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Hop on the Eurostar and let the train whisk you away to European cities including Paris and Brussels.

Speed, comfort and convenience make this high-speed rail service a popular way to travel. Relax as you head to your destination on a train that can reach speeds of 186 miles (300 kilometres) per hour.

What are Eurostar destinations?

Eurostar connects London with Paris, Brussels, Lille and Amsterdam. From these cities, you can travel on to more than 100 European destinations. There are also seasonal trains to the French and Swiss Alps for winter skiing and to the South of France in summer for some sun and relaxation.

Can I travel direct to Disneyland Paris on the Eurostar?

Yes, you can travel directly to Disneyland Paris on the Eurostar. The journey takes two hours and 40 minutes.

Which railway stations does Eurostar serve?

Eurostar high-speed rail services run to and from St Pancras International in London. Services to and from Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International are currently suspended.

How long does a trip on the Eurostar take?

Taking a trip on the Eurostar between London and Paris takes two hours and 12 minutes. London to Brussels takes 2 hours and 1 minute while London to Lille takes one hour and 22 minutes. You can also travel direct to Amsterdam via Rotterdam in 3 hours and 52 minutes.

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