To start your holidays, avoid taxi expectations, do not be wandered by bus and transit with your luggage. Thanks to Paris shuttle low cost benefit you for a cheap custom service without expectation, without baggage fees and no surprises. It's simple, you choose your route and your type of shuttle or private car, you book, we send you a confirmation. The day of your arrival, we will organize your transfer and driver will meet you at the exit of luggage (at CDG Airport) with a sign with your name and you will drop safely at your destination to Marne la vallee and around Disneyland Paris (hotel or address).
Whether for holidays or for a weekend, our main specialty is Transfer from CDG to Disneyland Paris.
But we also have vehicle and shuttle cheaper than the taxi from CDG to Paris.
Our rates are cheaper than taxis and other means of transportation, so why not go for it!
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Paris-Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Europe's leading airport, is located 27 kilometers north-east of Paris. It can accommodate domestic flights and most international long distance flights. It contains 3 terminals. Terminal 1 is famous for its octopus-shaped structure and is primarily for Star Alliance Airlines use. Terminal 2, the largest of the 3 terminals, is the international hub of Air France and its SkyTeam partners. Terminal 3 is allocated to low cost airlines. From short to long term, ten car parks can be reserved on the site. Each terminal has a drop-off area. The airport has many public transport lines.
It is easy and convenient to get there from Paris or its suburbs: TGV station, RER B, Roissy bus and VEA shuttle (from Disneyland Paris park) and fileo Roissy (from 16 cities in Île-de-France). The RATP provides a few bus lines to get there: 350, 351, 19, N143 and N140. Several free shuttles allow you to travel between different terminals. Numerous shops (jewelry, delicatessen, luggage, fashion, bookstore, spirits, tobacco ...), bars, restaurants (classic restaurants and fast food) and tourist information points (four and one in Terminal 2) one of the terminals) is one of the many services offered by the largest French airports.