Ride the rails with Eurostar, the only way to travel by high speed train from the UK to France and Belgium. With Eurostar train tickets, travel from one city centre to another via the Channel Tunnel with speeds going up to 300km per hour. Popular train routes include London to Paris and London to Brussels with travel times totalling 2 hours and fifteen minutes or less for either journey.
Eurostar train tickets are the perfect way to extend your travel experience with a BritRail or Eurail Pass, allowing you to enjoy journeys to the UK and Europe. The convenience of the high speed trains gives travellers the ability of having breakfast in London and lunch in Paris! With up to eighteen trains a day and fast check-ins, Eurostar makes travelling by train easy.
Two large items up to 85cm each, plus one smaller piece of hand luggage are permitted onboard.
Bicycles that are 85cm in length or less are allowed on board as part of your luggage if folded or have the saddle, handlebars and wheels removed.
Only guide dogs declared at the time of booking your ticket are permitted onboard.
Passengers with disabilities should advise Eurostar’s Contact Centre 48 hours prior to departure time and should arrive 60 minutes before the train is scheduled to leave the station. Strollers can be folded and stored onboard in luggage racks at no additional cost.
Planning on buying any of the France or Belgium Rail Passes mentioned below? With your pass, you receive a discount on your Eurostar tickets.
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A Unesco World Heritage Site, this Belgian landmark is known as one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. Originally serving as a merchants market in the 1300s, it is now home to cafés, a summer flower market and different types of entertainment throughout the year.
National History Museum:
Located in London, this museum displays some of the most rarest animals in the world including a life-sized Blue Whale and a 40 million year old spider! Entrance is free however some exhibitions require a small fee from visitors.
The EDF Energy London Eye:
This UK landmark is the highest observation wheel in the world. It stands at 135m tall and offers views of London up to 25 miles away.
This Parisian square hosts a number of museums including the Musée de l’Homme and the Musée de la Marine. It is also situated directly across the river from the Eiffel Tower, offering a picturesque view.
A must-see in Paris, this museum is home to masterpieces including Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. It is the world’s largest museum, so be sure to plan a route of what you would like to see!