Upcoming strikes in France and the UK in October. Find out more



National strike in France on Thursday 29 September

We’re aware of planned strike action in France on Thursday 29 September. 

Are you travelling to/from Paris or Lille on that day? 

We will run a full timetable, however, public transport and connecting journeys in France may be disrupted. 

Please plan ahead and allow extra time for your journey. Traffic info can be found on the following websites: 

  • for connecting journeys in France
  • for public transport in Paris
  • for public transport in Lille

If you’d rather postpone your journey to avoid potential disruption, you can exchange your ticket for free in the same travel class, subject to availability. 

UK rail strikes on 01 and 05 October

Travelling on 01 October? 

There will be a national strike across the UK railway network on that day. Although the strike doesn’t involve Eurostar staff, it will have an impact on our timetable as running hours have been reduced on UK rail lines, including the high-speed line we use.  
This means we’ll be running a reduced timetable on 01 October.  
Check our revised timetable to find out if your train is cancelled or the departure and arrival times have changed.  
If your Eurostar train is cancelled, you can: 

  • Exchange your booking for free to travel at a different time/date in the same travel class, subject to availability OR 
  • Cancel your booking and claim a Eurostar e-voucher valid for 12 months OR 
  • Cancel your booking and claim a refund from where you originally bought your ticket. 

Find out more about your options.  
If your train is now departing at a different time, please download your ticket again for up-to-date information and arrive at the station at the recommended time shown on your updated ticket. 
If your train is scheduled to run, there will still be major disruption to local railway traffic in the UK, which may affect connecting journeys. Please plan your journey to/from St Pancras International carefully and allow extra time. 

Travelling on 05 October? 

Eurostar will operate as normal and the London Underground will remain open. However, disruption is to be expected on other trains in the UK, including London Overground trains. 

Please allow extra time to travel to/from London and check for updates if you’re taking a connecting train in the UK.

Tickets for the Netherlands are not currently available on certain dates

We’re not selling any tickets between St Pancras International, Rotterdam Centraal and Amsterdam Centraal on the following dates until the timetables have been confirmed:

  • Saturday 24 to Sunday 25 September 2022
  • Saturday 08 to Sunday 09 October 2022
  • Saturday 15 to Sunday 16 October 2022
  • Saturday 22 to Sunday 23 October 2022
  • Saturday 29 to Sunday 30 October 2022
  • Saturday 05 to Sunday 06 November 2022
  • Friday 11 to Sunday 13 November 2022
  • Saturday 19 to Sunday 20 November 2022
  • Saturday 03 to Sunday 04 December 2022
  • Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 December 2022

Trains to/from Disneyland® Paris from 07 June 2023

From 07 June 2023 and until the end of the year, our direct trains to Disneyland® Paris will not run. 

However, you can still reach Disneyland® Paris after this date by taking a connection in Lille or Paris.

We’ll be reviewing our plans for 2024 during the course of 2023.

Connecting via Lille

You can catch a Eurostar train from London St Pancras to Lille Europe station and take a connecting French high-speed train (TGV) from Lille Europe to Marne-la-Vallee-Chessy station which is opposite the Disneyland® Paris park gates. 

You can book a connecting journey from London to Disneyland® Paris via Lille on our website. Please select Disneyland® Paris (Chessy/Marne-La-Vallée) as your destination. On the train selection page, click on ‘1 change’ to see the full journey breakdown. Tickets usually go on sale about 4 months in advance. 

Connecting via Paris

You can catch a Eurostar train from London St Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord and from there take local RER trains to Disneyland® Paris. 

You can book a Eurostar journey from London to Paris Gare du Nord on our website. Some trains go on sale as early as 11 months in advance, with more trains added about 6 months in advance. 

RER tickets can be bought at ticket booths or ticket machines in the Metro and RER area at Paris Gare du Nord on the day. They cost €5 one-way. Children aged 4-9 get a 50% discount on the RER network and children under 4 can travel for free. 


RER trains run from Paris Gare du Nord every 10 minutes or so, and the journey takes around an hour. If you want to know when the next RER train is due to depart you can check the RATP website. You can also take a look at a Paris RER map here to help plan your journey.

When you arrive at Paris Gare du Nord, exit the platform and head left following the signs to the Metro and RER down the escalators to find your connecting train.


  1. Take the blue RER line B from Paris Gare du Nord in the direction of Robinson or Saint-Rémy-Lès-Chevreuse or Massy-Palaiseau
  2. Get off the train at Châtelet-Les-Halles
  3. At Châtelet-Les Halles, cross the platform to take the red RER line A in the direction of Marne-La-Vallée – Chessy (Disneyland® Paris)
  4. Get off the train at Marne-La-Vallée – Chessy (Disneyland® Paris)


Please allow plenty of time to travel from the park back to Paris Gare du Nord. Check your Eurostar ticket to find out how early you should arrive at Paris Gare du Nord for pre-departure checks. 

  1. From Marne-La-Vallée – Chessy (Disneyland® Paris) take the red RER line A in the direction of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Cergy-Le-Haut or Poissy.
  2. Get off the train at Châtelet-Les-Halles
  3. At Châtelet-Les-Halles, cross the platform to take the blue RER line B in the direction of Mitry-Claye or Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV
  4. Get off the train at Gare du Nord.