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Standard Premier

Spacious coaches, comfortable seats and a light meal for a relaxed and refreshing journey.

Our travel classes

Our tickets are now more flexible than ever before. And from 4 November, you’ll be travelling in our new travel classes Eurostar Standard, Eurostar Plus, or Eurostar Premier.

Travelling in Standard Premier

In Standard Premier, you can travel at 190mph without leaving your seat. Our friendly staff will bring you food and drinks until you arrive right in the centre of your destination. So relax – you’re moving fast enough already.

The Standard Premier experience

Enjoy a light meal, served at your seat

Sit back and relax as our team serves a delicious light meal and drinks at your seat, with a choice of dishes to suit the time of day.

For breakfast, you'll enjoy a pastry, yoghurt and juice, with a cup of tea or coffee. And for lunch and dinner, you'll be served a choice of two light dishes and a dessert, with a soft drink, wine or beer, plus tea or coffee.

See our Standard Premier menu here.

You can also pick up hot and cold drinks and light bites from Eurostar Café.

Travel with more freedom

Bring two bags up to 85cm and one piece of hand luggage for no extra charge and with no weight limits. We won’t charge you for choosing your seats, and there are no restrictions on liquids (so bring something bubbly for the journey).

Find out more about our luggage allowances.

Flexible tickets

If your travel plans change, switch your tickets as many times as you like up to seven days before departure without paying an exchange fee. You’ll only need to pay the difference in fare if there is one. Find out more.

Stay connected

Whether you’re travelling for work or play, you can email, tweet and post with our free onboard wi-fi – which even works in the Channel Tunnel (subject to connectivity). You’ll find power sockets at your seat, so you can stay charged up while you relax.

Family travel made easy

Our trains are perfect for a family holiday. Children under four can travel for free, provided they sit on an adult’s lap throughout the journey. We have baby changing facilities when you need some private space with the little ones, and tables for the whole family to sit around.

Find out more about family travel.

Go greener with Eurostar

Did you know that your carbon footprint from one flight to Paris is the same as making 14 Eurostar journeys?* That’s the equivalent of travelling with us every day for two weeks.

We’re committed to switching entirely to renewable energy in the UK, France and Belgium by 2030. And we’re already using 100% wind power to run our trains in the Netherlands.

Take a look at how we’re serious about sustainability - Go greener with Eurostar

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*The analysis by EcoRes uses average CO₂ emissions per passenger travelling 1km. The calculations used 2022 internal data from the entire Eurostar-Thalys network (annual consumption of traction electricity, number of passengers transported, number of km travelled by these passengers), and CO₂ emission factors attributed to traction electricity produced in the respective countries crossed. For thermal cars, the emissions factor used is average for a combustion-powered car (averaged fuel) on a long-distance journey at 171gCO₂/km considering 2.2 person per car, taken from the ADEME (French Agency for Ecological Transition) Carbon Base. Calculations for the average CO₂ emissions per passenger for flights used combustion emissions from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) calculator, with additional upstream emissions data (WTT) based on DGAC (direction Générale de l’aviation civile) ratio of 22%. Non-CO₂ effects (condensation trails and cirrus clouds) were not taken into account. More information on