London Portobello road Hero Image

Trains to London from Bruges

Two bag allowanceno weight restrictions or extra charges
City centreto city centre
Meals, snacks and drinksavailable in Café Métropole

Bruges to London - in one single booking

Book your return journey ticket Bruges-London on Discover our exclusive offers and book your ticket now. Travel with the train from Bruges to London in less than 4 hours, with a short connexion in Brussels-Midi. 

Your train journey from Bruges to London: 

  • Bruges train station to Brussels-Midi: 1h
  • Brussels-Midi to London St Pancras: 2h



On board

There’s a travel class to suit every budget and style, whether you’re celebrating something special, travelling en famille, or just want to catch up on some work.

And if you get peckish en route, just stroll to Café Métropole, our onboard bar buffet, to pick up drinks, snacks and meals for any time of day – from flaky morning pastries to after-work apéritifs.

Arriving at St Pancras International

Eurostar trains arrive right in the heart of London at the beautiful St Pancras International.

There, as well as lots of shops and restaurants, you’ll find Underground lines and buses to whisk you to London’s top museums and galleries where your Eurostar ticket gives you 2 for 1 entry to lots of exhibitions.

Discover London

From Buckingham Palace to the colorful district of Camden, there are so many things to explore in the British capital. Book your trip now on 


Shopping paradise

London’s a shopaholic heaven. Browse food, fashion and antiques at markets in Borough, Camden and Portobello Road or hit the big names at Selfridges, Harrods or Harvey Nicks.

Cultural London

Travel back in time in the British Museum or get acquainted with the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum, there’s something for everyone.

Get a breath of fresh air

London is full of parks, so pack a picnic or, if you’re feeling energetic, try your hand at everything from tennis and mini golf, to rowing, swimming and even horse-riding.

Image credits: © Trustees of NHM