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The Eurostar train is one of the fastest and most convenient ways of travelling between London and Paris, Brussels or Amsterdam, with thousands of commuters using the service each day. The city-to-city service is popular with both business travellers and tourists who prefer the ease of rail travel to long waiting times at airports. I recently travelled on the Eurostar from London to Paris and have put together a list of tips to help make your journey on the Eurostar an easy one.


Useful information for your Eurostar trip

Eurostar ticketMy Eurostar e-ticket.

Eurostar tickets can be purchased up to 180 days prior to departure.  Generally, the further in advance you make your reservation, the cheaper the fare.  Click here to check fares and make your reservation.

Eurostar and 'Chunnel' facts


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