The earlier you book, the better your chances of getting our lowest cost tickets, especially if you are travelling over a weekend or bank holiday when demand is very high.
If you can, plan well in advance and snap up your tickets 120 days in advance for the best possible prices. Tickets are exchangeable, for a fee, so you can change your mind about dates.
If you’re a savvy traveller, you’ll know that the cheap Eurostar tickets everyone’s looking for are usually for trains on Tuesday and Wednesday.
It’s also a great time to visit Paris, leaving the weekenders to their queues and having the museums and galleries to yourself, especially with our 2 for 1 museum entry offer.
On Eurostar you don’t have to pay to choose where you sit, seat selection is free and up to you.
You can take two large cases and a piece of hand luggage at no extra cost. So, if you find travelling light a bit of a strain, or you’re planning on going on a major shopping spree while you’re away, no need to worry.
Who says a weekend in Paris has to cost the Earth? We've pulled together some of the best tips and ideas to help you get the cheapest possible price for your trip to Paris, whether it's the cheapest times to travel, low-cost activities, or trying a different train station.
No cheap tickets left to Paris?
Try heading to nearby Marne-la-Vallée instead.
It’s just 40 minutes’ by train from the centre of Paris and it’s much cheaper to stay there too.
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