If you're after cheap Eurostar tickets, look no further. At Trainline, we'll show you where the Eurostar can take you and how to book the best value fares for your journey.
To find Eurostar tickets, simply start a search above, and we'll show you the best available journey times and prices. Wherever you’re going with the Eurostar, start your trip with us.
Unsure about where to start your Eurostar adventure? Use our map to plan out where you want to go. From London St Pancras you can connect to as far as Amsterdam or the south of France and many destinations in between.
Eurostar trains routes provide high-speed train services from London to Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. There are further Eurostar journeys to Disneyland Paris, Lyon and Marseille. Using class e300 and e320 trains, the Eurostar can reach speeds of up to 200mph.
Couple this with modern, comfortable seats and large windows, travelling with Eurostar makes for a quiet and very scenic rail journey across Europe. As well as faster check-in and passport control times than at the airport, the Eurostar also takes you from one city centre to another meaning you can get on with your holiday.
Perhaps the most popular journey in the Eurostar network, the Eurostar London to Paris service takes you from St Pancras International to the French capital in under two and a half hours.
Take the family to Disneyland Paris for a memorable trip away. In just over two hours you can be at the parks, ready to start a holiday you won't forget.
The latest route to be introduced to the service, the Eurostar from London to Amsterdam goes direct to the city of canals, clogs and bicycles in around 3 hours 40 minutes.
If you're after cheap Eurostar train tickets, we'll show you how you could bag yourself a bargain. By using one (or a combination) of the steps below, you could be on your way to more affordable train travel.
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Train tickets for the Eurostar usually go on sale around 6 months before the date of travel. Book in advance to make sure you get the cheapest options as those tend to sell out, leaving only the more expensive tickets.
When travelling on the Eurostar, you can benefit from reduced fares by travelling at times of the day that are less busy. When searching for tickets, we'll display all available tickets, highlighting the cheapest ones.
Discover more about the main terminals around the continent that link the Eurostar network together.
The Channel Tunnel provides a permanent link between the UK and France. Nicknamed the "Chunnel" (short for Channel Tunnel) this vital rail link runs from Folkestone, England to Calais, France.
The tunnel opened in 1994 and at 50.45km (31.34 miles) it is the longest underwater tunnel anywhere in the world.
Fun facts about the Chunnel
Whether you're travelling for work, leisure or a bit of both, find a seat to match. Eurostar classes offer a range of services to suit all budgets.
Enjoy discounted entry to attractions in your chosen destination with a Eurostar Standard ticket. Grab a copy of Metropolitan magazine and access to Café Metropole.
Find out more about Eurostar Standard class.
Benefit from a wide range of magazines and newspapers, spacious coaches and a light meal and drinks served to your table with Eurostar Standard Premier.
Find out more about Eurostar Standard Premier.
Quicker boarding times, flexible tickets and access to the Business Premier lounges. Business Premier seats come with a menu designed by world-famous chef Raymond Blanc.
Discover more about Eurostar Business Premier.
Find out more about Eurostar's news, offers and seasonal tickets here.
Hit the slopes with Eurostar. Tickets for the Eurostar ski train to Bourg St Maurice go on sale in mid-July every year. Check out our Eurostar ski train page and start your trip to the Alps with us.
Earn points and rewards from the comfort of your seat. Discover which Club Eurostar membership suits your train travel patterns by visiting out Eurostar loyalty program hub.
When travelling by Eurostar, make sure to visit some of these amazing cities along the way. Whether these destinations are on the Eurostar network or require just one change, these are certainly some places not to be missed.
Travelling with Eurostar? Find out everything you need to know about luggage allowance, pets and other onboard Eurostar facilities here.
Checking in with Eurostar is very simple and should normally take no longer than 15 minutes. Make sure you have printed your ticket or have the QR code available on your phone ready to scan at the gate. We recommend you arrive 45 minutes before your train leaves to give you sufficient time to go through check-in. For more information visit our Eurostar check-in page.
In London, Eurostar trains depart and arrive at St Pancras International station, located just north of the city centre. Eurostar was previously based in London Waterloo stations but moved to St Pancras International in 2007.
Paris Gare du Nord is the terminal in Paris, located in the 10th arrondissement, and just a 20-minute walk from Notre Dame cathedral. If you have booked to go to Marseille, you must transfer to Paris Gare De Lyon, in the south-east of the city.
Brussels-Midi station is in the heart of Brussels itself, making it easy to navigate your way around the Belgian capital. A large station with 22 platforms. The Eurostar check-in is found near platform 8 and is clearly signposted.
Disneyland Paris uses the Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy Station, which is located around 2 minutes walk from the Disneyland Resort. You can also leave your luggage at the station and head straight to the park if you have the Disney Express package.
Amsterdam Centraal is located in the centre of the city, just north of the tourist sights of the Binnenstad district. There are luggage drop-offs here if you arrive early and want to explore the city before you can check into your hotel.
There are hold areas at the ends of each carriage, with overhead compartments for any hand luggage you have. There are no restrictions on the weight of your luggage, but you should be able to carry it on and off the train. Suitcases should be no wider than 85cm, to create as much space as possible for other passengers.
Along with your ticket for travel, you should bring:
If you are travelling from London St Pancras, there are trains to France, Belgium and Holland within easy reach. That's awesome journeys like London to Paris by train, Eurostar to Disneyland Paris, Lille, Brussels and now London to Amsterdam, that are served by this train network.
You can also make connections to cities such as Bruges, Marseille and Lyon, using Thalys or TGV rail services. You can also take the Eurostar from London to Bourg St Maurice in the French Alps during the skiing season.
Power sockets are available on some Eurostar trains. They are typically found in carriages 5 and 14 of standard class and coaches 7 to 12 in Business Premier.
WiFi is available on all new e320 trains, with Eurostar planning to add WiFi to the original e300 trains.
The Eurostar takes between 20-25 minutes to go through the 31.4-mile tunnel.
Only assistance dogs are allowed on Eurostar trains. You must have valid documents that show it is a registered assistance dog. You can take your assistance dog on any route from the United Kingdom to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Calais.
Yes. You can skip the queues at Gare du Nord by buying a pack of 10 single journey tickets at Cafe Metropole onboard the Eurostar. The pack is a called a "carnet" and means a stack of individual tickets.
It's worth noting that when travelling to Brussels, your Eurostar ticket is automatically valid for the short connection between Brussels Midi (Zuid) and Brussels Central.
Got a query about your Eurostar journey? Get in touch either online or on the telephone.
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If you would like more information regarding Eurostar train times, lost property or onboard facilities, then call Eurostar on: (+44) 343 218 6186