Disneyland Paris address
Disneyland Paris is located in 77777 Marne-la-Vallée in France. To enter this address into the car's navigation system, Disneyland Paris, Boulevard du Parc, 77777 Marne-la-Vallée, has proved to be the most useful as this road leads to the resort's main car park.
Map of Disneyland Paris
The map shows the two parks with all the attractions, restaurants and other facilities such as toilets, smoking areas, ATMs, and so on. You can collect one at the entrance of the park, at the ticket offices or in any Disney hotel.
Disneyland Paris opening hours
The main opening hours of Disneyland Paris are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm - that's how long the two parks are really open every day. However, a closing at 18:00 is very rare.
Walt Disney Studios Park is usually open daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, and on weekends and main seasons, it is open until 8:00 pm.
Disneyland Park is usually open daily from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm, on weekends and main seasons, depending on the season also until 10:00 pm or 11:00 pm.
Additionally there is the Extra Magic Time, formerly known as Extra Magic Hours. During the Extra Magic Time, guests of Disney Hotels as well as certain Annual Passport holders can enjoy the two theme parks the regular opening hours. Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park open at 8:30 am for these guests. An overview of the exact dates and opening times as well as the opened attractions are available at every hotel reception.
How to get there?
Disneyland Paris is located about 30 kilometers from Paris itself, so it is very easy to reach.
Useful tips & information for your journey
Traveling by plane
One of the fastest ways to reach the resort which lies in the heart of Europe is by plane. The two airports, Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly, are not far away and easy to reach by both, public transport, and the Magic Shuttle. There are direct connections to one of these two Parisian airports from pretty much any European airport.
Tips for air travel to Disneyland Paris
Traveling by train
Just outside the two theme parks is the Chessy / Marne-la-Vallée train station. A various number of express trains stop here, such as the TGV or the Eurostar, and it is also connected to the public transportation. The RER, which are the local trains, brings guests from the center of Paris to Disneyland Paris in about 40 minutes.
Tips for travelling by train
Traveling by bus
At the station of the Chessy / Marne-La-Vallée there is a large bus station. One side is used for the shuttle buses which take guests from the parks to selected Disney Hotels and Disneyland Paris Partner Hotels. On the other side of the station, you can find the public buses. A second bus hub for public busses can be found next to the Disney Village parking garage. Timetables and routes are available at www.ratp.fr
Apparently a stop for long-distance buses does not exist. Those companies that drive to Paris stop in the city itself, where you can jump onto the RER to get to Disneyland Paris.
Maybe a Disneyland Paris bus trip is an alternative for you? There are several Companies who usually offer day trips to Disneyland. Most times the Trip starts sometime at night so you arrival at the opening of the park and leave on the evening of the same day.
Useful information for travelling by bus
Traveling by car
Disneyland Paris is also easy to reach by car, it is located just off the A4 motorway and has its own exit, so it hard to miss.
When traveling by car, drivers who have never or rarely traveled in France should pay attention to a few things. For example, there is a speed limit on the highway, tolls are charged and certain areas require an environmental badge. But even drivers with little experience can get there easily.
Useful information on how to get there by car can be found here
Of course, every car driver asks "Where can I park?" That's really easy at Disneyland Paris. Parking is free for Disney Hotel guests at both parking spots, their hotel's car park and the main car park. Day guests pay for a parking ticket to use at the main car park. In addition, there are two parking garages, one at the train station, the other directly at Disney Village. There are extra charges to use either of these two parking garages.
Which language is spoken at Disneyland Paris?
You got it, the main language at Disneyland Paris is French. However, since it is a resort of a US corporation, English is represented almost equally. Those who speak one of these two languages will have no communication problems.
Due to the many guests from Spain, many employees also speak Spanish. Other languages such as German, Italian or Dutch are rather rare.
Shows and attractions are always in English and French. Menus at the restaurants are available in in other languages, like Italian, Spanish or German.
Is it safe at Disneyland Paris?
In the lights of recent events, the question of security unfortunately comes up over and over again. And, of course, tourist destinations like Disneyland Paris feel the insecurity. But they take action and we can say quite clearly: Disneyland Paris is as safe as it can be!
There are visible and invisible protective installations so that visitors of the resort can spend an undisturbed and truly magical time. Visible and tangible security measures include comprehensive controls. Therefore cars of hotel guests are searched when driving onto the hotel car park, the luggage also has to go through a X-ray screenig when entering the hotel and there are also security checks of the guests, partly by a hand scanner and partly in the form of a security lock, which must be passed.
A similar checkpoint is also located at the entrances of Disney Village, so that all guests wishing to visit Disney Village or one of the two theme parks are checked. Therefore it’s recommended to remove all sharp objects from your luggage, backpacks, or purses in advance. Knives, scissors and similar things have to be left at the security gate (except for the security check at the hotel which allows you to take small utensils to your room). If something suspicious is detected at the scanner, a detailed check will be performed, similar to those at the airport.