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Bus trip to Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Resort Paris is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe and therefore has very good transport connections. Whether you want to travel by bus, train, car or plane, the connection to the resort is first class.

Organized bus tour
If you are interested in a bus trip to Disneyland, you have to choose between two basic variants of the trip.
On the one hand, there are regional tour operators who organize a trip to Disneyland, which includes travel by bus, accommodation in a hotel and tickets for the theme parks. Or alternatively offer day tours. You usually leave at night so that you arrive on time for the opening of the Disney Parks in Paris. In the evening after the park closes, the bus drives back home.

Travel by long-distance bus
On the other hand, there are bus companies that operate a kind of scheduled service across Europe and drive to numerous cities across the continent, including Paris, of course. If you choose the latter option, you are completely free to choose the hotel, length of stay, etc., which is of course advantageous. With such a bus, however, you cannot assume that Disneyland is directly controlled. As a rule, a stop is made at one of the Paris train stations. From there you can take the RER to the resort.
The Gare de Bercy is one of the train stations that some large bus companies use. From there it is only a few meters to the metro, metro line 6 takes you to the Gare de Lyon, there you take the RER A towards Marne la Vallée - Chessy (Disneyland Paris) and you will be there in about 40 minutes.

More information about "RER from Paris to Disneyland"

Day trip by bus to Disneyland Paris

Would you like to take a day trip to Disneyland Paris? Then a bus tour is certainly one of the options that you should consider. Various providers travel to Disneyland, especially on weekends. It usually starts in the early morning where you arrive just in time for the park opening. The return trip takes place in the evening, the times vary depending on the bus company. Be sure to inform yourself before you book your trip, so that you are not surprised by a very early departure and might not be able to watch the evening show at the castle.

Of course, Disneyland Paris is integrated into the local transport network and therefore very easy to reach by bus from nearby cities.
Various bus companies, for example, offer day trips from Paris to the amusement park, which is around 20 miles away.
So why not take a day trip by bus into the world of Mickey Mouse and his friends next time you are in Paris ?!
If you do not want to stick to the fixed departure times of the travel companies from Paris, but want to be more flexible, you can also use regular traffic options and take the metro to the park, for example.