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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Venue Details & Map
St Pancras International Terminal
Euston RoadLondonNW1 2QP
- +44 870 518 6186
- Public transport:
- Kings Cross St Pancras
Two terrible rides on this train. Any other way to get to Paris or London I advise taking those. The websites are unclear and very hard to find what you can and cannot bring on the train. We checked the website before to see if wine is permitted in luggage and it didn't say we couldn't, yet when we get there they said "Oh it's a new rule". People near us got their bottles taken out and poured...more
I recently had my first experience of the Eurostar and I have to say I was impressed. The whole journey was smooth and seamless and that includes the checking in process!
We went on a particularly busy day as St Pancreas Station was full to the brim with football supporters on their way to Paris for Euro 2016. The staff worked excellently to ensure there were no delays. When booking you are...more
Three words: simple, easy, and fast. I so wish high speed rail was a thing in the US because taking the Eurostar to Paris was such a great experience.
When planning my European vacation I was debating taking Easyjet or Eurostar to Paris. Ultimately I didn't want to deal with another trip to the airport, and I'm so glad I made that decision. Everything went so smoothly. I had my tickets...more
How else would you think getting to paris? it's fast, it's comfortable, and you are taking the train from St Pancras, right in the city centre. And that's awesome.
It's also pretty cheap if you book with a couple of months at least in advance, otherwise it could be a bit expensive, you are advised!more
Part of the St. Pancras international train station (the Eurostar I guess being the 'international' bit) this is a hellavu train station, in fairness it always was....even when it was covered in Victorian grime and they wanted to rip the (then dilapidated hotel at the front!) down....
Now we have a terminus that's fit for purpose and no mistake, people alighting here from mainland Europe will...more