Eurostar trains from Paris Gare du Nord station connect two of Europe’s most famous cities – Paris and London. The busiest railway station in all of Europe handles around 214 million passengers every year and is our central Paris Eurostar hub.
Our Eurostar trains run directly from Paris Gare du Nord into London St. Pancras International with a choice of 10 trains a day, connecting capital to capital. Here we’ll run through everything you need to know about this Paris train station, how to find your Eurostar train and even how to get the best deals when travelling from Paris to London.
As the name suggests Gare du Nord connects Paris with the north of France and beyond to other northern European countries – making it the ideal station for our Eurostar Paris to London trains. So, where is Paris Gare du Nord station? You’ll find it in the 10th arrondissement and it’s well connected by local buses, RER and the Paris Metro.
So, how to get from Gare du Nord to central Paris? The connections are easy and straightforward whether you’ve just arrived from London or you’re heading in the other direction.