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Thalys becomes Eurostar

Eurostar and Thalys have joined forces under the Eurostar name

Thalys is now Eurostar

Looking for You’re in the right place: Thalys is now Eurostar. And that means easier connections between France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, and the UK.

Our name has changed, but our high-speed trains and warm, welcoming service haven’t.

Any tickets you booked at will still be valid, and your train times will stay the same. And there are plenty of new and exciting benefits in store for you.

What’s changing now that Thalys has become Eurostar?

What changes

Eurostar for everyone: all trains now carry the Eurostar name and new logo.

A single website and mobile app: all bookings and information about your journey, our services and our destinations can be found on as well as on the Eurostar app.

More travel opportunities: London and Lille are now part of our network.

The trains’ colours: trains serving London are blue, while those serving France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany remain red.

A new-look joint reward programme: My Thalys World has become Club Eurostar.

Our bar has a new name: the Welcome Bar is now called Eurostar Café.

Thalys Neige and Thalys Soleil trains: we still run seasonal services from Belgium and the Netherlands to ski destinations and the south of France, but under the names Eurostar Snow and Eurostar Sun.

Thalys Corporate Fares: great corporate fares are still available with even more opportunities for smooth business trips.

The Thalysnet on-board portal: this has been renamed Eurostar Onboard which you can connect to using wi-fi during your journey.

What stays the same

While lots is certainly changing, rest assured that all the important things are staying the same:

And of course, you can still travel from Brussels to Paris in 1 hour 22 minutes and Brussels to London in just 2 hours 01 minutes.

What does this mean for our customers?

Thalys has joined forces with Eurostar under the Eurostar name with a brand-new logo and a fresh look to kick-start the beginning of an new era for rail. Exciting, eh?

It means we can offer you the very best deals on even more routes between the UK, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany, with tickets sold on one website, one app, and with a joint reward programme.

A smoother travel experience and more destinations

We’re starting by launching a joint reward programme called Club Eurostar, a new website, and an app that will make international train travel easier than ever.

Want to find out more about the destinations served by Eurostar? Find them all here.

A unique customer service

Our dedicated team is always ready to listen and can offer support in all the languages of the countries served. You can get in touch using several channels:

Thalys has become Eurostar but one thing remains unchanged: no matter where you travel with us, your experience at our stations and on board remains our top priority.

Travelling further together

Together, Thalys and Eurostar have more than 50 years of combined experience carrying millions of passengers. Our onboard services and technical prowess are constantly evolving to offer you an ever-faster, more reliable and more enjoyable travel experience. We’re joining forces today to make your journeys even more unforgettable.

Find out more about Thalys and Eurostar

Frequently asked questions

Your compensation e-vouchers can be used on this site and their expiry date is still the same.

Your e-vouchers bought in miles have been converted into points under our new reward programme, and we’ve extended the expiry date. You can spend these points at

Find out all about refunds and exchanges here.

It's easy. Just go to Manage your booking and enter your booking reference and surname.

It is always advisable to arrive at the station 20 minutes before your train's departure time and no more than 5 minutes before the doors close.

If you are travelling to or from London, the recommended time of arrival is shown on your ticket and the gates close 30 minutes before the train's departure time.

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