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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First time on a train and it was a great experience. Clean, comfy and smooth ride all he way. They serve you a small meal too. Easier then expected to do. This makes it really easy to travel within Europe. Last time we took a plane and I re comes the train over a plane. It's a lot more convenient and less of a hassle.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
One of the things I like most about living in London is the ease with which you can travel throughout Europe. The Eurostar makes that super easy.
I am far more accustomed to air travel and my first few journeys to Paris by train were a bit tough for me to get used to. The whole situation was new to me. I tend to overpack and I found myself with luggage that was a bit bulky and heavy to...more
Something that we wanted to do on our vacation to London a few years ago was to go to Paris via the bullet train. Unfortunately, we weren't able to, so this time around we made it a point to do it.
It's pricey, but still cheaper (and more convenient) then flying to Paris and back. We purchased the nonrefundable fares as a backup in the event our plans would change. What's great is that...more
I was in London, headed to Paris and I didn't want to fly, I wanted to take the Eurostar, go under the water and experience it all!
Like most of my trip everything was preplanned, the tickets for the Eurostar I actually got months in advance, I just like have the details taken care of, now on the tickets it states to be at the station at least 30 minutes in advance, I would suggest maybe 45...more