Introducing Magny le Hongre
With its charming streets and its proximity with Disneyland Paris Resort, Magny le Hongre is filled with all that makes great times. Welcome to a charming « briard » village close to Paris (22 miles).
The village has experienced a recent growth in its population but has kept the spirit of a typical French village. Friendliness, proximity, courtesy are encountered daily in Magny le Hongre. The place is also well known for its walkable and pleasant hills of the Grand Morin as well as for its easy access to the golf course. Magny le Hongre combines the heart of an ancient village with a luxury real estate in some very pleasant surroundings.
If you have any question about your visit to Magny le Hongre, please feel free to contact us by phone (+33) 160 435 100 from Monday to Friday (8:45 am to 12 am and from 2 pm to 6 pm) and on Saturdays (9 am to 12:30 am) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our offices are located in the City Hall, 21 rue du Moulin à Vent.
It’s easy to dig deep into Magny le Hongre’s past thanks to a treasure trove of history… Have a look :
The washing place
It is, perhaps, the most beautiful washing place in the area. Its condition is excellent as it has been restored in 1995.
The main pond is accessible by two wooden doors and is surrounded by stones. A second pond, in a semicircle, completes the set.
A niche was carved into the wall where a statue of Ste. Genevieve is standing.
The existence of a fountain is attested since the 11th century. Renowned as supernatural, many pilgrimages took place on January the third (the day of St. Genevieve) until 1880.
Men, women, children and especially sick people used to come to purify their bodies and heal their diseases. This fountain is now supplying the washing place. Actually, Ste. Genevieve (422-502) became the patron of Magny le Hongre.
A church existed on this place until the 11th century. It was founded in Paris by the canons of Ste. Geneviève. This building does not exist anymore. Several repairs and constructions over the centuries have completely erased the original style. It is dedicated to Ste Genevieve. Both the exterior and the interior have been restored in recent years.
Inside the church, you can discover a painted wooden statue of Ste Genevieve (15th century), a wooden statue of Sainte Fare (15th century), a statue made of stone representing the Virgin Mary (15th century), a wooden crucifix (17th century), a painted wood depicting a martyred deacon and some baptismal font in stone (17th century).
Serge Goudailler’s barn
Serge Goudailler was a farmer and above all a municipal councilor and a jovial person full of humor, always available to others. In his memory, a well preserved traditional old barn was renovated and dedicated to him.
L’Atelier de paix (Peace pottery workshop)
In the town center, an old barn was renovated in 1991 to host the association’s activities. When you enter the place for the first time, you are invited to take your time. In this place, you can work with clay, rest, watch, hear, speak or remain silent. Some items are permanently on display and for sale.
Magny le Hongre provides various structures to let athletes express themselves in the best possible conditions.
Footballers can train on the stadium field « Les Peupliers » as well as on a recent artificial field located near the gymnasium.
A skate park and a bowl are located rue du Bois de la Garenne. Fanatics of skateboard and inline skates can train daily on this skate park.
Fishing (with license) is allowed on most of the lakes
Bicycle tracks connect the different parts of the village as well as the town center to Val d’Europe shopping mall and train station.
A green belt, a large park and numerous lakes invite to some leisurely walks.
There is always something going on in Magny le Hongre: plays, secondhand market, exhibitions, cultural events… Check out our agenda
A traditional market is hold in the town centre, next to the City Hall every Saturday between 8 am and 1pm. There, you will find fresh products as well as clothes.
Magny le Hongre’s accommodations
Find the best hotel in Magny le Hongre that fits your needs with our complete list of accommodations within a 5 minutes’ bus ride to Disneyland Paris Resort:
- Hôtel Campanile **: +33 160 436 161
- Hôtel Explorers ***: +33 160 426 000
- Hôtel Vienna House Dream Castle ****: +33 164 179 000
- Hôtel Vienna House Magic Circus ****: +33 164 633 737
- Hôtel B&B **: +33
- Hôtel Radisson Blu ****: +33 160 436 400
Grab a bite
Immerse yourself in local flavor! Whatever your restaurant’s choice, Magny le Hongre has the perfect place for you to dine…
All roads lead right to a French taste experience in Magny le Hongre for a traditional French way of life.
Paris airports: Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Orly.
Daily shuttles links are available between Disneyland Paris and Roissy Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports 7 days a week.
Adults: 18 € for a one-way ticket
Children (aged 3 to 11): 15 € for a one-way ticket
More information on magicalshuttle
There is also a 10 minutes TGV train linking CDG airport and theDisneyland Paris train station (Chessy – Marne la Vallée)
From the A4 motorway: Exit 14, Magny le Hongre (same exit as Val d’Europe and Disneyland Paris Resort)
From Nationale 34: at the bottom of the hill in Montry, direction Magny le Hongre
Only a 2h30 journey by Eurostar from London St Pancras International to Marne-la-Vallée Chessy train station.
By TGV (high-speed train)
Marne-la-Vallée Chessy train station is only 1,5 miles from Magny le Hongre. Take the bus to Magny le Hongre (line 34 or 35). More information on https://www.sncf-connect.com
By RER (Regional Express Network)
It offers a fast connection (45 minutes) between Paris and Magny le Hongre. Take the Line A from Paris to Marne-la-Vallée Chessy train station, then bus (line 34 or 35) to Magny le Hongre.
More information on www.ratp.fr for line A and www.transdev-idf.com for buses
HERTZ located in Marne-la-Vallée Chessy train station (phone: +33 160 433 051). Open Monday to Friday (7:30 am – 21 pm) and during the weekend (9 am- 12 am / 2 pm- 6 pm)
AVIS located in Marne-la-Vallée Chessy train station (phone: +33 820 611 690). Open Monday to Friday (7 am – 8 pm / 8:30 pm- 10 pm), on Saturday (9 am-1 pm/ 2 pm-5 pm) and on Sunday (2 pm- 8 pm).
- Police: 17
- Firemen: 112
- Hospital (Grand Hôpital de l’Est Francilien): +33 164 776 477
- Pharmacy: +33 160 437 929 or call the police
- SOS médecins: +33 825 333 615
- Medical emergencies: 15
- Train station RER – TGV Marne-la-Vallée Chessy: +33 836 687 714
- SNCF Informations: 36 35
- Veterinary emergencies: +33 160 655 741
Immerse yourself in a dynamic territory! By the end of 2011, 58 companies and more than 970 jobs were located in Magny le Hongre in three areas of activity:
The business park
Among the companies: SAUR, France Telecom, Aubine, la Socotec, Trésor Public, BNP Paribas, Crédit Agricole Brie Picardie, Etter …
The hotels in Val de France
It includes five hotels (Holiday Inn 4*, Vienna International Dream Castle 4*, Explorers 3*, Campanile 2*, B&B 2*) and Radisson SAS Hotel 4*.
The local shops in the town center
Magny le Hongre is a good choice for small and medium companies taking advantages of low taxes.
To consider your location in Magny le Hongre, you can contact the economic development services of Val d’Europe Agglomération by phone +33 178 710 011 or by email email@example.com More information on www.valdeuropeagglo.fr