Disneyland Paris maps locate Disneyland attractions, hotels, metro and train stations. Disneyland Paris hotel map features affordable hotels near Disneyland Paris. Diseyland Paris celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2022. The 30th anniversary celebrations end with the Grand Finale until september 30 2023. More than 350 million people visited the park. The most visited theme park in Europe attracts families, adults and kids looking for the magic of Disney. Paris for kids.
With 15 million visitors each year, Disneyland Paris is both the most visited Paris sight and theme park in Europe. It is a must for families with children. An off season and off week-end visit is hightly recommended as the park is often crowded.
Disneyland Paris is connected to downtown by metro. To best visit Disneyland and Paris, stay downtown and book a Disneyland shuttle or coach round trip from downtown.
Alternatively, if your trip focuses on Disneyland, you can stay at one of the many budget hotels and appartments near Disneyland Paris shown on the map below with prices.
Staying near Disneyland Paris is an advantage to make the most of the visit. There are good hotels and rent apartments close to Disneyland Paris that are more affordable than Disneyland hotels. These hotels are shown on the map below.
Staying close to Disneyland in a quiet and affordable apartment is possible. Featuring a terrace, Smart apartment Val d'Europe 7/9 pers provides accommodation in Chessy with free WiFi and garden views. With city views, this accommodation offers a balcony. The property includes a living room with a flat-screen TV. The apartment also offers a well-equipped kitchen and 1 bathroom with a bath. Paris is 37 km from the apartment, while Marne-la-Vallée is 1.6 km away. Paris - Charles de Gaulle Airport is 40 km from the property.
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1: Arcade Alpha and Beta 2: Autopia 3: Captain Hook’s ship 4: Car parking 5: Disney hotels
6: Disneyland Paris entrance 7: Indiana Jones 8: It’s a small world 9: Mad Hatter’s tea cups
10: Main Street 11: Nautilus mystery 12: Peter’s Pan flight 13: Pirates of the Carribean
14: RER A metro station 15: Sleeping Beauty Castle 16: Hyper Space mountain 17: TGV train station
18 : Tower of Terror 19: Disney Studios Stunt Show 20: Disney Studios Tram Tour 21: Crush Coaster
For metro transport from the city to Disneyland Paris, board RER A metro in any of the stations downtown (RER map) towards Marne-La-Vallée. The ride takes around 36 minutes. Do not board a RER A metro towards Boissy-Saint-Léger. Get off at Marne-La-Vallée - Chessy RER station (red line A4 label on RER map). The station is 100 meters from Disneyland Paris. Check RER A metro timetable online.
The one way metro ticket from the city to Disneyland Paris costs 5 euros.
There are many options depending on the time of the year and the package you choose. Disneyland Paris has a one day ticket option with three prices depending on the day of the year: dated (from 54 euros), liberty and dated with shuttle.
The distance from Disneyland Paris to Paris city center is 30 km. The resort is east of the city on the very busy A4 freeway to Champagne, Alsace and Germany.
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From the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium and Northern Europe, drive south on the A1. Turn onto the Francilienne (A104) a few kilometers past Charles de Gaulle Paris Airport (closest airport to Disneyland), then onto A4. Don't drive through the city. The peripherique freeway around the city is often very busy. From Paris, join A4 at Porte de Bercy and drive east. Parking in the Guest Parking outside the Disney Parks is quite easy. A flat rate per day applies.
By metro, board RER B at Charles de Gaulle to Chatelet-Les Halles in the city, then RER A towards Marne-La-Vallée - Chessy. The metro ticket from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland Paris costs 17.30 euros (34.10 euros for return ticket). A convenient alternative is the direct Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland Paris Shuttle.
Disneyland Paris has a train station called Marne-La-Vallée Chessy, right at the park entrance. You can board a TGV (super fast train) in London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt and other European cities towards "Marne-La-Vallée Ches" train station. Buy train tickets to Disneyland.
Star Wars Hyper Space Mountain and Indiana Jones are great roller coasters. Hyper Space Mountain, formerly named Space Mountai, is a truly epic Star Wars Season of the force roller coaster ride. We like Small World and the Pirats of the Carribean. Also see Disney Castle. Locate the top attractions on Disneyland map. The second Disney park, at walking distance from Disneyland, Disney Studios are devoted to the cinema with great attractions such as Ratatouille and the Stunt Show. 1,884 million people visited Disney Studio in 2021. Disneyland interactive map.
Disneyland is open everyday from 9.30am to 11pm. Paris Disney Studios are open everyday from 9.30am to 10pm. Avoid the long queues as much as possible. For that, prefer a weekday, an off season day. Visiting the park on a rainy day is certainly a good option. Come very early. Your stay will definitely be much more pleasant.
Do your shopping at the huge Val d'Europe Shopping Mall and at the charming La Vallée Village Shopping Mall, both 10 minutes from Disneyland by car or metro. La Vallée Village has more than 110 boutiques of the world’s top fashion brands offering their previous season's collections at reduced prices, seven days a week. Visit La Vallée Village from downtown on a bus tour. Val d'Europe and La Vallée Village are recommended Shopping Malls.
Disneyland Paris’ 30th Anniversary kicked off on March 6, 2022. This celebration featured new attractions, decorations, costumes, merchandise, entertainment, shows, and the first-ever aerial drone show inside a Disney theme park.
For the 30th Anniversary of Disneyland Paris, a new daytime stage show called “Dream…and Shine Brighter!” was performed several times every day on Central Plaza in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle, which is more beautiful than ever following its recently-completed year-long refurbishment. Consisting of three themes that celebrate the power of laughter, passion, and dreams, “Dream…and Shine Brighter!” featured more than 30 Disney Characters and dancers with new colorful floats and a unique soundtrack. Disneyland Paris organized its own fashion show with Mickey, Minnie, and their friends “hitting the catwalk” in a one-of-a-kind setting to offer a sneak peek at the upcoming show. “Dream…and Shine Brighter!” offered the opportunity to see them and other characters decked out in new iridescent costumes, as created especially for the Disneyland Paris 30th Anniversary. Many other characters joined them, including the Genie from Aladdin, Princess Rapunzel, and Jessie and Woody from Toy Story, among others.
At nightfall, a new spectacular emotional moment occured as a pre-show to the Disney Illuminations nighttime spectacular. Called “Disney D-Light,” this new pre-show combined video projections, illuminated water jets, lighting effects, mist, and Disney songs.
“Disney D-Light”, a drone choreography, punctuated the 30th Anniversary from high above Sleeping Beauty Castle. Filled with special effects, the different scenes transformed the castle as never before. The 200 synchronized drones formed a sparkling figure “30” in the sky above Sleeping Beauty Castle, while the new theme song created for the 30th Anniversary, “Un monde qui s’illumine,” was played in the background.
Disneyland Park was home to entirely new Gardens of Wonder comprised of 10 different theme-based gardens. Installed in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle, the gardens featured 30 entirely new art pieces, plus kinetic Disney & Pixar sculptures that “come to life.” Designed by the Disneyland Paris Landscaping and Entertainment teams, each piece was produced by local craftsmen whose know-how has contributed to guest experience for many years. Inspired by various sources of influences: from windmills for children to the world of Salvador Dali, among other things–this art exhibition was installed in 10 different theme-based gardens and represented a wide variety of characters. For example, the Garden of Asia included sculptures of Baymax, Mushu, and Sisu from Raya and the Last Dragon.
Following the success of Walt Disney World, opened in 1971 near Orlando in Florida, plans to build a theme park in Europe were first drawn in 1972. One year after the opening of Tokyo Disneyland in 1983, a list of 1200 possible locations in Europe was established. In 1985, the number of possible locations had been reduced to two in France and two in Spain. In fierce competition with Barcelona in Spain, Marne la Vallée won the competition thanks to its proximity to Paris, central location in Europe and government support. The first letter of agreement with the French government was signed in 1985 and the final contract in 1987. Construction began in 1988. On 12 April 1992, Euro Disney officially opened. Disneyland Paris welcomed its 200 millionth guest in 2008. Over 300 million guests have visited the resort in its 25 year history, including the opening of Space Mountain in 1995 and the inauguration of Walt Disney Studio in 2002. The 25th anniversary of the resort was on April 12th 2017. Many events and attractions helped celebrate this milestone for the most visited theme park in Europe and second most visited sight in Paris behind Notre Dame with 9 800 000 visitors in 2018.