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Orly Airport to Disneyland: Transfers and Taxi
Transfers to Disneyland
Imagine, you are at Orly air hub, and you and your kids are only 47 km away from the dream.
The best way to get to the legendary park is to book a car in advance. The Kiwitaxi driver meets you at the arranged time, helps with luggage and takes you to your place as fast as possible. They know the route, and you don’t need to explain anything to them.
If you are planning to travel with a big company, choose a suitable car class from 11 options, presented on the Kiwitaxi site. Don’t forget to book a child seat!
The transfer costs from 63 euro. The trip takes about 40 minutes.
Taxi from Orly Airport
From Orly Airport to Disneyland in Paris, a taxi will cost 65–75 euro. The fare depends on traffic conditions. The official taxi cabs are metered. You recognize them by the sign on the roof. Taxi ranks are situated outside both terminals. Some drivers may have no change from large bills.
You can get to the theme park by:
Val d'Europe Airports Shuttle (VEA). A one-way ticket costs 23 euro for adults and 10 euro for children. You will find the bus stops at both the South and the West terminals. The trip will last about 90 minutes.
train. There is no direct connection between the two points. At first, you go by Orlyval and RER B to Paris city center and then take an RER A to Marne La Vallee. The duration of such a trip varies from 80 to 120 minutes.
If we haven’t enough scared you with such a difficult route or you just adore trains, see the cost of the trip: 12 euro for an RER B ticket and 8 euro for an RER A ticket.
It’s not hard to guess that you are going to the theme park with children. Mind that neither a bus nor a train will get you straight to your hotel. The transfer will save the energy of your kids for more important things: attractions in Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, night illumination shows and parades with Disney stars.
About the Route
The road A86, along which you will have a ride, is the second ring road around Paris. It passes through the suburbs of the French capital.
Mind that not all Parisiens speak English. If you don’t know French well, be ready to face problems in communications.