Getting to Disneyland® Paris

Mickey Mouse with a Eurostar™ train

Whether it's for a family holiday or as part of a city break, it's easy to get to Disneyland Paris by car, plane or train.

Cars Race Rally at Toon Studio in Walt Disney Studios Park

Disneyland Paris Via Eurotunnel

Travelling from Folkestone to Calais via the Eurotunnel is quick and easy, getting to Disneyland Paris in the comfort of your own car.

It takes 35 minutes to get to France, then join the motorway for the 3-hour trip to the heart of the magic in the parks.

Driving to Disneyland Paris with Eurotunnel

Zoom alongside Lightning McQueen at Toon Studio in Walt Disney Studios Park

Disneyland Paris Via P&O Ferries

Cruise over to Calais from Dover onboard P&O Ferries, where you can enjoy great dining, shopping and entertainment options, as well as sea views from the deck.

There are around 20 crossings a day and the trip takes 90 minutes to reach Calais, then a 3-hour drive to your Disney destination.

Travelling to Disneyland Paris with P&O Ferries

It's quick and easy to reach the heart of the magic on Eurostar

Disneyland Paris by Eurostar

Get to Disneyland Paris quickly on the train direct from London, Ashford or Ebbsfleet via the Eurostar in 2 hours and 45 minutes.

The Disney Express service included on the direct Eurostar, takes luggage to your Disney Hotel, so you can focus on the fun on arrival.

Also travel to Disneyland Paris via Lille, which takes around 3 hours.

Getting the Eurostar to Disneyland Paris

Dumbo the Flying Elephant at Fantasyland in Disneyland Park

Disneyland Paris by Plane

It's never been easier to fly low-cost to Disneyland Paris. There's a variety of UK airports to fly from, and airlines including Air France, easyJet, British Airways, Flybe and Cityjet.

When you land in Paris, hop on to the Magic Shuttle (available at an extra cost) and arrive at your hotel in no time.

Flying to Disneyland Paris