How to get to Disneyland Paris by metro?

With nearly 15 million tourists in 2022, Disneyland Paris is among the most visited theme parks in Europe. The simplest way to get there from Paris is to book a seat on a train from the Regional Express Network (RER). Parc de Paris explains in detail how this solution works and how it can help you get to Disneyland.

Different routes from Paris to Disneyland

To cover the 28 km separating Disneyland Paris from Nation station, it will take you about 35 minutes. Take the RER A from Nation. This train makes its first stops at Vincennes (Val-de-Marne department) and Val de Fontenay. It then passes through the stations of Neuilly-Plaisance, Bry-sur-Marne, and Noisy-le-Grand-Mont d’Est.

Your train then goes through Noisy-Champs, Noisiel, Lognes, Torcy, Bussy-Saint-Georges, and Val d’Europe to reach Marne-La-Vallée-Chessy. Once there, you can walk the rest of the way to Disneyland Paris. The theme park is indeed located two minutes from this station.

The distance from Gare de Lyon to Marne-La-Vallée-Chessy is 30 km. It takes an average of 1 hour and 30 minutes to make this journey. The train first covers 1,638 km to reach Nation, then 28 km to get to your destination.

metro line A route map
metro line A

The route from CDG Airport to Disneyland Paris

It takes an average of 10 minutes to get to Disneyland Paris from Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport. First, board the RER B that connects Paris CDG SNCF station to Châtelet-Les Halles station. Then, take the RER A to get off at Marne-la-Vallée-Chessy.

You can also use the Magical Shuttle for the same route. You have the option to board at two locations: terminals 1 (exit 32) and 2E-2F (door 8a, arrivals level). This transport solution is indeed more comfortable.

Practical information for getting to Disneyland Paris by train

To travel with complete peace of mind on the RER A or B, always keep your ticket and personal documents handy. Moreover, prefer reliable sales points like the RATP website to buy your transport ticket to avoid scams. If you have not chosen the stay with train option, you will also need to book as early as possible to benefit from the discounts that the train companies offer.

rer metro line B map
metro line B

How much to pay to get to Disneyland?

The cost of a ticket to Disneyland Paris from stations like Lyon or Nation depends on when you buy the ticket. Additional services subscribed, the chosen class, the distance to cover, and the crowd also impact the price.

For example, if you book very early, you can pay 16 euros to go from Gare de Lyon to Marne-La-Vallée Chessy. If your starting point is Nation, you spend a minimum of 6 euros to reach the theme park. These various prices are generally reduced for children aged 4 to 10 years old, as they benefit from a discount on their t+ tickets.

What are the RER Train schedules?

You can book a seat on the RER A or B at any time to get to Disneyland Paris. For an idea of the schedules and route, visit the page of the establishment.

You can also do this from the Bonjour RATP mobile app. All these software solutions have smooth, user-friendly, and attractive virtual interfaces. Choose the line (A, B…) and the departure station to get the information you’re looking for.

Where can you get your RER tickets?

You can buy your RER tickets in metro stations. Indeed, head to the ticket counters or vending machines installed in these places. However, the queues can sometimes be long. To avoid them, go to tobacco shops to get your transport tickets.

You can also get them at authorized newsstands and on the official RATP website. RER tickets are also available in the dining areas of many TGV lines.

With the Navigo Easy pass, you can also book your seat on an RER A or B train. This contactless, reusable, and rechargeable card is valid throughout Île-de-France. It suits occasional travelers, tourists, or business people and replaces paper tickets.

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