Train to London from $70 one way

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Infants can travel for free on an adult’s lap and just need a passport. You can only take one infant per adult.

Take the train to London

After a quick 30-minute check-in at Brussels-Midi/Zuid, you’ll be on your way to London in style.

With lots of legroom and space to unwind, our seats are designed for a comfier journey, while our two-bag luggage allowance means you needn’t hold back when packing.

So sit back, relax and let us whisk you to the centre of London in just 2 hours 1 minute.

What’s 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 St Pancras International

Eurostar trains arrive right in the heart of London at the beautiful St Pancras International.

There, as well as lots of shops and restaurants, you’ll find Underground lines 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.

You can never be bored in London

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.

Shop ’til you drop

Explore London’s top museums - from mummies at the British Museum to dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum and the elegant displays of the V&A, there’s something for everyone.

Make the most of the museums

Explore London’s top museums - from mummies at the British Museum to dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum and the elegant displays of the V&A, there’s something for everyone.

You can never be bored in London

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 train-ride from Paris.