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Old 28 Mar 18, 08:04 PM  
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Lots of Eurostarís cancelled next week on the 3rd and 4th. We go on the 9th but the train we would be on on the 3rd and 4th has been cancelled. Eurostar said they should know in the next few days whatís going to happen for my dates.
Itís so worrying! I hope your train is not effected. Are you on the direct train to Disneyland?
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Old 28 Mar 18, 08:10 PM  
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Itís so worrying! I hope your train is not effected. Are you on the direct train to Disneyland?
No, to Lille then SNCF to Disneyland. Iím guessing we will be swapping to a Paris train.
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It is worth taking directions with you in case you have to go on the Paris train. Getting to DLP from Paris is very easy and not expensive, no need to worry. It costs 7.50 (adult fare).

At Gare du Nord, follow the signs downstairs to the Metro. At the ticket office/machines you need to buy a t+ ticket to Marne la Vallee. The machines have an 'English' option.

Then follow the signs for RER Line B (a blue circle with the letters RER in it). It's a very quick walk. The lines are signposted by 'direction' and the name of the last stop. You want 'Direction Robinson' or 'Direction Remy-les-Chevreuses'. (Easy to remember as Robinson and Remy both have a DLP theme!)

Then you go down to the platform and go one stop on the train to Chatelet les Halles. Get off, and directly facing you is the platform for the RER Line 1 (red) which you want. You'll see a sign board above your head with the names of stations lit up. If 'Marne la Vallee' is lit up, then the next train stops there.

It takes about 40 minutes and is much easier than you would think.
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It is worth taking directions with you in case you have to go on the Paris train. Getting to DLP from Paris is very easy and not expensive, no need to worry. It costs 7.50 (adult fare).

At Gare du Nord, follow the signs downstairs to the Metro. At the ticket office/machines you need to buy a t+ ticket to Marne la Vallee. The machines have an 'English' option.

Then follow the signs for RER Line B (a blue circle with the letters RER in it). It's a very quick walk. The lines are signposted by 'direction' and the name of the last stop. You want 'Direction Robinson' or 'Direction Remy-les-Chevreuses'. (Easy to remember as Robinson and Remy both have a DLP theme!)

Then you go down to the platform and go one stop on the train to Chatelet les Halles. Get off, and directly facing you is the platform for the RER Line 1 (red) which you want. You'll see a sign board above your head with the names of stations lit up. If 'Marne la Vallee' is lit up, then the next train stops there.

It takes about 40 minutes and is much easier than you would think.
Thanks Gill. I will take your directions with us. It isnít looking good but to be honest Iím not bothered now as long as we get there!

I assume on the way back we do this in reverse! I think I will watch some you tube videos lol. The underground always looks confusing to me!

Are the trains from Disneyland regular to Paris?
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Originally Posted by Gill H View Post
It is worth taking directions with you in case you have to go on the Paris train. Getting to DLP from Paris is very easy and not expensive, no need to worry. It costs 7.50 (adult fare).

At Gare du Nord, follow the signs downstairs to the Metro. At the ticket office/machines you need to buy a t+ ticket to Marne la Vallee. The machines have an 'English' option.

Then follow the signs for RER Line B (a blue circle with the letters RER in it). It's a very quick walk. The lines are signposted by 'direction' and the name of the last stop. You want 'Direction Robinson' or 'Direction Remy-les-Chevreuses'. (Easy to remember as Robinson and Remy both have a DLP theme!)

Then you go down to the platform and go one stop on the train to Chatelet les Halles. Get off, and directly facing you is the platform for the RER Line 1 (red) which you want. You'll see a sign board above your head with the names of stations lit up. If 'Marne la Vallee' is lit up, then the next train stops there.

It takes about 40 minutes and is much easier than you would think.
Thatís great info. Thanks!
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Yeah, I had no problems last Friday.
I also had no problems last Friday (indirect via Lille) but I think the strikes finished at 8am that day, so Thursday might have been a different story!
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Thanks Gill. I will take your directions with us. It isnít looking good but to be honest Iím not bothered now as long as we get there!

I assume on the way back we do this in reverse! I think I will watch some you tube videos lol. The underground always looks confusing to me!

Are the trains from Disneyland regular to Paris?
Yes, there's an RER along every few minutes.

It really isn't too difficult, just follow the signs and you'll be fine.
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Here a rough guide I used this but the other way from Disneyland Paris back to the euro star we be useingnthis again this year there and back

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We go on June 27th and itís stated that the strikes finish on the 28th. Keeping a close eye on developments. We are on the direct train. Gutted as itís a surprise trip for DD.
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We go on June 27th and itís stated that the strikes finish on the 28th. Keeping a close eye on developments. We are on the direct train. Gutted as itís a surprise trip for DD.
Direct trains should be fine as they're operated by Eurostar.
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