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a VirtualTourist member from Brisbane

Paris

RER A to Disneyland

I see on the Metro Map that the RER A route to Disneyland Paris goes in two different directions towards the end of the journey. Does this mean that the passengers have to change trains? I will be sending my family (first timers to Paris) off to Disneyland by themselves whilst I spend the day doing Pere Lachaise and they are apprehensive about getting around without me with them, so I just need to assure them that they will be fine.



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answered by
a VirtualTourist member from La Gouesnière

Hi Kate,
It's just a question of getting on the right train, ie direction Marne la Vallée. Here's a good link in English with all you need to know about getting there.

parisbytrain.com/rer-train-p...




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Sacramento

The above is correct and tell them if they are concerned to ask someone at the train if it is the correct train. People getting on will always help. Honestly, it is all marked very well. They should be fine.





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