Disneyland Paris.....How to Get There?Disneyland Paris: Can you get to Disneyland Paris from the airport without a car?
From Anthony MurphyMy family and I are going to Disneyland Paris this summer and we were wondering if there was anyway to get there without a car. We do not really want to rent a car so is this possible?
Posted May 30, 2007 at 4:21 PM
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From Jack WilliamsHmmmmm...I've never been to Disneyland Paris, but if you're staying at the resort I'd say that there must be some type of Disney Express bus to take you there, being all the hotels and such. But if you're not staying, it might be best to use a rental car. If there turns out to be some type of train to take you there or something, then sorry I was wrong, but the best thing to do is to play it safe. Enjoy your visit!
Posted May 30, 2007 at 5:59 PM
From Dustin KernCall the park and ask or talk to your nearest travel agent.
Posted May 30, 2007 at 7:59 PM
From Ben MillsDisney proudly supports (etc, etc) a company called VEA who operate regular shuttle buses from the airports direct to all the hotels, with (I think) the exception of Davy Crockett. It's relatively cheap, and you can see more here
Posted May 31, 2007 at 9:50 AM
From Anthony MurphyWow! Thanks Ben!!
Posted May 31, 2007 at 9:54 AM
From Mark WalkerOr you can always walk...
Posted May 31, 2007 at 10:38 AM
From Adrienne McDonaldWhat I always do is look up the physical address of the park I want to visit & then look up neighboring motels/hotels & usually go w/the closest one since we can't really afford to stay at a 'park resort' facility. I then try to look up my chosen hotel's ammenities & see if they offer a shuttle service to that park or see if their is a rental car place conveniently located. Sometimes the hotel IS close enough by to walk to the park. For example, SFOG has the Day's Inn across from it. Normally I end up having to rent a car but a lot of the time, certain hotels may offer shuttle service to the park if they're close by. Hope this helps!
Posted May 31, 2007 at 3:06 PM
From Anthony MurphyWell, I think we are staying at a Disney Resort. Anyway, if this was FL, I know there is a shuttle, but this is a different place in a foreign country.
Posted May 31, 2007 at 3:43 PM
From James Thrombleyhttp://homepages.which.net/~ian/travelling.html
Posted June 3, 2007 at 12:39 PM
This has some info by bus and train. It mentions the RER train...bhttp://www.ratp.info/informer/anglais/index.phpus. Good luck with the site...all I could find is a map of the trains to and from Paris...not the direct that the about site mentions. the Park if Southeast from Charles De Gaulle airport. The train station for Disney is Marne-la-Vallee-Chessy. So try to find somethign that is direct from Charles De Gaulle to that station. Hoep this helps if you have not already found the info you need.
From Hans MeiserWho needs a shuttle bus when theres a great train network with stations in the airport and directly at Disneyland ?
Posted April 25, 2008 at 4:35 PM
From dave cooperHi, we stayed at a park at jablines a 20 minute bus ride from disney, arrived at cdg with no car, but pre-booled a taxi, at an agreed cost of 30 euros. The clock in the taxi read 50 odds by the time we arrived but the driver asked for the agreed 30 and also took us back to the airport at the end of the trip. He was allowed into disney as a taxi driver so could take you direct, most prices i found for 3 people were at least 90 return, his email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted August 4, 2009 at 10:47 AM
and i found him by googling taxi jablines.Excellent service and great comfy car could take upto 8 passengers. Best taxi i've been in for a long time and his driving wasn't bad either!
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