EuroDisney trains run from London, Paris and CDG Airport arriving directly at the Paris Disneyland park gates.
Here are detailed instructions on taking the most popular EuroDisney train routes:
The London to EuroDisney train route is operated by Eurostar. Trains bound for EuroDisney leave London from St. Pancras International train station (at King’s Cross Tube Station). Direct train service between London and Paris Disneyland departs London St. Pancras once per day at 08:35 in the morning, arriving at EuroDisney at 12:30 (2 hours 55 minutes of train travel, plus 1 hour time difference between London and Paris, Paris being 1 hour ahead of London). Eurostar train tickets start at 59£ return between London to Disneyland Resort. Eurostar London-Paris Disneyland ticket price starts at 44£ for children between 4-11 years of age. There are also several connecting high speed trains from London to Disney departing as early as 06:59. Search train timetables for London to Disneyland at voyages-sncf.co.uk.
Paris to EuroDisney train service is provided by RER trains which run between Paris city centre and EuroDisney, located 40KM east at Marne La Vallée station (located at the Disneyland park gates). The RER train service is a non-reserved seating, city train with frequent service between several Paris stations and Marne La Vallée. RER ticket price from Paris to Disney is 6,45€ one way. See the full article for more information: RER A Paris and Eurodisney.
Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport to EuroDisney by train is possible from CDG Terminal 2 which has its own TGV train station. CDG to EuroDisney train ticket prices vary from 15€ to 37€. Travel time between CDG and EuroDisney by train is between 8 and 13 minutes. The first train departs CDG for Eurodisney at 06:54. The last TGV train between Marne La Vallée (EuroDisney) station and CDG Airport departs Disneyland at 22:56 arriving at CDG Terminal 2 at 23:06. Find out more at CDG to EuroDisney train at ParisByTrain.com.