Beer, Chocolate and Frites: Cheap Trains from London to Brussels

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$132
Eurostaroutward: Dec 16, 2019
direct (1h56m)
Eurostar
Eurostarinbound: Dec 23, 2019
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
$139
Eurostaroutward: Nov 26, 2019
direct (2h01m)
Eurostar
Eurostarinbound: Nov 26, 2019
direct (2h11m)
Eurostar
$163
Eurostaroutward: Nov 19, 2019
direct (1h56m)
Eurostar
Eurostarinbound: Nov 19, 2019
1 stop (2h01m)
Eurostar
$196
Eurostaroutward: Dec 20, 2019
direct (2h01m)
Eurostar
Eurostarinbound: Dec 23, 2019
direct (2h16m)
Eurostar
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Travel guide London–Brussels

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What train companies operate the route from London to Brussels?

The train route from London to Brussels is operated by Eurostar.

What is the schedule for the train route from London to Brussels?

Trains from London leave from 6:47AM until 8:01PM, at scattered intervals ranging from every 20 minutes to every 3 hours, with the longest gaps between departures around 11AM to 1PM and 3PM to 5PM. Otherwise you are unlikely to wait more than an hour for a departure.

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

The departure and arrival stations are London St. Pancras International and Brussels-Midi/Zuid respectively.

What distance is the train route London to Brussels?

The distance of the trip is around 225 miles from city to city.

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

It takes anywhere between 2 hours 20 minutes and up to 3 hours depending on the time of departure.

What are the stops on the train journey from London to Brussels?

Stops along the route can include Ebbsfleet International, Ashford International and Lille.

Why should you travel by train from London to Brussels?

When traveling from London to Brussels by train, you can enjoy traveling through the Chunnel, an amazing feat of human engineering. Tickets are well priced and travel times are shorter from city center to city center.

What is there to see and do in Brussels?

Brussels was founded in the year 979AD and therefore there are many interesting historical sites to visit. Being a major center of politics, you can visit many politically significant sites of interest. Brussels boasts more than 80 museums, many with famous fine arts. Beer and chocolate enthusiasts can enjoy a large variety of Belgian beers and chocolates. Belgian waffles are also quite famous, and you shouldn’t miss one of these on your trip to Brussels.