Eurostar Indefinitely Suspending Disneyland Paris Train Service in 2023

Eurostar will indefinitely suspend their direct Disneyland Paris train service from London St. Pancras International to Marne-la-Vallée–Chessy after June 5, 2023, Salon Mickey reports.

Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris

Eurostar has suspended and resumed their Disneyland Paris service multiple times in the past few years. Other Eurostar routes connecting London to Disneyland Paris will still be available.

This announcement comes after Eurostar announced they will not be stopping at Ebbsfleet or Ashford International stations in 2023 and likely won’t resume service to these stations for another few years. Read that announcement below.

We can confirm that Eurostar services will not stop at Ebbsfleet or Ashford International
stations in 2023, and that we cannot make any commitment for another two to three years.

Our recovery is progressing well, but we have considerable financial commitments following the
pandemic which we will continue to face for a number of years. Our border environment has
also toughened post Brexit, and further complexity is expected with the launch of the EU’s Entry Exit System.

Whilst we continue to operate in an uncertain and fragile environment, we must focus on our most profitable inter-capital routes to enable us to meet our financial commitments, stabilise our operation and our customer experience, before considering any further developments.

We understand that this will be disappointing for the local communities, and we will continue to work closely and openly with the local councils on the future of the stations.

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6 thoughts on “Eurostar Indefinitely Suspending Disneyland Paris Train Service in 2023”

    • Fly – the cost is probably lower with Easyjet, and there’s a shuttle direct from the airport to the park

  1. Eurostar are a terrible company that care nothing about providing a train service and everything about maximising their profits. It’s a bit more complicated to run a train to Disneyland so they simply can’t be bothered. Although it’s certainly profitable, with the extortionately high prices they charge for the direct train, and very popular- it sells out a long way in advance.

  2. The big mistake Disney made was putting this park in Paris. The frogs hate anyone who can’t speak if you happen to be the 97.9per cent of the world who don’t frog best of luck. My experience was a premier example. We are Scots and Speak Highland English When we asked for a Kettle to boil water for our baby milk the not so lovely French person said “you English and your cups of tea”. Total insult to me my wife and our baby. We are Scots and proud. In view of this Treatment from these French people we will be voting to remain in the UK as bo say in Westminster will be a capital disaster for Scotland. Look at the bloody map.

    • Lol – Racist comment pretty much….It looks like you don’t like French people since you are currently calling them animal names (I guess you’ve probably called them like this before)…Don’t expect people to treat you well if you are so condescending. Cast members are here to serve but not be your servant if you know what I mean…..Plus the politics throw into the got the total package here. I’ve been to Disneyland Paris many times and had the best customer service.. better than in Orlando so allow me to disagree on that…

  3. The alternate route has a change at Lille Europe, it’s not too bad but does risk delays as you’re picking up a connection with the TGV from Brussels.

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