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Disneyland® Paris holidays

Whether you’re travelling as a family, with a group of friends or as a couple, Disneyland® Paris is an unmissable experience for everyone, and it’s so easy to get to from the UK.

Just hop on a direct Eurostar from London St Pancras or, if you’re driving, you may find our Kent stations more convenient for parking. Taking the train is simple and seamless and will take you straight to the park gates in 2 hours 40 minutes. Eurostar runs direct to Disneyland® Paris at popular times like school holidays and bank holidays.

Eurostar is the most comfortable way to get there and, best of all, we also partner with Magicbreaks, so you can enjoy a magical stay in one of the Disneyland® Paris themed hotels.

Make your dream holiday to Disneyland® Paris a reality with ticket prices starting at just [eurostar-pricing:ukmck] one way. The park is open all year round, so you can take your pick between a short break or a longer holiday to make the most of the magic.

 

NEW! Unmissable deals on Disneyland® Paris breaks now available for 2018/2019

 

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Tips from Disneyland® Paris fans

  • Steve Riley standing in front of the castle at Disneyland Paris

    Steve Riley

    Extra Magic Hours - the three most important words of your Disneyland Paris holiday. Stay on site to get into Disneyland Park (occasionally Walt Disney Studios) 2 hours before the general public. Meet your favourite characters on Main Street, USA and go on key rides with the lowest queues of the day. 8-10am is your golden time - use it wisely.

    dedicatedtodlp.com / @DedicatedToDLP

  • Michelle and partner standing in from of the castle in Disneyland Paris

    Michelle Ordever

    Before you set foot on the Eurostar to Marne-la-Vallee for your Disneyland Paris trip, make some sort of plan – it will help your days go smoothly. Write down the attractions you simply must do, parade times, and character meet and greets. For me, my must-dos are Pirates of the Caribbean, and Disney Dreams - the night time spectacular – stake out a spot (in the Central Plaza) around 30 minutes before showtime.

    thepurplepumpkinblog.co.uk / @MsPurplePumpkin

  • Karen's two children watching the parade at Disneyland Paris

    Karen Beddow

    We took Disney fancy dress from home. We, like many of you, will have a full box of fancy dress so we packed it. If you stuff it in a zip-lock bag it is actually presses down quite small and your little ones can have their very own fancy dress on to meet the princesses/characters which will make your Disney experience even more magical!

    minitravellers.co.uk / @minitravellers

  • Geoff standing with his arm around Pluto at Disneyland Paris

    Geoff Dodds

    Most people do Walt Disney Studios park in the morning. You can beat the queues in both parks by starting in Disneyland Park and by doing Walt Disney Studios park later in the afternoon. The two parks are within short walking distance.

    dlptownsquare.com / @DLPTownSquare

Travelling to Disneyland® Paris

Grandfather and child on board the Eurostar Disney train with a Mickey Mouse soft toy

Eurostar runs several direct trains per week to travel from London to Disneyland® Paris to let you get to the park in 2 hours and 40 minutes.

After a quick 30-minute check-in at St Pancras International, Ebbsfleet or Ashford you’ll be on your way.

Our Kent stations have long-term parking facilities if you’re coming by car, and our 2-bag luggage allowance means you can pack everything you need for all the family, and bring back plenty of souvenirs.

 

What's on board?

 

For great value tickets with no hidden costs, choose Standard class. You can get drinks, snacks and meals for all the family at Café Métropole, our onboard bar buffet.

If comfort and ease are your priority, travel Standard Premier, we’ll take care of everything, including snacks and refreshments.

 

Arriving at Disneyland® Paris

 

Direct Eurostar trains to Marne-la-Vallée run during school holidays and on popular term time days of the week, then it’s just a two-minute hop, skip and jump to the park. You can also get to Disneyland® Paris with a quick change in Lille, giving you even more choice of when you go.

You can even leave your bags at the station if you’re eligible for the Disney Express luggage service. 

 

  • Explore the park

    Disneyland® Paris is packed with rides, shows and parades, ready to enchant everyone from the very young to the young at heart.

    Formed of two theme parks, the Disneyland® Park and the Walt Disney Studios Park, it's the most visited attraction of its kind in Europe.

    In fact, it boasts over 50 attractions on a 55-hectare site, seven hotels, a campsite, a ranch, a golf course and gardens.

    Unmissable rides include the classic Big Thunder Mountain, Space Mountain: Mission 2 and Ratatouille: The Adventure.