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11/20/20

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If your holidays in Disneyland Paris include a day trip to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower then it’s important to figure out how to get from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower.

The Eiffel Tower is located at 43km from Disneyland Paris. There are many ways to visit the Eiffel Tower from Disneyland Paris and this quick Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower guide will tell you everything you need to know.

This article gives information and our best tips on how to get from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower plus all you need to know to get the most out of your visit to the Eiffel Tower. After reading this quick guide you will see that it is very easy to organize a visit to the Eiffel Tower from Disneyland Paris!

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About the Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower Paris

The Eiffel Tower is the symbol of Paris and France and the climb up to the Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic things to do in Paris for first-timers.

Designed by Gustave Eiffel for the World Fair held in Paris in 1889, the Eiffel Tower is a feat of 19th-century engineering: huge, spectacular, unique, and (for some) incredibly romantic.

Stroll around the Eiffel Tower’s gardens with interesting perspectives of the Iron Lady. The Tower is climbed through its legs, by lift or stairs.

On the first floor, learn about the Eiffel Tower history through an interesting exhibition with screens, displays, and reproductions of items.

The second floor offers great views of Paris from above. It is also home to shops, a macaron bar, and dining options.

Get to the summit of the Eiffel Tower, at 276 meters, for the most spectacular views of Paris. Celebrate this magical moment at the champagne bar.

Click here to buy your tickets to the Eiffel Tower

What to Do Around the Eiffel Tower

The climb up to the Eiffel Tower will take you only a few hours. Use the rest of your day trip to Paris to explore the Eiffel Tower District or to have a good lunch in the area.

If you decide to explore other areas of Paris, you can get some ideas from this Paris for one day itinerary.

Disneyland to Eiffel Tower Transportation Overview

OPTIONFROMDURATIONPRICE
CarAnywhere in Paris40 min4-7€ fuel
Welcome Pickups (Private transfer)Your hotel in Disney40 min76€ (1 way, 4 pax)
TrainDisney1,5 hours7.60€ (1 way, 1 pax)

Unfortunately, the bus Disneyland Paris Express only can be purchased with the tickets to Disneyland Paris so it is not an option to get from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower on a day trip from Disney.

How to Get from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower

Car

Even if you traveled to Disneyland Paris in your own car, we don’t recommend this option for visiting the Eiffel Tower. The traffic in Paris is crazy plus it is very difficult to find a parking spot near the Eiffel Tower.

If you decide to go from Disneyland to Eiffel Tower by car, then it is a 43-km drive and it takes 40 minutes or more, depending on the traffic.

Private Car Transfer

If you are looking for a comfortable door to door service for you and your family, Welcome pickups can help. Welcome proposes comfortable transfer services with good cars and the best English speaking drivers in Paris.

Book your Eiffel Tower transfer with Welcome Pickups

Train from Disneyland to Eiffel Tower

RER A + RER B + RER C. RER is the train that travels from Disneyland Paris to Paris and the Eiffel Tower. There are different RER lines, with different colors, that serve Paris and the surrounding suburbs. The total journey from Disneyland Paris train station to the Eiffel Tower is around 1,5 hours (one way).

Here’s how to get to Eiffel Tower from Disneyland Paris by RER train:

The name of Disneyland Paris’ RER station is Marne la Vallée /Chessy and it is the terminus of the RER A line (red line). From Disney, it is a 2-min walk to Marne la Vallée /Chessy train station.

Buy your tickets, take the RER A and stop at the station Châtelet-Les-Halles (40 min ride).

At Châtelet-Les-Halles look for the RER B signs (blue line) direction St-Rémy-les-Chevreuse (South). Jump on the train and stop at St-Michel-Notre Dame (it’s only one stop from Châtelet).

At St-Michel-Notre Dame look for the RER C signs (yellow line). You need to travel West. When you reach the RER C, look for a train with direction Versailles-Château OR Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines and jump on the train. Stop at Champ de Mars – Tour Eiffel station (10 min ride).

From Champ de Mars – Tour Eiffel station it’s only a 5-minute walk to the Eiffel Tower. You will find street signs showing you the way to the Eiffel Tower.

TRAIN TICKETS DISNEYLAND PARIS TO EIFFEL TOWER

There are different tickets and travel passes to travel from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower.

The travel passes NaviGo and Navigo Easy are convenient only if you use it many times.

If you plan to visit Paris only on a day trip from Disneyland, then choose the paper train tickets (shown on the top of the picture above).

The Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower train costs 7,60€ (one way). You can purchase the train ticket (one way or return) in the machines in the metro or RER stations, located right before the automated turnstiles.

Remember to keep the train ticket until you reach the final destination, there are frequent ticket controls on the trains or on the RER corridors.

So there you have it, the Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower transportation guide with everything you need to know to travel smoothly from Disneyland Paris to Eiffel Tower. If you are traveling back to Disneyland Paris from another point in Paris, have a look at our Paris to Disneyland Transportation Guide for all the details.

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