Eurostar is a high-speed train that links the UK to France, Belgium and the Netherlands via the channel tunnel. It brings you from London to Paris, Amsterdam, or Brussels in a few hours with a speed of up to 300 kilometers per hour. The services have been in existence since 1994 and have served over 130 million passengers.
When traveling by Eurostar, you will enjoy free WiFi, power sockets, and registered luggage services that put your bags in designated places on the train. If you are in Standard Premier class you will be served a light meal and drinks at your seat; those travelling in Standard can pop to the onboard Café Metropole to pick up beverages, meals, and snacks. Business Premier travellers will receive a complimentary three-course meal, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, and adjustable seats. All classes on the Eurostar are comfortable and air-conditioned, and have seating spaces with reading lights and fixed or dropped down tables.
Eurostar journey :
London to Paris
It's the newest route introduced, with three direct trains daily. On your return journey, you can opt to take a train to Brussels first and take the Eurostar train to London from there
There is free of charge baggage allowance where each passenger can carry up to two pieces of bags and one piece of hand luggage. It offers a fast and convenient check-in procedure, which takes a maximum of 30 minutes.
Travelling by this high-speed train is faster and more reliable than other means of transport; the trains always arrive on time or within 15 minutes. With Eurostar, you can book your tickets online, with reduced prices often offered across all travel classes. The trains are more comfortable than most modes of transport, the journey is very relaxed, the trains easily accessible and conveniently timetabled, and the Eurostar is perhaps the most environmentally friendly way of travelling to mainland Europe.
While traveling with Eurostar, you will enjoy centre to centre travel, as all stations are located in the heart of each destination.