City Residence Ivry

60, avenue Paul Vaillant Couturier, Ivry Sur Seine, Paris, 94200, France
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by westy159

Im planning a short romantic trip to Paris with my girlfriend for Christmas. I also know that she would love to go to Disneyland - hey its not just for kids ;) - so for one of the days i want to go there but im wondering how we are going to get from the centre of Paris to Disneyland.

I guess train is the best option but from what station would i go from and should i book the train tickets in advance or buy them when i get there?

Many thanks

Re: Disneyland

by Dabs

Here's info on how to get there from Paris

Re: Disneyland

by Beausoleil

It's an easy trip. Don't know where you are starting, but get the RER train line A4 and go in the direction of Marne La Vallee. That's where you get off for Disneyland and is the end of the A4 line. You will not be alone so just follow the crowd.

You might also enjoy Parc Asterix, a French comic character theme park with strong historical overtones. Here's a web link to check it out.

Have fun.

Re: Disneyland

by cubsur

Just to underline that the RER (Regional Express Railway in English) is a commuter railway with trains about every 15 minutes every day. RER trains run underground through the centre of Paris so there are several stations and also connections with the metro (subway) network. Ticketing is integrated, so only one is needed.

There's a map of the Paris subway and RER network here, so you can work out the best route to Parcs Disneyland according to where you are staying.

Re: Disneyland

by westy159

Thank you all very much :)

Travel Tips for Paris

Hotel de Ville - which is no...

by rhiannon1968

Hotel de Ville - which is no hotel (as an innocent swiss teacher claimed - no name/no shame) but in fact the town hall. It's still my class' favourite sight after I made up a great story about how fashionable and expensive the rooms of the hotel are. Everyone believed it, hehehe, even my colleague!

Paris Museum Pass - save time and money

by rexvaughan

The Paris Museum Pass is a real bargain in my opinion. If you plan to visit 4 or more museums and monuments in 2 days or 6 in 4 days or 8 in 6 days, it will not only save you money, but will also allow you to skip lines awaiting entrance. The pass includes over 60 museums & monuments in Paris and the area around Paris, like Verailles. It should be noted that children uner 18 are allowed free access to most of these attractions. The passes are good for 2, 4 or 6 days but you need to remember that these are only consecutive days. Prices as of March, 2000 are 2 days - 32 Euros, 4 days - 48 Euros and 6 days - 64 Euros. They can be purchased on line or at many Paris area locations including CDG Airport. A complete listing of these locations as well as a listing of all the included attractions is on the website as well as hours of operation and closings. It also lists the individual admission costs for each attraction so you can compare costs. The only major thing I have found that is not included is the Eiffel Tower and special exhibitions at the museums. Even if you spend a little extra on the pass, it may be worthwhile for the avoidance of lines as well as the convenience. The website is :


by sabsi

A wonderful, childish, cold day at Disneyland. I survived all the rollercoasters without panic attacks, had lunch in a Toy Story wonderland and I was happy that Colm liked my Christmas present :-)
More about Disneyland on my Marne-la-Vallee page!

Beautiful Pillars

by davequ

I may be easily amused and know little about architecture, but I love all the beautiful pillars all over Paris, from Place Vendome to the faux gold ones outside the Tuilerie,
especially during "magic hour" right before sunset.

Off the beaten path-Bistro's and restaurants

by Luchonda

Bistro's/restaurants in Paris, always an experience. The typical "Paris styled" servants. The expensive tourist menu cards.. the expensive non local beers.. my tip : beter ask for a local bottle of french wine and enjoy the atmosphere, the way of life in Paris :" Aprés nous: le deluge"
BTW : many bistro's are closed on police order at 2am


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