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Train Information

  • Ferry Crossing InformationPassengers Type :
    Foot passenger only
  • UK Station : St Pancreas International.
  • French Destination(s) :
  • Lille Europe / Calais, Paris Gare Du Nord.
  • Journeys Per Day from London : up to 18 a day.

SNCB Europe is a network of train operators that allows you to travel from London throughout Europe via the Channel Tunnel. Trains depart daily from St Pancras on Eurostar and you have a wide range of train operators to choose from once you reach the continet. Eurostar travels from London to Paris, Brussels or Lille. If you want to travel throughout the rest of Europe on high speed trains you can connect on to Amsterdam, Bruges, Cologne and Luxembourg.

Why Travel with SNCB

EurostarIf you are looking to travel throughout Europe you can depend on SNCB’s experience and its use of Brussels as its railway hub. Once you reach Brussels you have the option of connecting onto the Thayls, TGV or ICE network of trains where you can make ordinary domestic journeys or travel on connecting international trains to over 900 destinations throughout Europe. If you are looking for a European holiday this is a great way to get around without the hassle of having to worry about parking.

Manage Your SNCB Train Journey with their Mobile App

SNCB has embraced technology and there is an online website where you can look up train times for journeys anywhere throughout Europe and also book the main connections. There is a mobile application as well and once you have booked your Eurostar journey all you need to do is print up your tickets. If you need to change or cancel your journey you simply need to log in to the website and make the appropriate changes to your itinerary.

 

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