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Introducing Eurostar

Eurostar trains are the international rail service that connects the UK with mainland Europe. Leaving from London St Pancras, Eurostar routes include trains to Paris, Brussels, and Disneyland Paris, giving passengers a fantastic opportunity to travel through the Channel Tunnel, and into Calais and beyond.

Eurostar train ticket prices, timetable and booking information on routes such as London to Paris can be found through our journey planner. Find out more about the Eurostar service below, including check in times and things to do once you’ve arrived at your destination, as well as advance booking information.

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Travelling with Pets

Eurostar currently only allow assistance dogs on board with passengers.

Contact Information

Customer relations: 03432 186 186

Twitter Customer Help: @Eurostar

Cycle Policy

Bikes longer than 85cm cannot be taken on trains to or from Ashford International, Ebbsfleet International, and Disneyland Paris among others.


Eurostar trains have WiFi enabled throughout on new and refurbished trains.

First Class

All Eurostar journeys include First Class services.

Lost Property

Items lost on the train will be kept at the office of the destination station.

London to Paris

Eurostar trains from London to Paris is the main route on the International network, Connecting St Pancras with Paris Gare du Nord, the train time takes just over two hours, creating a fantastic link for the two cities with passengers able to move experience a new country before lunchtime. Eurostar runs up to 14 times a day, giving travellers the opportunity to plan their day much easier, without the need to think too much about their travel time. When travelling to Paris, or any other destination in Europe, you need to arrive at St Pancras at least 30 minutes before your train leaves, with passport control and baggage check-in needed before you can travel.

Once you have arrived in Paris after your Eurostar journey, there are plenty of things to do whilst there, whether it is a spontaneous day trip or a weekend away. The iconic Eiffel Tower is arguably Paris’ most famous landmark, and stands tall above the skyline and gives you great views of the city. A walk along the Champs-Élysées, with all the cafes and restaurants, before reaching the Arc de Triomphe is another must see landmark in the capital and will cap off any trip you make to Paris.


Discover where Eurostar can take you

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Eurostar Destinations

Eurostar trains to Paris may be a popular choice, but the international rail service also provides trains to Brussels, Lille and Disneyland Paris, giving you a number of different cities and attractions to see, depending on your reason for travel. For a memorable family experience, catching the Eurostar to Disneyland Paris is a great way to travel. With direct trains running each day to the park’s station Marne-la-Vallee – Chessy, and step right into the heart of the park.

Brussels is a cultural hub, showcasing some of Europe’s finest architecture, drink and of course, Chocolate! Eurostar trains to Belgium arrive at Brussels Midi, and with a journey time of two hours from St Pancras, this has become another popular destination for passengers on the service. Most Eurostar train services that are not direct to Paris will either stop at or terminate at Lille-Europe while waiting for a connection, the station itself has a number of ticket offices for attractions wherever you are travelling, along with several cafes and restaurants to refuel before continuing your journey.

About Eurostar

Travelling by Eurostar has helped link London with mainland Europe, and with travel times coming down and ticket prices falling, has become a much more viable travel option for customers. Eurostar plans to also expand the rail network, with a journey to Amsterdam beginning in 2018. The train fleet that Eurostar use consists of Class 373 and 374 high-speed trains, carrying up to 750 passengers per journey.