At Disneyland® Paris, you will find two of the most beloved Disney parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios. This entertainment complex also includes Disney Village, a freely accessible area with Disney hotels, shops, restaurants, and many other services.
Opened officially in 1992 under the name of Euro Disney, the park was strategically built near the French capital to make it easily accessible from many European countries. Located just 20 miles from Paris, the park is well connected by the railway network. Disneyland Park is the complex’s crown jewel and the most visited theme park in Europe. With its five themed areas and attractions for both adults and children, Disneyland makes dreams come true for the whole family. Walt Disney Studios, on the other hand, is the smallest Disney Park in the world, but equally loved and constantly evolving.
Sleeping Beauty’s Castle is one of the most iconic and photographed attractions at Disneyland® Paris. And serves as the backdrop for the park's famous light and fireworks shows. Completely restored in 2021, the castle can also be visited internally, housing many surprises, including the mysterious Dragon's Cave.
Things to know before your visit:
Strollers and wheelchairs are available for rent in both parks.
Free Wi-Fi is available in the parks and some areas of Disney Village.
Selfie sticks are not allowed inside the complex.
Smoking is only permitted in designated areas.
Pets (excluding guide dogs) are not allowed in the parks and Disney hotels.
Opening hours of Disneyland® Paris:
How to get to Disneyland® Paris:
From Paris-Orly and Paris-Charles de Gaulle airports:
By train from Paris:
From Gare de Lyon station, take the RER line A to Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy/ParcsDisneyland.
The journey takes about 45 minutes.
For those staying at Disney hotels or partner hotels, parking is free.
Otherwise, there are two large paid parking lots available: one near the entrance of the Disney parks and another at the entrance of Disney Village.