euros (15.20 euros for return ticket).
By metro, board RER B at Charles de Gaulle to Chatelet-Les Halles in Paris, then RER A towards Marne La Vallee - Chessy. The metro ticket from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland Paris costs 17.05 euros (34.10 euros for return ticket). A more convenient alternative, the direct Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland Paris Shuttle, costs 20 euros.
Disneyland Paris has a train station called Marne La Vallee Chessy, right at Disneyland Paris entrance. You can board a TGV (super fast train) in London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt and other European cities towards "Marne La Vallee Ches" train station. Buy tickets to Disneyland Paris.
From Paris, one day is a good compromise. A one day tour from a european city will be difficult. Count two days. Take the TGV to Disneyland Paris the first day (or fly to Charles de Gaulle Airport), spend your time at Disneyland Paris, return home the next day.
As an alternative to booking one of the budget hotels near Disneyland Paris, you can book a timeshare rental for a week at MarriottsVillageD'IleDeFrance.
The second Disney park, at walking distance of Disneyland Paris, Disney Studios Paris are devoted to the cinema and certainly also worth your time.
Disneyland Paris is open everyday from 8am to 10pm. Paris Disney Studios are open everyday from 10am to 9pm. Avoid the long queues as much as possible. For that, prefer a weekday, an off season day. Come very early. Your stay will definitely be much more pleasant.
You can visit La Vallee Village from Paris on a tour. Val d'Europe and La Vallee Village are excellent Paris Shopping Malls even if you don't go to Disneyland.