I am actually inquiring this for a friend who will be in Paris in June, can't speak French, but would like to go there from Rambouillet.
I went to La Vallee Village almost 2 years ago, so am not too sure of the directions and would like some confirmation.
The person will be coming in from Rambouillet, so from Montparnasse, she will have to take the metro to Les Halles, the get the RER A to Val d'Europe.
Is that correct? If yes, how long would the journey take from Les Halles and how much would it cost - for the RER A?
From the lavalleevillage website, it sounds quite confusing because it seems as though one gets off at the EuroDisney stop, but from an old post (June 2008) I found in the forum and from my memory, it's the stop before that.
Then, I found this post from a Paris Expert:
"I think you can count about 1 hour on public transportation each direction. It is on the RER A direction Marne La Vallee, Val d'Europe stop. However, once you get off the RER and exit the station, turn to your right, walk straight ahead and into the buiding at the end of the street. You will find yourself in a shopping mall. Head to the opposite end of the mall where the food courts are. Exit the food courts next to Mc Donalds and you will find yourself in the outdoor outlet mall."
Could someone please let me know if the info I have is correct?