Eurostar is the High speed train that has revolutionised travel between London and Europe since 1994.
Operating at 300km/h, it's just over 2 hours from the heart of Paris or from the centre of Brussels to St Pancras International in Central London via Eurostar. With a choice of frequent departures, fast check in and city centre to city centre locations, Eurostar is the ultimate European travel experience.
Travellers can choose between flexibility in Business Premier, comfort in Standard Premier or seamlessness in Standard.
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This is the station where travelers will come in our out of London on the Eurostar. This is also the station where travelers will catch their train to Paris as well. This train station is very nice, and easy to maneuver through. However, if you are traveling via Eurostar to Paris please arrive at the station an hour to an hour and a half prior to departure. You will need to travel through...more
It was a fairly uneventful trip, which is why it gets 4 stars off the bat.
The screening area was a bit of an organized mess, but the staff was obviously well versed at days like that and handled it fine. I was a bit nervous since you had to scan your ticket that we would need to do something else, but you don't.
There is a gift shop and cafe inside behind customs.
The other star is given...more
I've just returned from Paris on the Eurostar (1st time) and I didn't find the journey comfortable and reminds me of an economy flight. Perhaps it's worth upgrading the seats.
At the metro, I had a nightmare understanding the French signs from La chapelle station to walk through the tunnel to Gare du nord , but managed not to miss the train. It's worth planning to get to the station at...more
The last time I crossed the English Channel was in the early 90s via Hovercraft when I was a college student studying abroad in the UK! You had to take a train from Paris to Calais, take the Hovercraft to Dover, and then transfer to a train to London. What a pain it was and it took a long time! They had started work on the Chunnel, and two decades later, I'm so happy to experience how...more
This high-speed railway service connects London with Paris and Brussels.
My husband and I rode the Eurostar when we were travelling from London to Paris.
To check in, you obviously need your ticket (which you can print at home or get from the station) and your passport or ID card. We originally flew to London and were making a journey all the way to southern Italy. All of our transportation...more