From the corner cafés of Montmartre to the lavender fields of Provence, it's never been easier to explore every corner of France by train.
With Eurostar tickets from as little as €55.50 o/w* and trains leaving for Paris up to 18 times a day, start your escape in London or Kent and arrive rested and raring to go, right in the heart of the action.
The perfect place for romantic strolls or extravagant sprees, Paris is hard to beat for a weekend break. Treat someone special or splash out with your friends in the City of Light. But don't forget, there's more to France than Paris.
Surprise your little ones with a trip to Disneyland® Paris or, with a quick change en route, hit the piste and show off your skills in the French Alps.
And when you're ready for some serious R&R, head to the Med. Don your shades and settle into a beach-front bistro on a balmy evening to watch the world go by and the sun go down over a glass of something délicieux. With so much to do and more trains than ever, there's never been a better time to explore France by rail.
Head to Paris in style and comfort in just 2 hours 16 minutes with Eurostar.
At under 1 hour 30 minutes from London, Lille is the perfect place to go for a day trip, especially as the station is just a short walk from the main square and shops.
Experience all the highlights of Paris by hopping on the train at Ashford International and reach the major European city in just 1 hour 52 minutes.
For a magical break from the real world, where better than the Magic Kingdom itself?
For foodies and history lovers alike, Lyon has it all. The gastronomic capital of France and a UNESCO World Heritage site, it’s perfect for a holiday or city break.
Head to the South of France direct with Eurostar. No hassle, no baggage restrictions, just a relaxing trip down through the beautiful French countryside.
From London St Pancras to the Mediterranean coast in time for lunch, hop on the Eurostar and you’ll be basking on the beach or sipping wine on a terrace in no time.
By day or night, London is iconic for its sightseeing spots.
From historic Avignon to arty Aix and edgy Marseille, Provence caters for your every mood. And there’s plenty of delicious food and wine to delight your taste buds too.
Whether you’re a hard-core skier or just about the après-ski, head to the Alps. Spend your days on the slopes, and your nights living it up with the glamourous crowd.
With its ornate Hôtel de Ville, imposing Grand Théâtre and airy Musée des Beaux-Arts, Calais is worth taking some time to explore. And all under an hour from London.