What’s the best way to travel from London to Disneyland Paris

What’s the best way to travel via train, from London to Disneyland Paris and back to London to Heathrow Airport? We are staying in Paris 3 days. Thank you
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) April 03, 2018 15:57
    Hi Esther,

    The station servicing Disneyland Paris is Marne la Vallée, located right at the gates to the park.

    There is one direct train per day from London to Marne la Vallée. This train is the Eurostar high-speed train.

    Otherwise, you can take the Eurostar from London to Lille, where you would connect to a TGV that takes you to Marne la Vallée.

    If you wish, you could also just take the Eurostar from London to the city of Paris, from where you can get to Disneyland Paris by taking a local RER commuter train on Line A. You can board an RER to Marne la Vallée at either the Châtelet/Les Halles or Gare de Lyon stations in Paris. From Châtelet/Les Halles, the ride to Marne-la-Vallée takes about 42 minutes. From Gare de Lyon, the ride to Marne la Vallée takes about 39 minutes. Line A of the RER departs every 5 to 10 minutes throughout the day.

    Unless you purchase a city pass for public transit in Paris (i.e. the zones 1-5 option of the Paris Visite Pass), you would pay to take the RER locally when you're there.

    You would purchase tickets from London to Marne la Vallée or London to Paris by searching the route under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS' on the homepage of our website, www.raileurope.com. Generally, the Eurostar can be booked 6 to 9 months in advance of a departure date. TGV trains generally can only be booked once within 90 days of an intended departure.
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