Bus to Disneyland

Disneyland Paris is situated a few miles east of the city, but within very easy reach from the centre. It’s quite possible to spend a few days enjoying Paris before you decide to move on to enjoy the delights of Eurodisney and stay in one of the hotels on the Disney complex. Or if you prefer, you could just as easily enjoy a day trip from Paris, and set off in the morning, shake hands with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, enjoy a roller coaster or two, then set off for your city centre hotel in the evening.

But for some, especially families with young children, you might want to miss out Paris altogether, and simply head straight for the land of make believe and all that Disney has to offer. After all, Paris isn’t the most child-friendly city when it comes to younger children, especially those still in a pram or buggy.

There are plenty of ways to get to Disneyland Paris. Taking the Eurostar train is one of the most popular, as is driving across, usually via the Dover to Calais or Dunkirk ferry or the Channel Tunnel. This is of course a wonderful option if you have plenty of luggage, as most families with young kids do, although it’s not so great if it’s you who has to do all the driving: London to Disneyland Paris is about 6 hours drive and 300 miles.

However, for anyone on a budget, another popular way to get to Disneyland Paris is by bus. There are quite a few guided coach tours available, but increasingly travelers are happy to be more independent and take a bus from services such as Eurolines, for example. This could be a great way of saving lots of money on travel costs – Eurolines offer fares to Paris from as little as £9 during special offers – meaning you could have more to spend on hotels, entrance fees to Disneyland, and all the wonderful Disney rides and adventures.

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