By bus :
( Val d' Europe Airports )
VEA are the official shuttle buses operating daily between Orly airport and Disneyland Resort Paris. They provide 75-seater, air-conditioned coaches with their unmistakeable brightly coloured livery. The service stops at both the South and West terminals of the airport, with tickets available to purchase through travel agents, at the airport counters or on-board the bus itself.
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Tickets are available to purchase through travel agents, at the airport counters or on-board the bus itself.
There are around 20 services a day between Charles de Gaulle Airport and the Disney Resort. All coaches stop at the Marne-la-Valle/Chessy bus station. Timetables can be found on the official website.
For disabled guests, VEA have minibuses available to book in advance.
By car :
If you are picking up a hire car at the airport as part of your holiday you should consider Hertz Car Rental the official partner of Disneyland Resort Paris, with a rental desk located within the West Terminal (Orly Ouest). Hertz offers immediate pick-up upon arrival between 6am and 10pm. Should you arrive at South Terminal (Orly Sud) later than this, a free shuttle bus can take you to the main desk at Orly Ouest.
Your journey time should be around 50 minutes
Check with Hertz for prices.
From the airport follow the signs to Paris- ile de France. Join the A86 motorway (signposted A86 Creteil). Continue on for 10 km and follow the signs A4/A1 Lille-Metz-Nancy-Marne la vallee-Bobigny-Nogent sur Marne. Continue on for 3 km. After Joinville le Pont, take the exit A4-A5 Troyes-Metz-Nancy-Marne la valle-Champigny centre. You merge onto A4.Continue on for 27 km. Leave the A4 at jonction 14 (signposted Sortie 14 Parcs Disney-Bailly Romainvilliers).Continue on for 2 km on Avenue Paul Seramy. Then merge right (signposted Parc Disneyland) Continue on for 2 km before you arrive at Disneyland Paris.
You may need to use the services of the taxi if you have an early/late departures/arrivals. Or you may just want the convenience of a door to door service.
Again your journey time should be around 50 minutes.
Traffic conditions can affect both the journey time and the cost.
Expect to pay around € 70-80
Some useful information about Paris taxi services:
Normally there is a surcharge of € 2.95 if you are 4 people or more. Plus there is another surcharge of €1 from the second piece of luggage.
When you book a taxi by phone, the meter starts to turn from the moment the taxi leaves to pick you up, so when the taxi arrives, the meter will already show more than the minimum charge.
Many drivers don't speak English so you it's a good idea to have your destination address written out clearly to show to him.
As an alternative to taxis here are shuttles operating between both Orly and CDG airports and Paris and these can prove economical if you have a larger party.
Combination of OrlyVal + RER
OrlyVal is the automated electric railway connecting Orly Sud (South) and Orly Ouest (West) terminals at Paris-Orly to the RER
Line B station at Antony. From here, the
blue Line B takes you directly to Chatelet Les Halles.
At Chatelet Les Halles you can change to RER
red Line A4 to Marne-la-Valle/Chessy Disneyland, sometimes abbreviated to to 'MLV Chessy' on display screens.
Remember: Your Paris Metro ticket is valid on RER only for travel within Zone 1 (Euro Disneyland is in Zone 5). If you're using a Paris Visite Pass, make sure it reads Zones 1-6.
Official websites: www.orlyval.com : www.ratp.fr
Your journey time should be around 1 hour 30 minutes.
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