Disneyland near Paris is a country of childhood that every child wants to get into, and every adult dreams of returning to it. A planet inhabited by cartoon characters and characters from fairy tales. More than 50 attractions will introduce you to 4 countries. Adventures, discoveries, fantasies will transfer to the unreal world of magic and a terrific holiday. A cruise to the world of music, fairy-tale princes and princesses, a meeting with sea pirates and beloved heroes – this is not all that awaits tourists in the place of dreams and dreams of little travelers. While children fly in the clouds of their fantasies, adults can tickle their nerves in a haunted castle, rush about at an incredible speed in a mine train, ride through the castle in the jungle, like Indiana Jones, like Baron Munchausen from a cannon fly to the moon. Moviegoers and dreaming of becoming actors have the opportunity to be on the other side of the screen at Walt Disney Studios. Toys for human growth, chases, high-speed cars, motorcycles, participation in the film “Armageddon”, the horror tower, the cartoon museum, etc., etc. If you do not like fairy tales, Disneyland parks will change your mind, and shows and holidays, held here will make you forget about reality. A carriage in a fairy tale filed (how to get there) For all tourists, there are several options to get here. Choose any. A RER commuter train on line A takes you to the Marne-la-Valais / Chessy station in 35 minutes. And from it, 2 minutes walk are Disneyland parks. The RER train ticket costs 6.5 euros. From the station shuttle buses run directly to the hotels and the park. The bus fare is 18 euros for adults, 11 euros – for children. When traveling by car, take the A 4 motorway. Take exit 14 “Disney Parks / Baia Romenville” and you will find yourself near parks, Disney hotels, and Golf hotels. A free car park is at your disposal. Airports Roissy / Charles de Gaulle, Orly offer tourists VEA shuttle buses that will take you an hour to the Parisian tale. Bus No. 50 goes to the park from the village of Seris, in which travel is free. A taxi ride will cost from 45 to 90 euros, depending on the starting point of your route. How much does it cost to travel to a fairy tale (ticket prices) We recommend that you buy tickets to the park well in advance on the park’s website: save time and 20% of the cost of the entrance ticket. In addition, tickets are valid a year after purchase. You can buy tickets at the Disney store on the Champs Elysees, at Fnac chain stores. Children under 3 years old – free-of-charge visitors of attractions, for children from 3 to 12 years old a child ticket is bought. Categories of tickets and their cost: – 1 day and one park cost for adults from 54 euros, for children – from 50 euros; – an adult ticket for 1 day in 2 parks (valid for a year) costs about 80 euros, children – from 74 euros; – in one day, 2 parks with a limited date of 10 euros will be cheaper; – 2 days will take more than 107 euros from your wallet, from 96 euros for children; – 3-4 days in a fairy tale will cost from 119 euros to children and from 138 euros to adults. You can buy a ticket for 1 day in 2 parks with travel from the center of Paris. It will cost about 100 euros and will be valid only on the date you choose. The best offer, but not for everyone, is to visit the park 4 times during the week: an adult ticket costs 133 euros, a child costs 118 euros. When Disneyland’s doors are open (opening hours) The park’s operation depends on the time of year. If it opens year-round every day at 10 am, the closing schedule varies: on weekdays in summer it closes at 11 nights, in winter at 7 pm, on weekends at 9 pm. Let the magic be long! (how much time to plan) It takes about 50 minutes to travel by train from Paris to the park, the bus travels 45-50 minutes. From Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disney rides are just 25 minutes away. As for staying in the land of miracles and entertainment, we ask a rhetorical question: “How long does it take for a fairy tale?” Children will answer: “A lot!” And we advise adults to visit this place of magic for at least 2 days, although even after your first visit to Disneyland, your child will be immensely grateful to you. If funds allow, become a fairy for your child for one more day. Baby happy faces are worth it!