Parking at Disneyland Paris can seem like a challenge, especially on busy days. However, there are several options for parking at Disneyland Paris, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we will review the various parking options at Disneyland Paris, and I will provide you with tips to help you find the option that best suits your needs.

Hotel parking

If you are staying at one of the hotels in Disneyland Paris, you can enjoy free hotel parking. The hotel parking is also open 24 hours a day, allowing you to access the theme parks and Disney Village on foot or by complimentary shuttle. If you prefer to use your car, you also have free access to the park’s visitor parking upon presentation of the Easy Pass provided by the hotel.

Guest parking

If you are visiting for the day, the easiest option is to use the visitor parking at Disneyland Paris, accessible via the Disneyland Paris toll booth. This option is indeed the simplest as it is easy to access, but it is also quite expensive. Currently, the parking fee is €30 for the day.

The Indigo parking at Disney Village

The Indigo parking, also known as “Disney Village Parking” by visitors, is located right next to Disney Village and provides an interesting alternative to the visitor parking at Disneyland Paris if you only plan to stay for a few hours, as it is much cheaper than the visitor parking. However, it’s important to note that the number of spaces is limited, so it can sometimes be difficult to find a spot. One of the advantages is that this parking is the closest to the park entrance with almost direct access to the security gates.

The free option

If you want to save money on parking, there are free parking options available near Disneyland Paris. You can park in the free parking areas near the Val d’Europe RER station or at the Val d’Europe shopping center parking lot. However, these parking areas may be far from the theme parks and require a long walk or shuttle ride to access them. You can also use the RER, but the ticket price can quickly make it less cost-effective, especially if you’re traveling with family.