No matter where you are staying in Paris, getting to Disneyland Paris is quite simple.
The entrance to Disneyland Paris has a metro station, and trains operate constantly throughout the day.
The journey from the center of Paris to Disneyland Paris takes roughly 30-45 minutes. The RER A is the train to take. When you board the RER A, make your way to the last station, Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy.
When you exit the train, you will be only a few feet away from Disneyland Paris.
There is a TGV station at Marne-la-Vallée if you are traveling to Disneyland Paris from another part of France. If a direct train to Marne-la-Vallée is available, you can take it, otherwise, you can take a train to central Paris and then take the metro to Disneyland Paris.
I’ve dedicated a whole post to assist you in navigating the Paris Metro system. Make sure you look it over before you travel to Paris!
It’s also possible to go to Disneyland Paris from several overseas locations.
You may take the Eurostar train from Brussels to central Paris, then take the metro to Disneyland Paris. There’s also a Eurostar train that runs directly from London to Disneyland Paris!