Eurostar Trains through the Chunnel

Eurostar trains run through the Chunnel (Channel Tunnel) between England and France. The main Eurostar station in England is London St Pancras, although you can get Eurostar trains from Ashford and Ebbsfleet, and also book a Eurostar "Through Journey" direct from your local regional station, all the way to Paris and beyond.

Voyages SNCF - the official distribution channel of the French railways - offer the full range of prices and availability for Eurostar trains. Click here to book...

 

Travelling by Eurostar:

Where can I travel from with Eurostar?

The main Eurostar terminals are London St Pancras, Ashford and Ebbsfleet. Please note that Eurostar trains no longer travel from London Waterloo station. It is possible to book a "Through Fare" which is a ticket that will take you from your local regional station, all the way to Paris, Brussels or beyond.

Where can I travel to with Eurostar?

Eurostar trains travel direct to Paris, Brussels, Eurodisney, and Lille. There are some trains (ski trains) that run direct to the French Alps, and also trains that run direct to Avignon in the south of France. However, it is possible to book train tickets with Eurostar that will take you through the Chunnel to Brussels (for example) where you can change for trains to take you to a range of destinations across Europe, including Holland, Germany and Spain. Or change at Paris Gare du Nord for a huge choice of connecting destinations in France, such as Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux and La Rochelle.

How much does the Eurostar cost?

The cheaper deals start at £69 return from London to Paris or Lille. For a full range of deals, tickets and fares for Eurostar, see Voyages SNCF - the official distribution channel of the French railways...

Eurostar Trains - Travel Options

Below is a list of the types of tickets available through Eurostar. These ticket types are referred to as Travel options by Eurostar.

Business Premier Tickets

Obviously aimed at the Business traveller. These offer the most flexibility in terms of when you can travel or change your tavel times. See SNCF here for more details...

Leisure Select Tickets

Aimed at those wanting enjoy a comfortable holiday or city break with a little added luxury. For example comfortable seats, complimentary glass of champagne, dedicated carriages and fine food. SNCF have the full range of tickets and fares for Eurostar here >>

Standard Tickets

These are the cheaper tickets, where many of the bargains can be found. However, you will need to book in advance and also choose to travel at off-peak times. See Voyages SNCF for more details...

Eurostar Flexibility

Prices vary depending on how flexible you can be about when you travel. There are 3 ranges of flexibility - fully flexible, semi and non flexible.

See SNCF for more details about Eurostar fares and to book Eurostar tickets...

Eurostar Chunnel trains