Due to its proximity to Paris, Disneyland can be easily reached by train. Especially since the range of fast train connections from European train stations to Paris has been steadily expanded. The connection to the Marne-la-Vallée / Chessy train station, which is in the immediate distance of the resort, is constantly improving. It is important to know that not only does the local train company offer trips to Paris, but that the French capital is also very easy to reach by Eurostar, Thalys, and there is also a TGV connection from many cities. If you like to travel at night or want to arrive at Disneyland in the morning well rested, then night trains are recommended. There are regular connections from almost all states. A reservation is usually required here, so you should book your ticket a bit in advance. The central train station at Disneyland Paris is called Marne-la-Vallée / Chessy. This station is only served directly by a few departure stations, but it is often necessary to change at the Gare du Nord or one of the other Parisian train stations.
If you take the train to Disneyland and want to go directly to one of the two theme parks, you can use the luggage storage at the respective park entrance. There is a similar service in the train station, but the opening times here are not coordinated with the opening times of the park. Directly in front of the station there is a large bus station where the shuttles to the Disney Hotels, to the hotels in Val de France and to many other external hotels are running from. Many public transport bus lines stop here and go to the surrounding towns and cities.
If you want to go to Disneyland from one of the Paris train stations or spend a day in Paris, you can use the RER. RER stands for Réseau Express Régional and is comparable to a subway.
Disneyland Paris is located on the RER A line. The stop is called Marne-la-Valée / Chessy Parcs Disneyland.
It takes about 35 minutes to get to the center of Paris with this train, which is integrated into the metro network of the metropolis. A train runs every 5-10 minutes during peak hours, and every 20 minutes during off-peak times.
To use the RER, you need a ticket that you can buy directly at the RER stations and metro stations in Paris. For the Paris-Disneyland route or vice versa, you need a ticket that ranges from zone 1-5.
Champs Elysées: Take RER line A to the "Charles de Gaulle Etoile" stop. Here you are right at the triumphal arch, where the boulevard Champs Elysées begins.
Eiffel Tower: Take the RER line A to the "Chatelet-Les-Halles" stop and change there to the RER line B towards "Robinson / Saint-Remy les-Chevreuse". Leave the RER at the "St-Michel Notre Dame" stop and take the RER line C towards "Versailles - Rive Gauche". Get off at the "Champ de Mars Tour-Eiffel" stop and be there in a few steps.
Louvre: Take RER line A to the "Chatelet-Les-Halles" stop and change there to metro line 7 towards "La Courneuve". You have reached your destination at the stop "Palais Royal Musée du Louvre".
Montmatre: Take the RER line A to the stop "Nation" and change there to the metro line 2 in the direction of "Porte Dauphine". You have reached your destination at the "Anvers" stop.
Notre-Dame: Take RER line A to the "Chatelet-Les-Halles" stop, there you change to metro line 4 in the direction of "Porte d'Orleans". You can get off at the next stop called "Cité" and after a few steps you will be at Notre-Dame church.
Versailles: Take the RER line A to the "Chatelet-Les-Halles" stop and change there to the RER line B towards "Robinson / Saint-Remy les-Chevreuse". Leave the RER at the "St-Michel Notre Dame" stop and take the RER line C towards "Versailles - Rive Gauche", which you only leave at the final stop.