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$108
outward: Mar 28, 2018
direct (2h23m)
Eurostar
inbound: Mar 28, 2018
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
$117
outward: Apr 13, 2018
direct (2h14m)
Eurostar
inbound: Apr 13, 2018
direct (2h19m)
Eurostar
$118
outward: Mar 29, 2018
direct (2h23m)
Eurostar
inbound: Mar 29, 2018
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
$128
outward: Mar 1, 2018
direct (2h11m)
Eurostar
inbound: Mar 7, 2018
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
$132
outward: Mar 24, 2018
direct (2h23m)
Eurostar
inbound: Mar 24, 2018
direct (2h17m)
Eurostar
$137
outward: May 6, 2018
direct (2h05m)
Eurostar
inbound: May 8, 2018
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
$139
outward: Feb 19, 2018
direct (2h28m)
Eurostar
inbound: Feb 19, 2018
direct (2h52m)
Eurostar
$180
outward: Jan 23, 2018
direct (2h11m)
Eurostar
inbound: Jan 30, 2018
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
$198
outward: Jan 19, 2018
direct (2h05m)
Eurostar
inbound: Jan 26, 2018
direct (2h19m)
Eurostar
$224
outward: Jan 19, 2018
direct (2h17m)
Eurostar
inbound: Jan 20, 2018
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
$235
outward: Jan 21, 2018
direct (2h05m)
Eurostar
inbound: Jan 28, 2018
direct (2h15m)
Eurostar
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Travel guide Paris–London

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Train operator Eurostar operates a large number of services between Paris and London on a daily basis, connecting France to England by rail. Trains travel through the Channel Tunnel and thanks to Eurostar's high speed rail service, passengers can arrive at London St Pancras International from Paris Gare Du Nord in a little over 2 hours.

What train companies operate the route from Paris to London?

Eurostar operates the train route from Paris to London.

What is the timetable for trains from Paris to London?

Train services from Paris operate on a daily basis, with multiple services running each day. The first train of the day departs from Paris at 6.43 am and the final train sets off to London at 21.13 pm.

What are the departure and arrival stations for the route from Paris to London?

Trains depart from Paris Gare Du Nord and arrive at London St Pancras International.

Which train stations does the service stop at?

Direct trains are available with Eurostar from Paris to London. In addition, a number of services each day stop at Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International before arriving in London St Pancras International.

How long is the route by train from Paris to London?

The train route from Paris to London is around 305.4 miles long and takes travelers through the Channel Tunnel, which is just 31.4 miles long!

How long does it take to travel from London to Paris by train?

Traveling by train from Paris to London can take just 2.16 hours and is a fast, time efficient way to travel between the two cities. With flights from Paris to London taking 1.2 hours and buses taking over 7.5 hours, choosing to travel by Eurostar can be the quickest way to go when taking into account time spent checking in! Travelers should arrive at the Eurostar terminal at least 30 minutes before departure – 45 minutes during busier times.

Why should you travel by train from Paris to London?

One of the main benefits of traveling by train from Paris to London is the fact that the Eurostar terminal is in the center of each city, meaning there's less travel time to get to your point of departure! Traveling by Eurostar is also a comfortable way to reach London from Paris, with a number of travel classes available including Standard Class and Business Premier. Passengers can also enjoy views of the French countryside from their window, as well as of Paris and London as they travel between the two.

What is there to see and do in London?

London offers a number of great things to see and do: travelers can visit the London Eye, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace. From Covent Garden to Notting Hill, there are also plenty of neighborhoods in London with their own unique characters as well as tons of places to eat and drink.