Did you know that Walt Disney was a fan of model trains?
It’s perfect because you can even take the train to Disneyland (Marne la Vallée – Chessy station) or you can go by public transit via the RER A train from Paris. That is unless you go directly by car and you’re looking for parking near Disneyland Paris.
The story doesn’t say what Walt Disney thought of cars, but as long as it’s convenient for you, that’s all that matters!
If you’ve decided to go to Disneyland Paris and you need to park your car, you have plenty of options. On ParkingsdeParis.com, we give you all the information you need to spend a magical moment with your family or friends in this theme park in Paris.
The Disneyland park is about 40 kilometers from Paris. Whether you plan on going to the park for one day or several (we doubt you’ll spend only a few hours there), you can park in a secure car park near Disneyland Paris or close to public transportation if you prefer to take the train to the park. Book a low-cost parking space in Paris on ParkingsdeParis.com and you’ll only have to focus on enjoying your time at Disneyland Paris!
To go to Disneyland Paris by public transportation, you can take the RER A train from Vincennes, Gare de Lyon, or Châtelet les Halles stations and get off at Marne la Vallée – Chessy station. The whole journey takes about 45 minutes.
ParkingsdeParis.com lets you book affordable parking spaces in Paris and Île-de-France. But that’s not all, we also give you the best advice on parking in Paris! One good plan for your day at Disney is to park in one of our many park and ride car parks: leave your car in a low-cost car park in Paris or near a RER A train station and go the rest of the way to the park by train. Just get off at Marne la Vallée – Chessy station in front of the Disneyland and Disney Village park entrances.
Disneyland is full of familiar faces: Mickey Mouse, the Disney princesses, all of its adventurers, and of course a dragon… It’s a once in a lifetime experience to spend the day with them all!
Formerly named Eurodisney, the Walt Disney theme park is now called Disneyland Paris. But whatever name you know it by, it’s still one of the must-see places near Paris. The park is divided into several different areas according to the rides and “universes” that could interest you. Remember to take a map when you get to the park and then set off to enjoy the following worlds!
Fantasyland – Here you will find all the attractions with Disney’s wonderful characters, including Alice’s Curious Labyrinth, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and of course the famous Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups!
Adventureland – If you’re a true adventurer at heart, you can’t miss this part of the park. If you dream of being Indiana Jones when you grow up (even if you already are a grownup!), Adventureland is the place for you. Here you’ll also find Pirates’ Beach and the Robinson’s Cabin!
Frontierland – Have you always dreamed of going on a cruise? Well here’s your chance: hop on the Thunder Mesa Riverboat ride! Or maybe try your hand at Rustler Roundup Shootin' Gallery. Whatever you do, don’t forget the classic Big Thunder Mountain!
Discoveryland – The best place in the park to discover the The Mysteries of the Nautilus (without having to go 20,000 leagues under the sea), to go “to infinity and beyond” with Buzz Lightyear, and to soar through the galaxy on Space Mountain. ;)
Main Street U.S.A. – Take a stroll down Main Street U.S.A. and travel back in time with all the quaint shops, cafés, arcades, trolleys and horse drawn carriages that are sure to amaze all ages. Be sure to catch a parade and take in the iconic castle!
At Disneyland Paris you can meet Mickey and all the other characters from the magical world of Disney, from princesses and toads to all your favorite cartoon characters. Maybe that’s your favorite part, or perhaps it’s all the marvelous rides and attractions like: the magical Peter Pan’s Flight, the fantastic ocean voyage of Pirates of the Caribbean, or the Phantom Manor that will make your hair stand on end!
But what would a trip to Disneyland be without visiting Sleeping Beauty’s castle? You also can’t leave without visiting the Dragon’s Lair beneath Disney castle. By the way, if you have a potion that requires dragon’s breath, now’s your chance…
Do you plan to go to Disneyland Paris? Then you should know the adventure doesn’t stop there! You can also visit the Walt Disney Studios Park to enjoy the attractions, shows, and restaurants there.
Like the Disneyland parks, Walt Disney Studios is also divided into several different areas:
Backlot – Have you always wanted to go behind the scenes of your favorite movies? Then check out the Backlot to immerse yourself in the experience!
Toon Studio – If you’ve always dreamt of flying on a magic carpet ever since you saw Aladdin, this is the place to make your dreams come true! (Of course we can help you with where to park it after you land!) In Toon Studio you’ll also find the worlds of Toy Story and Ratatouille!
Front Lot – You’ll pass through the Front Lot regardless since it’s the entrance to the park, but be sure to check out Disney Studio 1 and steal the spotlight as you walk down Hollywood Boulevard!
Production Courtyard – Did The Shining make you shiver? Just wait till you find yourself in the Twilight Zone's Tower of Terror! Get ready to drop 13 floors in an elevator… We hope you’re not superstitious. ;)
If you plan to stay in Paris during your trip to the Disney parks and are looking for the best place to stay, take a look at ParkingsdeParis.com. We’ve selected the best hotels in Paris, especially ones with affordable parking nearby. We promise you’ll be much safer than in the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror hotel!
Even if you’re staying in the city, consider booking a parking spot near Disneyland Paris with ParkingsdeParis.com! Better to have your spot taken care of worry about being the first in line to meet Mickey! °o°
So come with family or come with friends, to discover or rediscover all the magic of the wonderful world of Disney in the two theme parks in Marne-la-Vallée: Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios! And don’t forget Disney Village: full of restaurants, shops, a cinema, golf course, and so much more. Want to spend a day (or several) at Disneyland Paris? Wondering where to park your car? We suggest you reserve a spot in one of our secure car parks in Paris!
Book your parking space to go to Disneyland Paris today using ParkingsdeParis!