Passport and identity cards
What travel documents do you need to travel on Eurostar? Find the answers you need.
We can’t offer advice regarding passport validity or visa requirements, so please always check with your local embassy or consulate before making a booking.
Passports and identity cards
To travel on Eurostar you need either:
- a valid passport, or
- a national identity card (EEA citizens and Swiss nationals)
Babies and children must have their own valid travel documents.
If you are married but your passport is in your maiden name, it shouldn’t normally cause any difficulties, but please take a copy of your marriage certificate with you when you travel, just in case.
To find out more about visa requirements, please contact the relevant embassy or consulate.
Information on visa requirements for France:
French Consulate General, London (English)
21-23 Cromwell Rd, London, SW7 2EN
French Consulate General, Brussels (French)
Boulevard du Régent 42, 1000 Brussels
Information on visa requirements for Belgium:
Belgian Embassy, London (English)
103-105 Eaton Square, London, SW1W 9AB
Belgian Embassy, Paris (French)
9 Rue de Tilsitt, 75840 Cedex 17, Paris
Information on visa requirements for the UK:
British Visa Application Centre, Paris (English)
18 rue de Prony, 92600 Asnières Sur Seine
British Mobile Biometric Clinic, Brussels (English)
Park Atrium, WorldBridge, Floor 2, Rue des Colonies 11, 1000 Brussels
British Mobile Biometric Clinic, Amsterdam (English)
Floor 3, Atrium Building, Strawinskylaan 3051, Amsterdam
Information on visa requirements for Netherlands:
Dutch Embassy, London (English)
38 Hyde Park Gate, London, SW7 5DP
Dutch Embassy, Paris (French)
7-9, rue Eblé, 75007 Paris
Dutch Embassy, Brussels (Dutch)
Kortenberglaan 4-10, 1040 Brussels
Information on visa requirements for Germany:
German Embassy, London (English)
21-23 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PZ
German Consulate General, Paris (French)
28 rue Marbeau, 75116 Paris
German Embassy, Brussels (Dutch)
J. de Lalaingstraat 8-14, 1040 Brussels