London St Pancras is the city's key station for international rail services, with Eurostar trains from Paris (Paris Gare du Nord) taking 2 hours 19 minutes, and from Brussels (Bruxelles Midi) as little as 2 hours. Located in central London, right next to the British Library, the station is world famous for its Victorian architecture and for hosting Harry Potter's platform 9 3/4. Made of four groups of platforms on two levels, with a total of 15 platforms, London St Pancras also presents a direct access to the underground via a pedestrian subway which takes travellers to the connected King's Cross St Pancras tube station.
If you're flying in to or out of London local trains connect to both Gatwick and Luton airports with services taking respectively 58 and 28 minutes.
Free underground maps are available at the station.
|Address||Ticket Office Hours|
|London St Pancras
N1C 4QP London
Monday to Friday: 05:45am - 10:00pm
The station has a wealth of facilities for any traveller including: