To find out about Eurostar train times to the key European destinations and back, click on this link to a PDF of the official timetables. All departure and arrival times are correct at time of going online but are subject to change at any time.
London to Paris
Eurostar trains run from London St. Pancras International to Paris Gare du Nord throughout the week. There are between 14-16 services running daily. Please note that 4 services are seasonal and do not run throughout the year-these are denoted by a ‘1’ or a ‘2’ in the far left hand column.
- The first train between Monday-Friday leaves at 05.40, and the last train leaves at 20.31.
- On Saturdays the first train leaves at 06.18 and the last train at 20.01.
- On a Sunday the first train leaves at 08.19 and the last at 20.31.
On the way to Paris, the Eurostar will stop at Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International on some journeys but not on others- if you plan to depart from these stations, check the timetable by clicking on the link at the top of this page. Train times will vary depending on the amount of stops on your journey, but take roughly between 3 hours 15 minutes and 3 hours 50 minutes.
Paris to London
The train times returning from Paris to London are slightly different than the outward journey. There are between 12-17 services running daily, and as with the outward route, 4 of these services are seasonal.
- The first train on Monday leaves at 06.43 - for all other weekdays the first train is 07.13. The last train throughout the week is at 21.13
- On Saturdays the first train leaves at 08.13 and the last train at 20.13
- On a Sunday the first train leaves at 08.19 and the last at 21.13
Journey times coming from Paris are far quicker than the outward journey-between 1 hour 15 minutes and 1 hour 30 minutes depending on the amount of stops.
London to Brussels
The Eurostar runs from London St. Pancras International to Brussels Midi/Zuid station throughout the week, with between 6-10 services running daily. Two of these services are seasonal, so be sure to check on the timetable to make sure they are running when planning your journey. The seasonal journeys are denoted with a ‘1’or ‘2’in the far left hand column. Journey times take between 3 hours and 3 hours 20 minutes.
- The first train between Monday-Friday leaves at 06.50, and the last train leaves at 19.34
- On Saturdays the first train leaves at 06.57 and the last train at 19.04
- On a Sunday the first train leaves at 08.58 and the last at 20.04
The Eurostar will stop at Ebbsfleet International, Ashford International, Calais International, and Lille Europe on the very first train of the day during the week, and a combination of these stations at other times. Check the timetable for further details.
Brussels to London
Train times from Brussels to London run on a slightly different schedule. Between 6-11 services run each day. Two of these services are seasonal (denoted in the left hand column by a ‘1’and ‘2’), and two are only for customers arriving and departing from Calais (denoted by a ‘3’ and ‘4’). Journey times coming in this direction take just over an hour.
- The first train on Monday leaves at 06.56 - for all other weekdays the first train is 07.56. The last train throughout the week is at 19.52
- On Saturdays the first train leaves at 07.56 and the last train at 19.52
- On a Sunday the first train leaves at 08.52 and the last at 19.52
London to Lille
Eurostar runs services from St. Pancras International to Lille on the way to Brussels throughout the week. All services that run to Brussels also stop at Lille-which is the second to last station on the line- so the first trains of the week and weekend are exactly the same as the above, as are the amount of services each day.
Similarly, certain services will stop at Ebbsfleet International, Ashford International, and Calais International, or a combination of these along the way. The journey time from London to Lille is approximately 2 hours 30 - 2 hours 40 minutes long.
Lille to London
On the return journey the amount of services per day is exactly the same as the above Brussels-London route. The first trains of the day are slightly later however. As with the return Brussels-London route, two of the services are seasonal and two are only for customers arriving or departing from Calais.
- The first train on Monday leaves at 07.36 - for all other weekdays the first train is 08.35. The last train throughout the week is at 20.30
- On Saturdays the first train leaves at 08.35 and the last train at 20.30
- On a Sunday the first train leaves at 09.30 and the last at 20.30