Whether with family or friends, a train trip to Disneyland Paris promises to be a magical trip away. With so much to see and do at Disneyland, visitors will discover the world of their childhood heroes. In recent years, characters from Star Wars and Marvel have joined Mickey and company. In the pleasure of having fun is added the happiness of walking in a unique village of its kind. In addition to this, there is also the Disneyland Village. Home to a number of themed restaurants, bars and shops, there is more to see than just the park itself!
All trains for Disneyland Paris arrive at Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy station. Opened in 1992, today it welcomes several hundred thousand passengers a year. In addition to travellers who come to explore Disneyland Park, the nearby Walt Disney Studios Park and Disney Village, this train station also serves the residents of Seine-et-Marne. An RER station also completes the TGV terminal. A train from Lille-Europe station to Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy will only take an hour on a TGV train, but the average journey time is 1 h 30. From Bordeaux, a train trip to the Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy station takes an average of 3 hours and a total of four daily services. In addition to TGVs that connect the city of Paris and Paris-CDG airport, the terminal has an intersection service, that is to say, direct from provincial cities. The Ouigo trains also serve Disneyland Paris. You can also take the train from London to Disneyland Paris on a direct Eurostar train.
There are many ways to find a cheap train ticket to Disneyland to help you save money. Whether you are taking a train for leisure or a business trip, our trip planner will help you find SNCF train tickets at the best available price on days you want to travel.
In general, fares for train tickets are increasing as the departure date approaches. To buy your train tickets at the best price, we recommend that you book at least 28 days in advance. But beware, the lowest prices are available for a limited number of places. Therefore, it is good to book an average of 3 months in advance for popular routes in order to take advantage of these special rates.
On leaving the station, the first park you will catch a glimpse of will be the Walt Disney Studios. Here you can get a sneak peek on how Disney animation films are made. You can also hop on rides and watch shows from many of Disney’s most famous films. These include Buzz and Woody from Toy Story and Lightning McQueen from Cars. With the recent purchase of Star Wars, you can now also immerse yourself in a galaxy far far away and live like a Jedi.
In the Disney Village, numerous shops themed restaurants and a 15-room multiplex line up along wide, bright, colourful arteries. In the village, a balloon rises 100 metres high and provides an exceptional panorama of the whole region. On the other side of the rails, there is a wide selection of hotels bordering Lake Buena Vista.
The traditional park of Disneyland Paris is home to the main attractions of the complex. This is where the famous castle of Sleeping Beauty is located. The best way to start your visit to Disneyland Paris is by walking along Main Street. Paying homage to the era in which Disney first came to prominence, the 1920’s feel to Main Street is perfect for souvenirs and food. Also, most of the daily Disney parades travel down Main Street, so make sure to grab a spot early to get the best views!
The different corners of the park have managed to replicate the particular world of the Far West, pirates and deserted islands among others. An authentic steam train immerses visitors in the authentic atmosphere of the nineteenth century. For thrill seekers, different kinds of roller coasters come at great speed through the themed scenery. At the end of each day, the main Disneyland Paris park puts on a spectacular fireworks display, providing the perfect end to a magical day.