Eurostar is a foot passenger only, direct train linking Paris, Lille and Brussels with London St Pancras. If you're touring Kent you can also disembark at Ashford and Ebbsfleet.
St Pancras International is the London Eurostar terminus and is Europe's first 'destination station'. It has world-class shopping, Europe's longest champagne bar, a fresh daily farmers' market and top restaurants and bars.
There are frequent Eurostar services between Paris, Brussels, Lille, Calais and London every day of the week. Services from Paris run regularly from around 6:45 to 21:15 and take around 2 hours 20 minutes.
Find up-to-date Eurostar timetables on the Eurostar website.
Eurostar offer a very wide range of ticket types and fares. For the most up-to-date information, visit the fares section of the Eurostar website.
For up-to-date information on getting to and from St Pancras International visit the Eurostar website. St Pancras International is right in the heart of London in King's Cross. The station has excellent transport links including local buses, domestic train services and 6 underground lines.
You can get almost anywhere in Britain from Eurostar's British terminals. East Midland trains from St Pancras International and services from nearby King's Cross connect St Pancras to the North of England and Scotland, whilst First Capital Connect will take you to St Albans, Bedford, Luton and the South of England. For more details on onward travel by train check National Railway Enquiries.
If you are travelling on to destinations in southern England, you may save time by getting off the Eurostar at Ashford International or Ebbsfleet International in Kent. Find out how to get to and from Ashford International and Ebbsfleet International on the Eurostar website.