How To Get To Disneyland Resort Paris by Car

DLRP is located not only 32 kilometer east of Paris but also next to the highway A4 where it has it's own exit "Parcs Disneyland" from where signs guide guests either to the parking lot of the themeparks, to the Disney hotels except for the Davy Crockett Ranch, or to the Val de France Hotels. The Davy Crockett Ranch must be accessed through the exit "Provins / Serris" located three kilometer nearer to Paris on the A4.

For the use of French highways a toll must be paid on payment-stations on the highways, except for the highways surrounding Paris, which are tollfree. The tollbooths accept French coins at automated machines, all usual creditcards at automated machines and French coins and papermoney at the clerks windows - be sure to choose carefully before approaching a booth as on each lane only one of the three choices is offered but driving backwards out of a wrong lane is forbidden. You may calculate the toll online for nearly all types of cars (in German only).

If you want to save money and are willing to spend a little more time on the road try to take the "Route Nationale" streets to Disneyland Paris. They are are tollfree and nearly as good developed as the highways, to which they run parallel most of the time. Plus: you get a better view of the French countryside, too.

In case you want to use a rental car for the trip consider renting it at Hertz, as this is a partner company of DLRP and has a car rental station in the resort, allowing you to hand in your car right at your Disney Hotel (or fetch one up there for the right back).

Below we prepared some basic directions from all over Europe on highways to the resort. It might be useful to take a look at the current traffic situation in the region (and at advance notices of construction on the highways) before departing online at http://www.sytadin.equipement.gouv.fr/.

If you are looking for more detailed driving directions right from your housedoor to the Disneyland Resort Paris try the free service of ViaMichelin - as destination just enter "Disneyland Resort Paris".

A gas station open 24 hours 7 days a week is located on resort-property next to the Hotel Santa Fe easily accessible from the main parking lot (follow the signs) and the road connecting all Disney Hotels

Your starting location:

From Austria...
Drive to Switzerland or Germany and then follow the driving instructions from Switzerland or the south of Germany.

From Belgium...
Take the E42 that brings you to Namur and Mons where you change to the E19/A2 which in turn takes you to the A1 direction Valenciennes. You stay on this highway till you passed by Roissy (near Paris). Now change onto the A104 eastward to "Marne La Vallée". After approximately 27 kilometer change again onto the A4 direction Metz / Nancy. Now it's only 12 kilometer till you reach the exit "Parcs Disneyland" that will take you directly to the resort.

From East Europe...
Depending on your location in easteurope head toward Germany or Austria and follow the directions suggested from there.

From France...
Just take the nearest highway and follow the directions to Paris which is not only the state's capital but also in the center of it's highway system. From there follow the directions as suggested below toward the A4 eastward. If you bypass either the Roissy or the airport Orly on your way to Paris follow the directions from the airports instead as you will be able to avoid the usual traffic jams around Paris this way.

From Germany...
Three different main routes via French highways are to choose from:
From the north head toward Aachen and on toward Liège in Belgium from where the E42 takes you to Namur and Mons where you change to the E19/A2 which takes you to the A1 direction Valenciennes. You stay on this highway till you passed by Roissy (near Paris). Now change onto the A104 eastward to "Marne La Vallée". After approximately 27 kilometer change again onto the A4 direction Metz / Nancy. Now it's only 12 kilometer till you reach the exit "Parcs Disneyland" that will take you directly to the resort.
From the center of Germany head toward Saarbrücken where you cross the border and find yourself on the A4 if you follow the signs Metz / Paris. You can't miss the exit "Parcs Disneyland" as it is announced on special signs in time. If this is the route you have chosen you should also take a look at our tollfree alternative.
From the south head toward Straßburg via Karlsruhe. Shortly after corssing the French border you join the A4 direction Metz / Paris which takes you directly to the exit "Parcs Disneyland" (from some locations it might be preferrable to follow the directions from Switzerland).

From Great Britain...
Choose a highway to London from where you can follow the A2 toward the channel or a ferry that takes you to France. Once there (please keep in mind: in continental europe you have to drive on the right half of the street) take the A1 direction Valenciennes. You stay on this highway till you passed by Roissy (near Paris). Now change onto the A104 eastward to "Marne La Vallée". After approximately 27 kilometer change again onto the A4 direction Metz / Nancy. Now it's only 12 kilometer till you reach the exit "Parcs Disneyland" that will take you directly to the resort.

From Ireland...
Take a ferry to Great Britain and head toward London from where the A2 takes you right to the channel or a ferry to France. Then follow directions given to guests from Great Britain.

From Italy...
Take a road toward Geneve in Switzerland and head the directions from Switzerland.

From Luxembourg...
Take the A31 toward Metz where you change onto the highway A4 toward Paris with the exit "Parcs Disneyland" your entrance to the magic.

From Paris...
Departing with a car from inside paris or having reached Paris on road enter the highway circeling Paris called "Péripheriqué" heading eastward. In the southeast of Paris you leave it for the A4 toward Metz / Nancy leading to the exit of the Disneyland Resort Paris.

From the airport of Paris...
From the airport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle follow the signs "Marne La Vallée" onto the A104 eastward. After approximately 27 kilometer change onto the A4 direction Metz / Nancy. Now it's only 12 kilometer till you reach the exit "Parcs Disneyland" that will take you directly to the resort.
From the airport of Orly take the A86 toward Créteil / Metz. After approximately 11 kilometer change onto the highway A4 toward Metz / Nancy that brings you right to the gates of the Disneyland Resort Paris.
From the airport of Beauvais follow the N1 and then the N31 toward the city center, then follow the signs to the A16 toward Paris, which you leave at the exit L'Isle Adam. From there follow the N1 toward the airport Roissy-Charles de Gaule and then follow the instructions above.

From Portugal...
Take a highway corssing Spain toward Bordeaux in France and follow the directions as suggested for guests from Spain.

From Reims - Champagne (Ryan Airport)...
Follow the D274 leading from the airport to the city center. There follow the signs leading to the A4/E50 toward Paris. Once on the A4 you can't miss the exit "Parcs Disneyland" as it is announced on special signs in time

From Scandinavia...
It's easiest to head to the north of Germany and then follow the directions given for the guests of this region.

From Spain...
From the east of Spain head toward Barcelona where you enter the E15 that takes you toward Lyon and on onto the A6 toward Paris. Shortly after passing Orly change onto the A86 toward Créteil / Metz. After approximately 11 kilometer change again onto the highway A4 toward Metz / Nancy that brings you right to the gates of the Disneyland Resort Paris.
From all other parts of Spain it's the shortest way to head toward Bordeaux, from where the highway E05 takes you to Paris, where you change eastward onto the highway circeling Paris called "Péripheriqué". In the southeast of Paris you leave it for the A4 toward Metz / Nancy leading to the exit of the Disneyland Resort Paris.

From Switzerland...
While there are several roads to take toward France, they all finally lead to Dijon, Beaune or Macon where you enter the highway A6 toward Paris. Shortly after passing Orly change onto the A86 toward Créteil / Metz. After approximately 11 kilometer change again onto the highway A4 toward Metz / Nancy that brings you right to the gates of the Disneyland Resort Paris.

From The Netherlands...
It's easiest to take a highway toward Brussel from where to follow the directions given for guests from Belgium.

Special: Tollfree roads to DLRP...
From nearly every location it is possible to avoid the highways and use instead the tollfree "Route Nationale" roads, which are nearly as good developed as the highways, so that you wont spend much longer on the road. This way you save money and add a touristic element.
Usually the "Route Nationale" run more or less parallel to the highways - currently we can offer you directions for a tollfree alternative for guests from the center of Germany, which takes 30 to 60 minutes longer than the directions via the highways but saves about 90 Euro per turn
From Saarbrücken take the A4 toward Metz (here you have to pay a toll of approximately 18,- FF). After bypassing Metz change onto the A31 direction Nancy. Stay on that highway till it ends after Nancy and drive on toward Toul. Near Toul change onto the N4 (Route Nationale 4) direction St.Dizier. Don't change the road and stay on it past Vitry-le-Francois, Sezanne and Beton-Bazoches. Shortly after Beton-Bazoches (around 16 km) leave the N4 before you reach Vaaudoy-en-Brie and change onto the D231 direction Villeneuve-le-Comte / Marne-la-Vallee , but don't use the exit toward those cities instead stay on the D231 as it leads directly toward the Davy Crockett Ranch, which already is a part of the Disneyland Resort Paris. From their just follow the signs toward "Parcs Disneyland" which lead to the themepark and the hotels via the in this section tollfree highway A4.