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Meals, snacks and drinksavailable in Café Métropole
Travel from all over Belgiumwith one easy booking
The perfect staywith exclusive hotel deals
Take the train to London
With an Any Belgian Station ticket you can travel from your nearest station to London, with a quick change in Brussels Midi/Zuid. Your ticket is valid for the full journey to London from wherever you are travelling in Belgium, but you can only use your ticket on SNCB services to Brussels.
Connecting in Brussels
At Brussels Zuid go to the Eurostar check in. You will need to go through passport and baggage control before boarding. Your ticket will show the coach and seat number reserved for you. If you don’t want to travel onwards immediately, your ticket lets you spend up to 24hrs in Brussels before continuing on Eurostar to London.
Arriving at St Pancras International
Eurostar trains arrive right in the heart of London at St Pancras International station. There you have the choice between taxis, buses or the Underground to get to your final destination, just follow the signs. If you haven’t already bought your pre-charged Oyster card on board, you can get one at the ticket machines at the station.
It’s all happening in London
Art and culture, theatre and shopping, leafy parks and riverside strolls or just a good old Sunday roast – London has it all. The only tricky bit’s deciding where to start…
A little bit of culture
At the British museum you can discover the wonders of Greece, Egypt, Iran, China and much more, all under the same, quite spectacular roof. Entry to the museum is free.
From Hipster hangouts like the Shoreditch boxpark to upmarket chic on Bond street, London has so many places to shop you’ll have to keep coming back to explore them all.
See a different side of London with a stroll along Regent’s canal from King’s Cross to little Venice. Stop off in Camden market and look out for the wolves as you pass London zoo.