St. Pancras International Railway Station, London

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St Pancras International Railway Station is home to the Eurostar for services to Brussels and Paris. The station has Europe's longest champagne bar, shops, restaurants and cafes.

In the Eurostar departure lounge, you'll find shops, cafes, cash machines, toilets with baby change facilities, WiFi and a bureau de change. All Eurostar departure lounges offer disabled access.

In April 2014, a new Eurostar ticket office opened in the Eurostar check-in area (relocated from the St Pancras side-entrance). The new ticket office features a striking contemporary design in a bright, elegant and welcoming space with dedicated ticket desks where passengers can speak to Eurostar’s customer service staff about their bookings.

Eurostar arrivals is also full of shops, cafes, cash machines and a bureau de change. St Pancras is well positioned for travel to all parts of London, as the station is served by six Tube lines. There are ticket machines at St Pancras for buying tickets for your onward journey. There is also a taxi rank in Midland Road which is close to Eurostar arrivals.

You can travel to other UK destinations from King's Cross Train Station, which is next door to St Pancras.

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St Pancras Station, London, NW1 2QP

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St. Pancras International Railway Station, London

Address
St Pancras Station
London
NW1 2QP
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7843 4250
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