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Eurostar

Eurostar
  • Returns : From £69

Train Information

  • Ferry Crossing InformationPassengers Type :
    Foot passenger only
  • UK Station : St Pancreas International, Ebsfleet International, Ashford International.
  • French Destination(s) :
  • Lille Europe / Calais, Paris Gare Du Nord, Disneyland Paris, Avignon.
  • Journeys Per Day from London :
    up to 19 a day
  • Journey Time : London to Paris from 2 hours 15 minutes
  • Check-in Information : at least 30 minutes prior to departure

Eurostar offer a luxurious high speed passenger service connecting London with Paris and Brussels via the Channel Tunnel. Departing the UK from St Pancras, Ebbsfleet and Ashford stations, the Eurostar will have you arriving in Paris Gare Du Nord, Brussels or Lille in style and comfort.

Why Travel with Eurostar

EurostarThere are three different classes of Eurostart travel - standard, lesiure direct and business premier for extra comfort. The train itself is 394 metres long and travels at 186mph through the Eurotunnel, which is the longest undersea tunnel in the world and the second longest on the planet. The London Kings Cross to Gare Du Nord Paris train will have you door to door in just 2 hours 15 minute.

The Eurotunnel was first opened by Queen Elizabeth II and French President Francois Mitterand in May 1994, with the first Eurostar cross channel journey taking place in November of the same year. Fast forward 15 years and now Eurostar caters for 70% of all London-Paris journeys, as more and more people enjoy and repeat the experience.

 

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