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Important: Although travel restrictions have begun to ease, we’re still not able to start running trains on all our routes again yet because of the ongoing impact of the pandemic. As a result, we will not be running direct trains to and from Disneyland® Paris for the time being.

Traveling to Disneyland® Paris

Whether you’re traveling 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.

Taking the train is simple and seamless and will take you straight to the park gates in 2 hours 40 minutes. Just hop on a direct Eurostar from London St Pancras International and sit back and enjoy the view as you speed through Kent in England and the north of France to the Marne La Vallee, just outside Paris.

Make your dream vacation to Disneyland® Paris a reality with ticket prices starting at just $59 one way. The park is open all year round, so you can take your pick between a short break or a longer stay to make the most of the magic. 





Get to the station at our recommended arrival time to allow plenty of time to get through border controls and security. Before you know it, you’ll be en route to the place where magic gets real.

At the moment, we're only operating from London St Pancras International  to Disneyland® Paris. We’re unfortunately temporarily unable to operate services to and from Ebbsfleet and Ashford.

You can buy tickets to Disneyland Paris from around the UK for your connecting journey on before you change at St Pancras International.

Our 2-bag luggage allowance means you can pack everything you need for all the family, and bring back plenty of souvenirs. You can use our mobile app to download your tickets to travel with minimal contact and also receive all our travel updates direct to your phone. On your journey back to London, please arrive to Marne-la-Vallée station at the recommended arrival time.


What's on board?


All passengers must wear a face mask at our stations and on board in line with guidelines announced by the UK and French governments. But you can take it off briefly to eat and drink on the way. Please note that children under the age of 11 are not required to wear a mask in the UK and France.  

New hygiene measures mean we’re unable to serve food and drink on board or at our stations. We’d recommend bringing your own refreshments. Please note: it’s okay to bring liquids through security at all our stations. 

For your own safety and comfort our train will have been intensively cleaned and disinfected in line with advice from health authorities before boarding. You’ll also notice our cleaning team going up and down the train working throughout the journey. They’ll be regularly disinfecting areas you’re most likely to touch, such as door handles, toilet flushes and luggage racks.
Also, we’re topping up soap stocks and water tanks on our trains more regularly so you can wash your hands more often on board.


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 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.

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