Disneyland Paris

Whether you are a small child, a fairy tale fan or a rough adult, everyone can have fun here and you don't even have to go to America. Disneyland Paris was inaugurated in 1992 and receives around 10 million visitors each year.

It consists of 2 parks - the oldest Disneyland Park and the newer Walt Disney Studios Park. You will find themed environments from Disney fairy tales and the centerpiece is the castle, which has become a symbol of the entire Disney world.

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Attractions at Disneyland

There are many attractions for all ages to enjoy, various shows are held here, and famous fairy tale characters walk around for you to take photos with. There are, of course, many restaurants or souvenir shops. You'll have plenty to choose from and you won't know what to do first.

Next to the park is the Disney Village, which is made up of shops, restaurants, clubs or a multiplex, not everything is just themed around Disney World. As the park is about 30 km from Paris, there are 6 Disney hotels with different price ranges. There is also a Disney golf course a short walk away.

You can enjoy plenty of roller coasters, haunted castles, dozens of shows and skits daily for little ones and adults. In short, Disneyland will keep you entertained for a whole weekend.

Admission: ticket prices and types

Admission prices vary a bit depending on the time of your visit, if you want to visit 1 or 2 parks, it will be a bit cheaper to buy them online in advance: disneylandparis.com/en-int/tickets.

At the same time, you don't pay for any attractions inside the park, only for food or souvenirs.

If you choose to enter only one park, it doesn't matter which one you visit, the price is the same for both.

At the same time, admission is tiered into several categories according to seasons or days of the week, with weekdays being cheaper than weekends, for example.

Only one park

  • Adults: 60 eur – 94 eur
  • Children 3 to 11 years old: 50 eur – 86 eur

Only valid on the specific date selected. It is also possible to buy a ticket without a specific date, which is sold at the flat price of 99 eur for adults or 91 eur for children

Both parks

  • Adults: 82 eur – 114 eur
  • Children 3 to 11 years: 70 eur – 106 eur

Only valid on the specific date selected. It is also possible to buy a ticket without a specific date, which is sold at a flat price 119 eur for adults or 111 eur for children

For more information on the entire park and tickets, visit the official website: disneylandparis.com.

Opening hours

The park itself is open every day from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday, until 10:00 p.m. on Saturday and until 9:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Disney Village is open to the public, so the hours vary from business to business.

How to get there

There are 2 main transportation options to the park. If you drive, you'll find plenty of parking spaces, but they're not exactly the cheapest. You can get free parking if you stay at one of the 6 hotels.

A much cheaper and also pleasant option is the RER line A train, coming directly from Paris.

It takes 35 minutes to get to the Marne la Valllé-Chessy terminus, which is about a 5-minute walk from the park's entrance gate. A one-way ticket costs 7,60 eur.

Using Disneyland's special shuttle buses is an option, but the price combined with the ticket will work out about 2x more expensive than taking the train and there's an even greater chance of taking longer due to congestion.

The buses are convenient for non-stop travel from both Paris CDG and Paris Orly airports. Detailed information can be found on the website: disneylandparis.com/transfer.


Although Disneyland's website tempts you with bargain combo packages with tickets and on-site hotel, the reality is that if you book your hotel separately through a site like booking.com, it will always work out around 5 to 10% cheaper...

You can stay in 5 hotels right on the Disneyland property:

However, there are many quality hotels in the immediate area of Disneyland starting from 60 eur, even cheaper in the low season. In addition, the hotels in Serris in particular are perfectly accessible by several bus lines that go directly to the entrance of the resort.

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