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From: Sandra Cornard
Date: 01-18-2015 13:16:39 pm

Subject: How to Get From Paris Gare Du Nord to Paris Disneyland


How to Get From Paris Gare Du Nord to Paris Disneyland

By Sandra Cornard

Are you in Gare du Nord and planning of travelling to Disneyland? You can easily do it using a number of ways. There are two main ways in which you can do it: using train and using taxis.

Using train

The RER train is the one that you should use. Before using the train you need to buy tickets. To do this you need to find green ticket machines that are usually located near the entrance of the RER platforms.

You should note that the machines only accept credit/debit cards; therefore, if you have notes you should buy your ticket from the ticket office. The main flaw with buying tickets from the office is that the offices tend to be very busy thus you can end up spending a lot of time there. One way ticket for an adult costs €7.50.

If you have coins or using a debit or credit card, you should use ticket machines which are very easy to use. If you don't understand French you should simply select English or Spanish.

Once you have purchased the tickets you should choose the train that you want to use. You can use one of the two trains: RER B or RER D. RER B goes to the Robinson/ Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse direction while RER D goes to the Melun/Malesherbes direction.

Both of these trains will take you to the next stop: Chatelet Les-Halles from where you should catch the next train to Disneyland Paris. The train that goes there is RER line A4.

When you reach Chatelet Les-Halles you should be cautious and ensure that you board the right train. The good thing is that you only need to take a look at the display screen and you will know if you are boarding the right train. The name you need to look out for is Marne-la-Valle. You should note that the name can also be displayed as "MLV Chessy" on some screens.

The trains at the station run after every 10-15 minutes and the journey takes about half an hour. The cool thing is that you don't have to worry about missing your jour stop as Disneyland is at the end of the line.

Using taxi

If you don't want to use the train, you can use a taxi. While a taxi will take you to Disneyland, you will have to spend between 60 and 70 Euros. If you feel you should use a taxi you only need to call your favorite provider.

We provide gare du nord to Disneyland transfer options; therefore, if you are interested in them you should visit us at:

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