Near the Auberge du Cheval Blanc

Our Inn is ideally accessible by the A4 highway and close to the major visitor attractions of our region as well.

Also the RER A that connects Marne la Vallée places our little village scarcely 45 minutes from the center of Paris and all of the city’s treasures.

RER A – This line places you at 45 mn from the heart of Paris non-stop, but you’re also connected via the Chessy Station and its TGV Low Cost, the Vallée Village of Val d’Europe, the Gare de Lyon station, the University of Nanterre, Le Vésinet and Saint-Germain en Laye, as well as Maison Lafitte or Joinville le Pont. Not to mention Auber, the station that connects to Opéra, the major department stores and stops to take Roissy Bus.

And there’s the Chatelet Les Halles station with access to lines 4, 1, 7, 11, 14 of the Metro and RER B and D
This station is the biggest transport hub in the Ile de France region and therefore of Paris. Plus, there are many bus routes departing through the nearby streets and avenues. In addition, this station will undergo major improvements taking place as part of a redesign of the Halles neighborhood and the construction of the Canopy of Les Halles. These lines can take you to a tremendous number of stations.

Here is a selection.
Line 4 takes you to “Porte de Clignancourt” and its famous flea market, the “Saint Germain des Prés”, a very attractive district, “Montparnasse Bienvenue” and access to the Montparnasse station where you can board TGV lines bound for Western France. The station is right at the base of the Montparnasse Tower, where you can marvel at a magnificent view of the city of Paris.
Line 11 brings you to the Place de la République, which has been recently renovated, and the popular and picturesque Place Belleville neighborhood in the 20th district of Paris, the historic Chinatown, and the Place des Fête a few meters from the Parc des Buttes Chaumont.
Line 14, an attraction in its own right, called the Meteor: it stops only at the prestigious destinations of Gare Saint-Lazare –the Olympiades in the heart of the other Parisian Chinatown; Madeleine, Pyramides, Chatelet, Gare de Lyon, Bercy (with its Omnisport Center) Cour Saint-Emilion and the François Mitterrand Library… For every station an attraction!
RER B – A line that serves the most strategic attractions, connects you directly to Roissy, and to the Orly Airport by Antony and Orly Val, Orly Bus, and the Catacombs at Denfert Rochereau, the Parc des Expositions and its excellent special events, le Bourget, the Stade de France in Saint Denis, and the Park de Sceaux too….
The connection to RER C at Saint-Michel Notre Dame is also a key advantage. That’s right. RER C will bring you to the majestic front gates of the Palace of Versailles and its gardens in just 45 minutes…

RER D – Less flashy and touristic, this line will connect you widely with the Paris region and all it has to offer, from Orry la Ville to Melun and Malesherbes