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Paris to London train

City or station
City or station
2 hr 17 minfrom Paris
Three travel classeswith tickets for every budget
From city centreto city centre

Important travel information

Because of Brexit and coronavirus, your Eurostar journey may be different than usual. Check the COVID-19 and Brexit information before you travel.

Take a train to London

Get to Paris Gare du Nord at least 60 minutes before departure to clear customs and security, then you’ll be on your way from London to Paris in style with Eurostar. Whether you’re going on holiday or a weekend shopping spree, our two-bag luggage allowance takes the stress out of packing. Take your pick from our range of travel classes, then sit back and unwind as we whisk you to the centre of London.

What’s on board?

It’s a quick and comfortable 2 hour 17 minute trip, so relax in our comfy seats, watch a film or catch up on your emails with our free wi-fi. All while you whizz through France at 186 mph. If you’re feeling hungry, visit Café Métropole, our onboard bar buffet, for a snack or a proper meal. There’s plenty of food and drinks to choose from.

Arriving at St Pancras International

Eurostar trains arrive right in the heart of London at the beautiful and historic St Pancras International. There, as well as lots of shops and restaurants, you’ll find Underground connections 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.

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With its royal palaces, world-class galleries, quirky markets and West End shows, to say London's eclectic is a bit of an understatement. Luckily, it's just a train-ride from Paris.

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