How To Get To Disneyland Resort Paris by Coach

The Disneyland Resort Paris is the leading holiday destination of Europe and thanks to it's RER- and TGV-station also a central hub of public transport in the region. These two facts are of great help to those guests who want to travel by coach, as a wide range of options is available in this section too.

Most towns in the region, if not connected by the RER, do offer public buses to the Disneyland Resort Paris (or to be more exact the RER-/TGV-station of it), while organized one-day-tripy by coach are offered to tourists staying in Paris. But this is no option if you are looking how to get to DLP by coach from your hometown further away...

In this case you may take advantage of the fact that the Disneyland Resort Paris is the destination of countless organized trips by coach which are offered through (more or less) local travel agencies. Usually these offers consist of an package including the transport in a coach to the the resort, the room in a hotel and the tickets for the themeparks. While this can be an interesting option on many occasions guests will be unable to find such organized coach-trips to depart in their region for their preferred date of the trip or might be unhappy with the choice of hotels offered. But this shouldn't be a problem, too, as DLRP is also connected to the European Express Coach Network operated under the name EuroLines by several national coach-operators. Their high-standard coaches connect the major cities of Europe according to a firm schedule.

If you are not staying in a Disney Hotel or a Val de France Hotel you may want to store your luggage next to Guest Relations on the right side of the entrance of the Disneyland Park or the Walt Disney Studios at your arrival- or departure-day. Another luggage-storage is located inside the train station but the operation times of this service are not coordinated with the opening times of the parks.

From all over Europe with EuroLines

Connections by coach to the Disneyland Resort Paris from the major cities in all parts of Europe are provided by the the European Express Coach Network EuroLines and its national coach-operators.

Their high-standard coaches connect the major cities of Europe according to a firm schedule. In the case of the Disneyland Resort Paris they do stop at all Disney Hotels (with the noted exception of the Davy Crockett Ranch, which is accessible only by car or taxi) and at the coach-station next to the RER-station between the Disney Village and the Disneyland Hotel (please inform the driver when boarding at which hotel you stay). At the coach-station guests of the Val de France Hotels can board the free shuttle buses of their hotels.

Through EuroLines the traveller may take a coach from Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithunia, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom or the former Yugoslavia right to the front door of his Disney Hotel or the themeparks. As each traveller can carry a long up to two pieces of luggage and a carry on luggage this is an (not only regarding teh expenses) eligible alternative to taking the plane or train. For more detailed information on the schedule and prices visit EuroLines online. You may book directly with them or through your preferred travel agent.

Please also note that it is suggested to show up approximately 15 minutes prior to the pick-up time at the stop.

One-Day-Trip from Paris

Why not pay visit to the Disneyland Resort Paris during your next visit to Paris? As the resort is only 32 kilometer east of the city this is an option of great interest to many tourists, who just want to spend a single day in the themeparks.

If You don't have your own car with You or don't want to use it there are two options to choose from: you may take the RER to the resort, which gives you the freedom of deciding when to take the ride back and maybe visit the Disney Village at the end of the day, or you may join an organized one-day-trip. These are offered through travel agencies, the tourist information and at many hotels and are operated by several companies, but in most cases the official partner of DLRP, Cityrama, which also offers one-day-coach-trips to Paris for guests of the Disney- and Val de France-Hotels. These organized one-day-trips to DLRP usually include the passports already. They take off at several pick-up-points at Paris (this may vary depending on the season, so ask which stop is the enarest from Your hotel). While on the coach some information material is handed out and on Cityrama-buses a video is shown helping you plan your day. While this is a comfortable way to go from Paris to the resort you will have to show up at a certain time for the ride back to Paris and may arrive in the morning only after the parks have already opened.

Please also note that it is suggested to show up approximately 15 minutes prior to the pick-up time at the stop.

Local Bus Lines

While the smaller towns surrounding the resort don't have RER-connectins to the Disneyland Resort Paris, guests staying in hotels there might take one of the buses of the public transportation system, which are shuttling between these towns and the RER-/TGV-station "Marne-la-Vallée / Chessy Parc Disneyland".

The buses stop at the bus-station right next to the RER-station, at the same platforms as the free shuttles for guests of the Disney Hotels and the Val de France Hotels. It is located between the Disney Village and the Disneyland Hotel, only a few step away from both themeparks.

More informations about the bus-lines is accessible through the website of the public transportation company of the region.