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Panorama of the town of Strasbourg with the river

London to Strasbourg trains

Sit back and enjoy the viewYour holiday starts here
The freedom to strolland move around en route
Two-bag allowanceand no weight restrictions

Trains from London to Strasbourg

London to Strasbourg - in one single booking

Buy your return ticket on and travel by train from London to the centre of Strasbourg. 

You will need to take a Eurostar train from London St Pancras International first to Paris Gare du nord then board a TGV train from Gare de l'Est to Strasbourg station.

Gare de l'Est is easily reachable from Gare du nord by foot (about 7 minutes).

The fastest journey time between London and Strasbourg is 4 hours and 50 minutes.

On board

There’s a travel class to suit every budget and style, whether you’re celebrating something special, travelling en famille, or just want to catch up on some work.

And if you get peckish en route, just stroll to Café Métropole, our onboard bar buffet, to pick up drinks, snacks and meals for any time of day – from flaky morning pastries to after-work apéritifs.

Arriving at Strasbourg station

Your TGV train will arrive right in the heart of Strasbourg. Right outside the station you can find buses, taxis and tramway which can take you to your final destination.

If you decide to travel further, there are shuttle services to Frankfurt, Baden-Baden, Mulhouse and Strasbourg airports.

What do do in Strasbourg

Not only Strasbourg is the capital of the French Grand Est region, but also the capital of Europe. With the richest historical and architectural heritage of Alsace this city is simply an unspoiled gem.

Christmas market

Strasbourg is famous for its Christmas market which brings travelers from all over France and beyond. With 300 stalls to go through, you'll be able bring back a unique Christmas gift for your loved ones, and yourself of course.

A festival of lights

Witness some breathtaking illuminations on the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Strasbourg bridges every weekend between June and September.

When art meets wine

If you like wine and art you will be spoilt at the PopArtisserie. A symbol of pop culture in Strasbourg, this gallery will delight anyone who has a taste for urban art but also wine and draft beer.

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