The Fairy Tale Lives on in France
Want to experience the magic of Disneyland Paris? It’s easy to get to there from many points in Europe – and with no Fairy Godmother required. Thanks to the high-speed TGV, you can hop on in cities all over France, as well as take the Eurostar from London and the Thalys from Brussels. All routes will take you directly to the Marne-La-Vallée/Chessy station, located right at the Disney Parks entrance. Local RER trains can also bring you from the city center of Paris or from Charles de Gaulle airport to the same location.
Arrive into Charles de Gaulle in the morning and ride Big Thunder Mountain by noon. Spend the day at the parks with your favorite princess and board an evening train to London. Look at that, it’s a small world after all.
You can go from fairy-tale castles to a real one with ease. In a short time, you can follow in the footsteps of France’s monarchs to the lavish palace of Versailles. Built by King Louis the XIV, the palace is just 40 minutes from Paris. Both castles, fictional and otherwise, can be yours with our Paris Visite transportation card.
With the Paris Visite card you can travel freely on the Paris public transport system, which includes the Metro, the Montmartre funicular, the RER (fast trains between major stations and the suburbs) and the Ile-de-France bus lines (RATP and Optile) This is better than a magic carpet ride. Choose zones 1-6 to visit Disneyland Paris, Versailles as well as the airports – because you will eventually have to go home. Leave behind a glass slipper, and ensure your return to the happiest place on Earth.
To learn more about preparing your trip to France, visit Atout France by clicking here if you’re a US resident or here if you’re a Canadian resident
Contributed by: Melissa, a member of our Product Team, who has traveled by train in 5 European countries and is always planning her next adventure.