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Driving to Eurodisney

Driving by the car to Disneyland Paris - tickets, fares, booking for Ferries and Channel Tunnel trains

Driving by car or motorbike to Eurodisney Paris takes around 3 hours or so from Calais. The fastest Channel crossing with a car is by Channel Tunnel, with one of the Eurotunnel trains. Cheaper options are by ferry from Dover to Calais, Boulogne or Dunkirk. Compare all channel crossings below to find the best deals and the right journey for you.

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Taking the car? Compare all channel crossings by tunnel or ferry. To find the best deals, always book well in advance and travel at off peak times where possible.

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Book Eurotunnel

Note: Please take care to book your route the correct way round. Eg: When travelling from UK, select Folkestone to Calais.

If you are driving to France, Eurotunnel is the quickest way to cross the Channel.  Folkestone to Calais in just 35 minutes. Overnight tickets start at 44 return. For longer stays, Standard single tickets are from 49 single.

All fares are per car, including all luggage.

All tickets are booked securely through our partner Leisure Direction, one of the largest ferry and tour agents in UK.

Book Eurostar

Eurostar operate the passenger trains that run through the Channel Tunnel. They go from London, Ashford or Ebbsfleet in England, to Paris, Lille, Calais, Avignon, Eurodisney, Brussels and beyond. London to Paris takes 2 hours 15 minutes, and fares start at just 69 return.

The cheapest deals and biggest choice of tickets can be found at the official Eurostar web site.

Taking the car? Use our booking form to find the best Channel ferry and tunnel prices.

There's so much to do at Eurodisney, chances are you will need to stay overnight or even for a couple of days. See the Eurodisney Packages here to get some great deals on Eurodisney Hotels, entry tickets and ferry, Eurotunnel or train travel. Click for more...

Route from ferry or tunnel to Eurodisney - A (very) brief overview

The ferry ports at Calais, Boulogne and Dunkirk, and the Channel tunnel train terminal at Coquelles / Calais, are all along the A16 motorway. This is a busy stretch of road, with many travellers and holiday makers, as well as a good deal of heavier commercial traffic coming to and from the ports. However, it is well connected, and easy to get on to the A26 motorway (this is especially quick from Calais).

Once on the A26, head south to eventually join the A1, one of France's main motorways, heading south toward Paris. At junction (exit) 6 turn onto the A104 to reach the A4. This is a busy area on the outskirts of Paris, similar to the M25 in London. Don't attempt this without a good map or sat nav and detailed directions. See the AA Routeplanner for example.

The Eurodisney park is about 32 km east of Paris (exit 14 from the A4) and is well signposted as Parc Euro Disneyland. The nearest town is Coupvray.

Tolls

There are more toll roads in France than in UK, and although it may cost a little more, it does generally mean your journey is quicker and you will avoid the heavier traffic. At the time of writing, tolls for the journey from Calais to Disneyland Paris were about 15 Euros.

Below is a map of the Disneyland Paris complex

Use the zoom to get an idea of the location of Eurodisney in relation to Paris, which is to the west


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In a Hurry to Cross the Channel?

If you want to travel by car to France and beyond, the quickest option is to use the Channel Tunnel "car trains". It takes just 35 minutes from Folkestone to Calais. Prices start from just 49 per car for a Standard single fare. In a car of 4 people, prices work out at only 12.25 per person! Click here to find the best prices and book online.

Compare all Tunnel and Ferry Prices

The cheapest Channel crossings are by ferry. Single fares can be found from as little as 19 per car. Compare ferry and channel tunnel prices here...

Easy, fast and comfortable. Do you really need to take the car?

You can travel in style with the Eurostar passenger trains, direct from London to Disneyland Paris in 2 hours 35 minutes, or to the centre of Paris in just 2 hours 15. Prices start at just 59 return. There's plenty of room for luggage, plus there will be no traffic jams and stressful driving. And since you won't be driving, you can even treat yourself to a little drink on the way!

Eurostar trains also run from Ashford and Ebbsfleet in England, to a range of destinations including Lille, Calais, Avignon and Brussels. Visit the official Eurostar website for more info on the Eurostar Trains.

Need a Eurodisney Package?

There's so much to do at Eurodisney, chances are you will need to stay overnight or even for a couple of days. See the Eurodisney Packages here to get some great deals on Eurodisney Hotels, entry tickets and Eurostar trains. Click for more...

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