How To Get From Orly Airport To Disneyland Paris (Cheap & Easy!)
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Orly airport isn’t the most popular airport in Paris, however, it’s one we fly into regularly with budget airlines from the UK when visiting Paris and the nearby Disneyland Paris.
The best way to get from Orly Airport to Disneyland Paris is on the Magic Shuttle bus. The journey costs €23 per person one-way and takes around 80 minutes depending on traffic. You could also take a hire car, taxi or private bus however this is more expensive and takes a similar amount of time.
The train is one of the most affordable ways to travel between the two locations however, it requires transferring at Charles de Gaulle airport which isn’t ideal with luggage.
To help you learn more about the step-by-step process and make your decision we’ve outlined each of the transport methods below.
If you’re planning on hiring a car during your trip to France, then you’ll likely be picking it up from Orly airport. The journey will take roughly 40 minutes to 1 hour depending on traffic levels.
From the airport, you’ll be heading around onto the A106. Before shortly going on to join the A86 around the Thiais Village.
From there you’ll join the A4 for the remainder of your journey, only exiting the motorway at junction 14 for Disneyland Paris.
The route is well signposted once you join the A4 motorway should you struggle to follow these instructions or a navigation system.
When it comes to parking at Disneyland Paris, if you’re staying on-site at one of the Disney hotels then parking is complimentary with buses regularly running to transfer guests between the parks and Disney hotels.
If you’re not planning to stay on-site at Disneyland Paris then you’ll need to check your hotel at the time of booking for the terms and conditions on parking. Some charge an additional fee per night, while others allow you to park your car in the car park for free.
In our opinion hiring a car and driving from Orly to Disneyland Paris is only worthwhile for those who are planning on travelling around France further before or after a stay at Disneyland Paris.
The most expensive way to travel from Orly Airport to Disneyland Paris is by taxi. However, it’s also the quickest and most convenient.
We suggest booking an Uber upon your arrival rather than paying for a taxi on the metre located outside the airport.
Ubers collect passengers from Orly Airport at the passenger pickup area on the arrivals level. The cost of a trip will vary depending on the availability of cars and traffic.
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On average we have paid €65 for a car to suit up to 4 passengers (one-way) and €101 for a car/van to suit up to 6 passengers (one-way) for our journeys from Orly Airport to Disneyland Paris.
If you’re planning on booking your transfers between Orly Airport and Disneyland Paris in advance then we recommend using the price comparison website, Hoppa.
Not only do they offer public arranged transfers on coaches, but they also compare prices for private transfers such as taxis. I managed to get a quote for one four-seater car for £48 / £54 (one-way)
Alternatively, if you’re travelling as a large party then you could hire a private minibus to transfer you via Hoppa. This is estimated to cost around £81 / £91 each way.
Again, the prices of transfers are likely to depend on the time of day/year you’re travelling. However, we always use Hoppa to ensure we’re getting the best value for money from our transfers regardless of where in the world were travelling.
If you’re staying on-site at one of the Disneyland Paris hotels then you can pre-book your transfer from Orly Airport to Disneyland Paris on the magic bus during the booking process. Alternatively, you can book your transfer on the Magic Shuttle website.
This is an affordable way to travel from Orly to Disneyland Paris and the only stops being the resort hotels relatively quick.
Being a Disney service the customer service, quality of the buses etc. is all fantastic and helps to completely take out the hassle of the transfer.
Finally, you can travel from Orly Airport to Disneyland Paris (or vice-versa) by train. Sadly, this isn’t as straightforward as when completing this journey from Charles De Gaul and instead will take around 1.5 hours and require multiple changes.
You can board the train out of Orly Airport from either the South or West terminal. From here you’ll take the short journey to Antony on the OrlyVal line. Orlyval shuttles run from 6.00am to 11.35 pm and costs €9.30.
From Antony, you’ll want to take the RER (exactly which RER train will depend on your arrival time into Antony).
Unlike some of the other Disney parks around the world. Upon arriving at Gare de Marne la Vall’e Chessy station you’ll see very few signs advertising Disneyland Paris despite the fact it’s simply outside the doors of the station.
For larger parties, families or the elderly, I wouldn’t recommend taking the train from Orly Airport to Disneyland Paris due to the length of the journey and the number of changes.
Upon leaving the station if you’re staying at Disney on-site hotel then I suggest going to the bus park which is located outside the doors to the left (if you’re unsure as a member of staff) and getting the dedicated bus back to the specific hotel.
Otherwise, take the exit towards the parks and you can enter security and the Disney Village direct from there.
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