This article will give you information and details on 'how to get to Disneyland Paris' from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. Click on the following link to read our Disneyland Paris Review.
The TVG train from Charles de Gaulle airport to Disneyland Paris runs from Terminal 2. If you arrive at Terminal 1 or Terminal 3 catch the service shuttle to Terminal 2 and follow the signs to the train station, the Terminal 2 train station is located between sub terminals 2D and 2F.
The station you want to travel to is “Marne La Vallee Ches” and the journey from the airport takes about 10 minutes, it’s the first stop. Disneyland is then about a 5 minute walk from the station, almost directly outside the station you’ll be able to see the park.
Train tickets to Disneyland Paris can be purchased in advance and I’d advise doing this, we opted to purchase tickets on the day and a one way journey for two people to Disneyland cost €60 euro’s. Tickets can be purchased through Rail Europe, when buying your tickets through Rail Europe choose “Paris CDG Airport” as your departure location and “Marne La Vallee Ches” as your arrival location. You can opt to collect pre-booked tickets from the train station. Look for the grey and yellow automated ticket machines. (Remember to take the cc card you booked with, only that card can be used to collect the pre booked tickets)
The TVG platforms are one level below the train station ticket office. Be careful as you may end up on the RER platforms if you go further down. Ask someone if you’re lost.
Catching the TVG train to Disneyland Paris is the fastest and most direct route, if you have luggage you can store them in the lockers at Marne La Vallee Ches station. Look for the signs marked ‘Consigne automatique’, it translates to left luggage lockers in English. They cost roughly €8 euro for up to 24 hours. The locker was big enough for two (2) large suitcases and two (2) small bags. (follow the luggage signs, the lockers are located on the upper level).
I noticed buses also operated from CDG airport to Disneyland but I’m not sure how much this is or how often they run. Personally I wanted to get to the park as fast as possible to spend more time enjoying the rides. After experiencing it, I would recommend at least a whole day there.
If you’re already in central Paris and want to travel to Disneyland Paris you can use the RER A city trains from the following stations, Charles de Gaulle Etoile (at Arc de Triomphe), Auber (at Galeries Lafayette shopping center), Chatelet Les Halles or Gare de Lyon (largest Paris train station and where you catch direct trains to London)
Remember to ask for help if you find yourself lost, someone will point you in the right direction. REMEMBER - Parlez vous Anglais (par-lay voo ong glay) – means do you speak English in French. This article can be downloaded for use when travelling, use the download file button below.
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By: Nick & Jackie