Disneyland Paris Tickets

Disneyland Paris Tickets

Disneyland Paris 1-Day Ticket

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Pass for 1 or 2 Parks: Entry to Disneyland Park® and/or Walt Disney Studios® depending on the option booked
  • FASTPASS: Priority access at some attractions
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Disneyland Paris Multi-Day Entrance Ticket

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Entrance to Disneyland Park®
  • Entrance to Walt Disney Studios® Park
  • Ticket Valid for 2 - 4 Days
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Disneyland Paris 1-Day Flexible Ticket

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Pass for 1 or 2 Parks: Entry to Disneyland Park® and/or Walt Disney Studios® Park depending on the option booked
  • Ticket can be redeemed within 1 year of purchase
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Disneyland Paris Express Tickets and Shuttle Transport

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Pass for 1 or 2 Parks: Entry to Disneyland Park® and/or Walt Disney Studios® depending on the option booked
  • Round trip transportation from Paris to Disneyland Paris
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Disneyland Paris Full-Day Ticket with Transportation

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Pass for 1 or 2 Parks: Entry to Disneyland Park® and/or Walt Disney Studios® depending on the option booked
  • Private transfer with pick-up and drop off at your accomodation in Paris
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Disneyland® Paris Express Tickets for Train and Parks

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Pass for 1 or 2 Parks: Entry to Disneyland Park® and/or Walt Disney Studios® depending on the option booked
  • Round-trip RER train tickets between central Paris and Disneyland® Paris
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Disneyland Paris Ticket with Return Transport from Paris

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Pass for 1 or 2 Parks: Entry to Disneyland Park® and/or Walt Disney Studios® depending on the option booked
  • Round trip transportation in luxury air conditioned coach
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Disneyland Paris Entrance Ticket with Private Transfer

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  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Pass for 1 or 2 Parks: Entry to Disneyland Park® and/or Walt Disney Studios® depending on the option booked
  • Private transfer with pick-up and drop off at hotels in Paris
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Plan Your Visit

Looking for an all-ages, all-in-one adventure while visiting France? Check out Disneyland Paris! Located around 40 km (25 miles) from the city center, this iconic theme park has become one of the top destinations for travelers looking for fun, great value, and a bit of the timeless magic that only Disney can provide. We’ll show you how to get the best deals, skip the crowds, and make the most out of this legendary attraction. Let’s get started!

How much does a ticket cost?

Like any major attraction of its size, Disneyland Paris has a variety of options available to you when it comes to buying tickets. These variances in price depend on a number of different factors, all of which you can plan ahead for to make sure you get the best deal. These include:

    Where you buy your ticket: This is where planning ahead really makes a difference. If you purchase your ticket in person at the gates of the park, you’ll spend around 20€+/- more than you would if you make your purchase online. Tickets vary in price depending on age, season, how many parks you visit, and how many days you visit consecutively. Regardless of any of these variables, you’ll always pay less if you buy online directly.

    How many days you visit: Disneyland Paris is massive, and with so many things to see and do, many visitors decide to visit the theme park over the course of a few days. Thankfully, Disney rewards you for doing so by giving you a discount based on how many days you purchase tickets for. If you go three days in a row, you can get significant savings on package ticket prices, and see all of the attractions at a more relaxed pace.

    The number of parks you want to visit: Though it’s well known as one major destination, Disneyland Paris is actually comprised of two separate parks: Disneyland Park, and Walt Disney Studios Park. Disneyland Park is the more traditional venue, with classic Disney characters who entertain guests, rides, mazes, a massive arcade, playgrounds, and musical theater. Walt Disney Studios Park, on the other hand, is more of an interactive, behind the scenes experience that brings you the movie magic that’s made Disney famous for nearly 100 years.
    The best part of having two parks to visit? Disney rewards you for visiting both with the Hopper Ticket option! Much like the number of days you visit, the number of parks you visit over that time drives the overall ticket prices down which can add up to a lot of savings, especially for families.

    What time of year you visit: Due to high and low tourism seasons, Disney has scaled pricing for tickets based on what time of year you visit the parks. During low season (January through May), ticket prices and group ticket packages are offered at lower prices, and even lower if you visit mid-week (Tuesday through Thursday). If you want to get the best deals, check out these three ticket options for seasonal visits:

      1. The Mini Ticket: Ticket valid for off-season dates, mid-January through mid-May, excluding most weekends and holidays. These are Disney’s cheapest ticket options, and a great value.

      2. The Magic Ticket: This ticket includes the same access and dates as the Mini Ticket, with the addition of most high season dates, weekends, and holidays, except for specific “peak dates.”

      3. Super Magic Ticket: This ticket includes access for all park dates available throughout the year, including all holidays and weekends.

How to avoid the crowds?

No one likes crowds when they’re on vacation, and if you plan your trip right, you can avoid them! Here are some simple steps you can take to avoid crowds and long waits, and spend more time having fun with friends and family.

    Visit During Off-Peak Times: Due to the high demand in the summer, fall, weekends, and holidays, the parks are best to visit between January and May (Low Season), mid-week. This will ensure that you spend less time waiting in lines, get sat faster at the many great restaurants, and allow you to see and do more during your visit!

    Book Your Trip Online: One big factor that can slow you down, especially during busy times at the park, is waiting in line for tickets at the gate. You can avoid this (and save €!) by purchasing all of your tickets online in advance. Buy them, print them or save them as an e-ticket, scan at the entrance, and walk right in.

    Get a FASTPASS: This is a fantastic way to save time, and ensure you don’t wait to get on Disneyland Paris’ many busy attractions. When you pay for FASTPASS, each ticket holder can insert their ticket into the FASTPASS machine at selected rides, and it will select a time for you to return, granting you immediate access at that specific time. This will allow you to check out other attractions and do other things at the park rather than wait. Think of this as a “virtual line”, if you will.

    Download the App: Disneyland Paris has a fantastic app you can use from your smart device which will not only give you a detailed look at the attractions you want to visit, but also lets you see wait times for lines, and distance from your current location. This helps you plan ahead, regardless of where you are in the park, and will save you a lot of time over the course of a full day.

    Go Early: The early bird sure does catch the worm when it comes to theme parks, and Disneyland Paris is no different. Crowds are significantly smaller right after the park opens, especially on the bigger, more popular attractions. We recommend to get the big ones out of the way bright and early, especially if you don’t purchase FASTPASS. Both parks at Disneyland Paris open at 10AM.

Before You Go

Time to get excited! You’ve just booked your trip to Disneyland Paris, and now it's time to plan. Planning ahead can save you time, money, and make your overall experience smooth and without a hassle. Here’s what we recommend you do before you go:

    Have a Game Plan: Take a bit of time and plan out, as best you can, which rides, shows, and other attractions you’d like to see during your time at Disneyland Paris. Make a list, then see how you can fit in each item the most efficiently into your timeframe and budget.

    Wear Comfortable Clothes: Part of creating a good plan is making sure you’re comfy while at the park. Look up the weather for the time of year (or specific dates) you’ll be visiting, and dress to be outside for most of each day you spend at the parks. Also, wear comfortable shoes. You’ll do a lot of walking, and the last thing you want is sore feet taking away from all the fun you’ll be having!

    Make Dinner Reservations in Advance: Lots of families and full days of fun means hungry crowds, and restaurants tend to fill up fast. Luckily, you can book ahead before you arrive and avoid waiting for a table. There are over 50 restaurants between the two parks, so your options are endless!

    Eat Lunch at Off Times: Naturally, most people visiting the park will choose to eat lunch between 12pm-1pm, which can cause a bit of a bottleneck at the eateries and restaurants. The best way to avoid this is to eat lunch about an hour earlier, or an hour later.

    Bring Snacks and Water: This will save you a lot of money, as snacks from the park are quite expensive. It will also help bridge the gap between lunch and dinner, and keep your energy up throughout the day. Remember, you’ll be doing a lot of walking, standing, and riding, and staying fed and hydrated (fill up your water bottles at the park!) will make you a lot happier, especially towards the end of each day.

How to get to Disneyland Paris?

There are many ways to get to Disneyland Paris, regardless of where in the Paris metro area you’re staying, or passing through on a day trip. Here are our recommendations:

From Paris

    Arrive by RER Train: The RER train is one of the city’s most efficient forms of transportation, and there’s a stop a mere 5-minute walk from the park gates. Take the RER line A4 train from Paris to the Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy station. From there it’s a quick, clean, safe walk to either park, with proper signs guiding you where to go.

    Drive: If you’re heading to Disneyland Paris by car from the center of Paris, you can hop on the A4 expressway and get to the parks via Exit 14. The parks are around 40 km (25 miles) from the city center, and traffic isn’t that bad during off-peak times and seasons. There’s plenty of paid parking available just outside the parks, and you can park for FREE if you stay at one of the Disney-branded hotels.

    Take the Disneyland Paris Express: This is the most direct way to reach the parks if you’re not arriving by car. The Disneyland Paris Express is a shuttle bus that goes directly from Gare du Nord, Opera, Chatelet, and the Eiffel Tower right to the park. There are also shuttles that leave from both Paris airports. These shuttles all leave between 8:10AM and 8:45AM depending on where you board, and which one you take (the Eiffel Tower shuttle is a separate bus), so plan to leave early. Prices vary depending on the season, station, and ticket package.

    Buy a Ticket That Includes Transportation: The most popular package option for this is a Disneyland Express Ticket. This ticket option includes admission (with options for one park, or two), plus round-trip transportation on any of Disney’s Express Shuttle options from Paris or its airports. It’s a huge time-saver, and will spare you a ton of stress in the long run. You can also find package deals through Ticket Guide that include private car transport, and round-trip train tickets on the RER included with park admission. Click here to check out all of the incredible ticket/transportation packages we offer!

From Charles de Gaulle International Airport

Many of Disneyland Paris’ visitors come from other countries, which means that transportation from Paris’ main airport is a popular choice, and an important one. Here are your options if you’re arriving from Charles de Gaulle:

    By Train: Take a TGV speed train directly from the airport to the park (fastest option), getting off at the Marne-la-Vallée station, or take the RER Line B (economic option) from Charles de Gaulle to Chatelet Les Halles in Paris, then switch to the A4 line, which will take you to the Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy station, a 5-minute walk from the gates.

    The Magical Shuttle: This is a shuttle that has multiple daily trips between both Charles de Gaulle and Orly international airports. The shuttles also service all of the Disney hotels, and have FREE WiFi on board to keep you busy and having fun during your trip.

    Private Car Transfer: If you want to travel in a more private way, taxis and private car services have flat rate fees for transportation directly to Disneyland Paris from Charles de Gaulle. This can get pricey if you’re on a limited budget but it is certainly the fastest and most comfortable way to reach the park from the airport.

Opening hours

Disneyland® Paris is open every day of the year. But the opening and closing hours vary based on the season and the Parks may stay open late for special seasonal events.

  • Disneyland Park is open from 10 am to 10 pm
  • Walt Disney Studios is open from 10 am to 8 pm