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Which station does the Eurostar go from?

Which station does the Eurostar go from?

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

Where can I catch Eurostar?

Where does Eurostar go? Discover all of Eurostar’s destinations – with trains direct to Paris, Brussels, Lille, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, as well as our connecting destinations in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, with an easy change in either Paris, Lille or Brussels.

Which stations does Eurostar leave from in London?


  • King’s Cross Station. It’s less than a 5-minute walk between King’s Cross and St Pancras International stations, in fact they share a tube stop.
  • Euston Station.
  • Paddington Station.
  • Marylebone Station.
  • Victoria Station.
  • Liverpool Street Station.
  • Waterloo Station.
  • London Bridge Station.

Where are the Eurostar stations in England?

The London terminus is London St Pancras International; the other British calling points are Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International in Kent. Intermediate calling points in France are Calais-Fréthun and Lille-Europe. Trains to Paris terminate at Gare du Nord.

Where does the Eurostar arrive in London?

St. Pancras International Railway Station
Pancras International Railway Station, London. St Pancras International Railway Station is home to the Eurostar for services to Brussels and Paris.

Are Kings Cross and St Pancras the same station?

And their names are both totally representative of this shared area in which they find themselves; St Pancras being the older term for this part of London, but King’s Cross arguably the more widespread (and notorious). King’s Cross is the more senior of the two stations.

Does Eurostar go from London to Italy?

The first stage of a rail journey from the UK to Italy is travel by Eurostar train under the Channel to Paris. Departing from London St. Pancras International, the journey takes two hours and 15 minutes, though you must allow at least 30 minutes for checking in and baggage screening.

Is Eurostar and Eurotunnel the same?

Eurostar and Eurotunnel are completely different companies but share use of the Channel Tunnel. To be specific, Eurotunnel is operated by Getlink, the company which owns and operates the Channel Tunnel, connecting the UK with France. Eurostar is a customer of Getlink and runs its passenger trains through the tunnel.

What station does the train leave from London to Paris?

London St Pancras International station
London to Paris on the Eurostar All trains depart from London St Pancras International station. All trains arrive into Paris Gare du Nord station.

What trains leave from St Pancras?

There are four main services from the station – Eurostar, East Midlands Railway, Southeastern and ThamesLink.

Does Eurostar go to Switzerland?

No, there is no direct train from London to Switzerland. However, there are services departing from London St Pancras Eurostar and arriving at Zürich Stadelhofen via Gare du Nord, Paris Gare De Lyon and Zürich HB.

Does Eurostar stop in 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.

Where do the Eurostar trains go in London?

What stations do Eurostar trains use? 1 London St Pancras International 2 Ashford International 3 Ebbsfleet International

Where do Eurostar trains arrive at St Pancras?

The Eurostar trains arrive at the upper level in St Pancras International station, so you’ll need to descend to the level below in order to reach the exit and transfer points – despite the fact that you’ll be able to see an exit leading out of the station building ahead of you.

Which is the first stop on the Eurostar?

EUROSTAR (NS) The first stop of the EUROSTAR train route is London St. Pancras Int. and the last stop is Amsterdam Centraal. EUROSTAR (Amsterdam Centraal) is operational during everyday. Additional information: EUROSTAR has 5 stations and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 247 minutes.

When does the Eurostar start and end in Amsterdam?

The EUROSTAR train (Amsterdam Centraal) has 5 stations departing from London St. Pancras Int. and ending in Amsterdam Centraal. EUROSTAR train time schedule overview for the upcoming week: Starts operating at 12:04 PM and ends at 12:04 PM. Operating days this week: everyday.