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Travel From Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) To Disneyland Paris

If you’re planning a trip to Disneyland Paris, you’ll likely be flying into Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), the main airport in Paris. Fortunately, there are several transportation options available to get you from the airport to the theme park which is located about 25 miles outside the city. We realize there is a lot of information out there on how to get from the worlds largest airport to the resort and it can cause some confusion. We’ll break this down for you and simplify the entire process. Our last trip doing this was done in August of 2023.

Here’s a beginner’s guide to all the different ways to get from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland Paris.

By Train

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The train is the most popular and fastest option to travel from CDG to Disneyland Paris. Your goal is to go from CDG Terminal 2 to Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy Station which is right outside Disneyland Paris.

There are two train routes that take about 10 minutes and 70 minutes, respectively:

TGV Train

  • Takes you directly to the Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy station, no stops
  • The route typically costs 19 Euro per person
  • Travel time is about 10 minutes
  • Trains run every 10 to 20 minutes in the mornings and late afternoons

RER B Train

  • Typically takes you to Chatelet les Halles and then to Chessy Station
  • Travel time is about 70 minutes barring any delays
  • The trip costs around 5 Euro per person
  • The trains run every couple of minutes

Tips and Tricks

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  • To get to the train station from your gate, follow the signs for “Trains” or “RER.” If you’re unsure, ask an airport employee for directions. The walk can take around 10-15 minutes depending on your gate.
  • To read the train line screens at the station, look for the train number, the destination, and the departure time. The screens are usually in French, but you can change the language to English by pressing the “EN” button. Make sure you’re looking at the correct rail company screen as well.
  • For the TGV train we recommend purchasing them in advance as certain times to sell out. Use the SNCF app to buy them. For RER B Trains we recommend purchasing your tickets at the train station as you’ll likely not have a Navigo travel card. Buy the ORIGIN – DESTINATION Tickets unless you plan to use the rail fequently during your visit. In this case you may want to grab a Navigo card and fill as needed.
  • Both trains only take you as far as the Chessy station. From here, if you’re staying on property, you’ll need to grab a bus to your hotel or a taxi/Uber if you’re at a surrounding hotel. For day trippers you can just walk from the station right into Disney Village.

By Bus

Another option to get from CDG to Disneyland Paris is by bus. Magical Shuttle is the official bus service of Disneyland Paris, and it offers direct transfers from the airport to the theme park. The buses run every day from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM and cost around 23 Euro per person. The trip takes about 45 minutes

By Taxi

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If you prefer a more direct and private option, you can take a taxi from CDG to Disneyland Paris. Taxis are available 24/7 at the airport, and the trip takes about 45 minutes. The cost is around 70-90 Euro, depending on the time of day and the number of passengers. We recommend this option if you don’t want to worry about train schedules or missing a bus. It’s direct and ready for you when you are.

By Private Transfer

Another private option is to book a private transfer service in advance. Welcome Pickups is a popular transfer service that offers door-to-door transfers from CDG to Disneyland Paris. The cost starts at around 70 Euro for a sedan and goes up depending on the number of passengers and the type of vehicle

By Car

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If you prefer to drive yourself, you can rent a car at CDG and drive to Disneyland Paris. The trip takes about 45 minutes, and there are several car rental companies available at the airport. However, keep in mind that parking at Disneyland Paris can be expensive, and the theme park offers free shuttle buses from nearby hotels


Getting from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland Paris is easy and convenient, thanks to the various transportation options available. The train is the most popular and fastest option, but there are also buses, taxis, private transfers, and car rentals to choose from. By following these tips and tricks, you’ll be able to navigate the airport and train station with ease and enjoy your trip to Disneyland Paris.