Transport to/from Disneyland Paris
Traveling to Disneyland Paris may seem like a bit of work, however due to its central location Paris is less than 2 hours away from much of western Europe.

If you’re coming from the UK there are four main options to consider:

  • Eurostar
  • Plane
  • Eurotunnel
  • Ferry

The Eurostar is perhaps the easiest option for people from the south of the UK allowing you to reach the doorstep of Disneyland Paris direct in just 2 hours 34 minutes from London. Prices start from £69 per adult return. There are also stations in Ebbsfleet and Ashford along the route. There is one train per day leaving London at 09:53 arriving at 13:31 (Paris time). If you prefer to arrive earlier you may want to take a look at the indirect train option below.

You can take an indirect train that stops at Lille too. The journey takes as little as 3h11m with a 37 minute stop-over. This is a good alternative if there are no direct trains and can work out cheaper if you don’t mind adding an extra half hour to an hour each way. It also allows you more flexibility of when you leave as there are several trains every day to Lille and from Lille to DIsneyland, as opposed to the one train per day of the direct service. 


Click here to purchase the full guide, including instructions on changing trains at Lille, instructions on booking trains to Paris and then using local (RER) train service to get to Disneyland, tips on how to save money on Eurostar, flying instruction, and details on the Eurotunnel and ferry, including driving directions and French laws to be aware of when driving.