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Eurostar to Paris

Arrive in France with the Eurostar to Paris

More people are choosing to enjoy the laid back pace of a train journey to their french holidays. On the Eurostar to Paris, you'll have access to the best services. Eurostar offers high-speed trains between Europe and the UK. They started offering their services as an agreement between SNCF and SNCB in 1994, but they spread their wings in 2010 and began operating as an independent train line. Hop on the train from London to Paris to enjoy more than two hours worth of comfort.  

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About the service of Eurostar: 

Practical info Each Eurostar train contains the latest amenities. Regardless of your ticket class, you have access to free WiFi, magazines and large seats. 

 Sit back in your comfortable seat and stay connected with the world. Choose between a Standard, Standard Premier or Business Premier ticket. In standard class, enjoy access to the Café Metropole, where you can stock up on snacks and drinks for your trip. If you treat yourself to a Standard Premier ticket, you'll have a light meal served at your seat, and extra legroom. Your final option is a Business Premier ticket, where you get plenty of legroom, access to all the amenities, and a 3-course meal crafted by Chef Raymond Blanc. Wash every mouthful down with a sip of champagne. The benefits of a Business Premier ticket is not restricted to the train. At your departure station, visit the Premier lounge before you board the train. With Business Premier, you also don't need to worry about checking in hours ahead of the time: with this class, check-in only ends 10 minutes before the train departs. 

 Travelling with Eurostar is the easiest way to let your travel anxiety melt away. Most tickets are flexible. If your plans change, pay a small fee to rebook to a more convenient time - you can change your Business Premier tickets for free. Another benefit associated with Eurostar is the convenient check-in schedule: regular ticket holders should check in around 45 minutes before departure. Once you have boarded the train, you won't need to check any of your bags. Each seat provides ample space for all your luggage, and you can always make use of the overhead storage compartments. You also don't need to limit yourself when packing as luggage limitations are generous: bring up to two suitcases as well as one piece of hand luggage with you.  

 About the destination 

Visit Paris to lose yourself in a world of culture, art and the finest food. As the capital of France, it is the ideal starting point for an adventure. Make your way up the Eiffel Tower to enjoy views over Paris. Next, enjoy a shopping spree at the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. 

  •  Paris has just beaten London as the world's most visited city, with almost 20 million annual visitors! 
  • The average journey lasts 2 hours 16 minutes 
  • Distance between London and Paris is 214 miles 
  • No stops along this line 
  • About 19 trains available each day 
  • The first train departs around 09:30 a.m. daily

Where do Eurostar trains arrive? 

 The main departure station for the Eurostar to Paris is St Pancras International, in London. You could also depart in Kent from Ebbsfleet International or Ashford International. If you leave from a different location in the UK, you may need to make a few extra stops. Enjoy the scenery before arriving at the Gare du Nord train station. Enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the cafes in the station before hailing a taxi. Other transport options in Paris include the RER trains as well as the Metro. You could also take a ride on the RATP bus system. Luckily, the train station is in the middle of the city, so you could take a walk to the city centre and enjoy the atmosphere.