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Welcome To Eurostar

Transforming Short-Haul Travel in Europe In November 1994, we changed the way people travel to Paris and Brussels forever. In fact, we’ve doubled the amount of visitors travelling from London to both these cities.

Today, with connecting services giving us links to over 100 destinations across Europe, we’re continuing to change the way people travel. Here’s where you can find out how.

Eurostar launches from St Pancras International:
High speed rail has arrived at St Pancras International. All Eurostar services now operate to and from St Pancras International, our new central London home. Explore the new station, and read about the history of this iconic London landmark.

We said a fond farewell to Waterloo International on 13 November 2007, 13 years and 81,891,738 travellers since Eurostar’s maiden voyage in 1994.

The move to St Pancras International heralds a revolution in travel between the UK and Continental Europe. St Pancras International, in the heart of London, offers better connections throughout the UK and will be home to a faster Eurostar. What’s more, from now on all Eurostar journeys are carbon neutral – at no extra cost to you.

Reduced journey times: Eurostar journeys are at least 20 minutes faster from St Pancras International, on the UK’s first high-speed line.

New journey times:
London - Paris 2 hours 15 mins
London - Brussels 1 hour 51 mins
London - Lille 1 hour 20 mins

Eurostar services will be even more reliable and even more punctual, thanks to the dedicated High Speed 1 line.

St Pancras International will have far better connections to London and the UK, with six Underground lines serving St Pancras International and five train operators serving St Pancras, King's Cross and nearby Euston.

St Pancras International is located in central London (Zone 1), so travellers will be within easy reach of the City, West End and Canary Wharf – with, for example, just three stops on the tube to Moorgate or Covent Garden.

St Pancras International will be a magnificent new central London station – a destination in itself with quality shops, top bars and restaurants.

In 2008, there will be more Eurostar services to and from St Pancras International.

For more information on Eurostar click on the link below.

http://www.eurostar.com/

 
 
 

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