Eurostar City Breaks – Fast and efficient travel
Eurostar has revolutionised travel to France and Belgium forever, with the amount of visitors taking short breaks from London to Paris and Brussels having doubled over the last decade since its opening in 1994. Eurostar is now the most popular way to travel into Europe, and the maximum speed of 186 mph means that the fastest journey time from London to Paris is just 2h15m, making it ideal for a weekend break. With up to 17 daily services to Paris, up to 10 departures to Brussels and 8 to Lille, with a quick check-in time of just 30 minutes, Eurostar is not only one of the most popular ways of travel into Europe but also the most convenient.
Eurostar City Breaks – Travel in comfort
Eurostar upgrades to Leisure Select class on either one or both legs of your journey can ensure your city break is even more memorable. An upgrade includes a 3 course meal with wine, champagne and coffee, extra legroom with wide reclining seats and complimentary newspapers and magazines, all within a dedicated carriage for Leisure Travellers. For those travelling in standard class, 2 buffet cars serve a wide range of snacks and beverages offering value for money.
Eurostar City Break Destinations
With connecting services, Eurostar now has links to over 100 destinations across Europe as it continues to change the way people travel forever. In addition to St Pancras International, Eurostar also departs from its two Kent stations, Ashford International and Ebsfleet International. Both have easy motorway access, car parking facilities and shorter journey times to Europe. Eurostar tickets to Brussels Midi are valid to any Belgian station including Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp on the efficient SNCB Belgian Railways network with easy connections at the Gare du Midi station. Eurostar operates a regular service of 9–15 daily trains between London–Paris and London–Brussels. There is also a London–Disneyland roundtrip and two seasonal services to the south of France.