Where can I catch Eurostar in UK?

Where can I get the Eurostar from in the UK?

London St Pancras International is our main Eurostar hub and connects the UK with some of the most exciting cities on the continent.

Where are the Eurostar stations?

Station Guides

  • St Pancras International.
  • Paris Gare du Nord.
  • Brussels Midi/Zuid.
  • Amsterdam Centraal.

Can you catch the Eurostar from Dover?

Eurostar is a high-speed railway service connecting Dover to Calais, crossing the Channel Tunnel. Each day Eurostar tickets are available from – to travel from Dover to Calais. Tickets are available for sale up 6 months before, the earlier you book the better your chance of getting a discounted ticket!

Is Eurostar a bullet train?

What is Eurostar? Eurostar is the only high speed train that directly links the UK to France and Belgium via the Channel Tunnel. We take our travellers from city centre to city centre, and have been since 1994. Since then, we’ve carried over 130 million passengers.

Do you need passport for Eurostar?

You need a valid passport to travel between the UK and the EU. Please read the information from the embassy of your country of residence before you travel.

Does Eurostar stop at Calais?

Eurostar trains arrive at Calais-Fréthun station, just outside city centre. There, you can step straight off the train and into a taxi, or hop on a TER train for the 10-minute journey to Calais Ville.

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How long are you underwater on the Eurostar?

Re: How ‘scary’ is Eurostar? ThistleIvy, I’m like you (and my mum’s even worse) about tunnels, but neither of us felt that bad in the Channel Tunnel, it’s semi lit in fact it’s very much like the tube and you are in the tunnel itself for only around 20 minutes.

Is there an underwater tunnel from England to France?

The Channel Tunnel (often called the ‘Chunnel’ for short) is an undersea tunnel linking southern England and northern France. It is operated by the company Getlink, who also run a railway shuttle (Le Shuttle) between Folkestone and Calais, carrying passengers in cars, vans and other vehicles.