Paris Beauvais Tille Airport Trains
There is no train station at Paris Beauvais Airport. One would need to travel by taxi to the Beauvais train station about 4 km away from the airport. From Monday to Saturday, between the hours of 7am and 7pm, the taxis charge a fixed rate of 11 Euros for travel to the station. At night, between the hours of 7pm and 7am, as well as on Sundays and public holidays, the taxi fare is charged at 15 Euros. There are no extra charges for luggage, but the fare will be more expensive if there are more than 4 passengers.
Trains run between the Beauvais station and the Gare du Nord in Paris. They are managed by the French National railways or SNCF. The train journey to Paris is about an hour long.
The train service is called the Ter train (Transport Express Régional) and runs on Line 19. Trains depart from the Beauvais station approximately every 40 minutes. The first train departs at 05:08 and the last at 20:10. On Sundays and holidays, the first train departs at 06:33.
The first train arriving at Beauvais station is at 07:29 and the last at 22:01. On Sundays and holidays, the first train arrives at 09:08.
Seating on the train is non-reserved, and the best price will be offered no matter how the tickets are purchased. Tickets can be bought at the Beauvais station ticket window or from automated ticket vending machines, which take coins or smartchip credit cards. Tickets can also be purchased over the internet. The tickets are then either delivered to your home or they can be collected at the train station. If your choice is for home delivery, keep in mind that there may be extra delivery fees, depending on where you reside.
To continue your journey after arriving at the Paris Gare du Nord station, make use of the Métro Lines 4 and 5, and RER Lines B, D and E. The connection to Paris’ other main airports, Charles de Gaulle and Paris Orly, is via RER B. RER E will take you to Gare St-Lazare, and RER D is for Gare de Lyon.
There are three trains that travel from Paris to Euro Disney. They are the Thalys, the Eurostar and the RER A, running on Line 4. The RER A takes passengers right to the main entrance gate of the park, and they all stop at the Marne-la-Vallee/Chessy station.
New tickets will need to be purchased for any of the above mentioned trips, as the Ter train to Gare du Nord is outside the fare zones within Ile-de-France, or the greater Paris Metropolitan area. The automated ticket machines or ticket window can be found at the end of the Gare du Nord station (the eastern half).
For certain destinations the train service is a convenient and economical way to travel.