How to Get from Magny-le-Hongre to Other Destinations
Magny-le-Hongre is a charming quiet commune, not far the capital. Although it is famous for its proximity to the Disneyland resort, it has a rich history stretching back to the medieval ages. In this article, you’ll find useful information on how to get from Magny-le-Hongre to the capital and other nearby destinations.
Taxi from Magny-le-Hongre
You can call a local taxi by phone or online. Usually, cab drivers in Magny-le-Hongre don’t speak English, so be sure to make an order in proper French. A taxi from Magny-le-Hongre to Paris city center will cost from 75 euros and take about an hour. A taxi travel to Disneyland will make from 15 euros and around 10 minutes.
Transfer from Magny-le-Hongre
In case you can’t afford to spend additional time on arranging transportation there and then, or plan to depart at night, you have an option of a pre-booked taxi transfer. At Kiwitaxi, you simply fill in a booking form specifying when (date and time) and where (exact place) you wish to be picked up, for how many passengers a car is ordered, if child seats are needed, etc. With a private transfer, your driver will meet you at the agreed time, help with luggage, and all you’ll have to do is to enjoy a comfortable ride. A taxi transfer from Magny-le-Hongre to Paris costs from 84 euros and takes near an hour. All Kiwitaxi transfer fares are fixed depending on a vehicle class (economy, business, minivan, etc.), and won’t change unless you order additional services. You can pay for a transfer in Magny-le-Hongre by credit card right on the website or pay in cash to the driver.
Public Transport from Magny-le-Hongre
The Regional Express Network (RER) and a high-speed train (TGV) are quick means of local public transport available for getting to the capital. However, the nearest railway terminal – Marne-la-Vallee Chessy – is about 2 km far from Magny-le-Hongre, and you’ll have to reach it first. A local bus from Zac Du Centre station will bring you to the terminal for 1-2 euros per ticket and 15 minutes. A railway trip from there to the capital takes around 45 minutes and 3-6 euros.
You can take a direct bus from the terminal as well: tickets cost 1-3 euros and the trip to Paris city center from Magny-le-Hongre takes about an hour. If you need to reach an airport (Charles de Gaulle or Orly), there’s an option of a shuttle from the Chessy: tickets cost 10-23 euros, and a trip to each air hub takes about an hour.
Despite a recent boom in its population, the commune is full of what is called a typical spirit of a French village. Such landmarks as the Washing Place and the Church de St Genevieve that had existed here since the 11th century and were restored during last years fill the atmosphere with traditions and remind about the village’s history.