Eurostar trains from London to Disneyland Paris are the best way to take the kids to see their favourite characters up close and personal. Read on for ticket, station and journey information, and discover how easy it is to get your family to the wonderful world of Disney.
Leaving from St Pancras International, you can either travel by Eurostar direct, or change at Lille for a TGV service and you can be at the park in under four hours. The Eurostar train station for Disneyland Paris Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy Station, just a two-minute walk from the Disneyland park!
Eurostar tickets, timetables, seat reservations and travel information can be found using our journey planner. For more on Eurostar check-in, London to Disneyland Paris route guide and train services, continue reading!
London to Disneyland Paris Eurostar train tickets can be more affordable if bought far enough in advance. Eurostar tickets to Disneyland Paris typically come on sale up to 280 days in advance, giving you plenty of time to plan and decide when you want to travel. Once you have planned your holiday, we recommend booking in advance using our journey planner. Doing this will certainly save you money, as buying your Eurostar ticket at the station will be more expensive.
When booking your Eurostar ticket with Trainline, our journey planner will make every stage of the booking process simple and easy to follow. It will show you the journey time, what changes you need to make, the types of trains you will use, and most importantly, the cost of your train ticket. You can decide between Standard Class, Standard Premier and Business Premier tickets. The cheapest ticket for the day of travel will be indicated by a yellow circle.
Eurostar check-in is a simple process that is very similar to what you are used to when at an airport. After arriving at St Pancras International station, make sure you have your train tickets ready to scan. You can also scan the QR code on your smartphone to pass through the gate. From there, you will join the security line, which follows the same process of airport security.
The only difference is that there is no restriction on liquid size, so you are free to carry as much on as you like. Be sure to also have your passport ready, as you will need to present it to border control once you have had your bags checked.
If you are on a direct train service to Disneyland Paris, this will be the end of any security trips for your journey. If you are changing at Lille, you may need to go through security checks again, however, luggage inspection should not happen.
The Eurostar route from London to Disneyland Paris can be done two different ways. The first one is a direct service that takes you to Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy Station. This train route runs more commonly during school half-term and holiday seasons, meaning you can get the kids to the Magic Kingdom faster than you think!
The more common route to Disneyland Paris is to take the Eurostar to Lille and change for a TGV train. The changeover time is typically around 90mins, and the high-speed TGV train itself to Disneyland Paris takes less than an hour.
Travelling on a Eurostar train from London to Paris offers passengers the perfect mix of comfort, speed and scenery. If you need any information about what you can get onboard your Eurostar train, hopefully, these FAQ’s will help you.
Free WiFi is available on all new and refurbished trains, with full coverage of the fleet in 2019. The Eurostar trains use both 3G and 4G networks to provide this service, so the signal may be weaker depending on your location.
The London to Disneyland Paris takes just 1hr 49mins. For the connecting trains at Lille, they typically take under four hours including the stopover in the station.
London St Pancras International can be found north of the city centre and is connected with the rest of the city by bus, taxi and London Underground services. Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy Station is just two-minutes from Disneyland Paris.
You can see the London to Disneyland Paris timetable using our journey planner. Check times, ticket prices and availability for each train on the day you plan to travel.