Warning to Visitors

Some of the information below may be out of date as a result of changing timetables and services. Please double check the accuracy of all information before travelling.

The booking forms should be up to date however, so if tickets for a particular service are available, then the service should be operational.


Marne-la-Vallée is a new town outside Paris, France. The area is now home to Disneyland Paris, as well as a number of universities and technological institutions.

How to get to Marne-la-Vallée from
Route 1:

The high-speed TGV service from Lille Europe to Nice takes around 7-8 hours, passing through the whole length of the French countryside.

There are only two services a day in either direction. A more frequent alternative journey, Paris - Nice (TGV) is also available, but can be a little more inconvenient than the Lille - Nice option if you are coming from a connecting train due to the cross-city Metro change at Paris.

Route 2:

If you are travelling between central Paris and Disneyland, you will be travelling on RER Line A. Fortunately, the station used for Disneyland, Marne-la-Vallee is at the end of the line, so it is a bit easier to find when looking for the next train. 

Route 3:

Why not experience the magic of Disneyland Paris, direct to/from London on the Eurostar. Trains direct to/from Disneyland run only once a day to/from London St Pancras, but you still get to experience the comfort and style offered by the Eurostar service. During school holidays, frequencies can increase, so check with Eurostar to find out what services will be available on the day you plan to travel.

Route 4:

If you are trying to get to/from Disneyland by train to/from Lille, there are plenty of trains to choose from. Trains between Lille and Marne la Vallee (Disneyland's closest train station), depart at least once an hour, travelling to/from a range of destinations, throughout France, including Marseille, Monpellier, Bordeaux and Lyon.