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Which London station is Eurostar?

Which London station is Eurostar?

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.

Which London train station do you need for the Eurostar train to Paris?

Gare du Nord station
Eurostar trains arrive right in the heart of Paris at Gare du Nord station.

Which London station is the terminus for the Eurostar trains?

St Pancras International station
The redeveloped St Pancras International station became the new London terminus for all Eurostar services.

Is Kings Cross and St Pancras the same thing?

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.

Where does the Eurostar stop from Paris to London?

When taking a Eurostar train from Paris to London, it’s common for the Eurostar to stop at Ebbsfleet (and sometimes Ashford) station 15 minutes before arrival at London St. Pancras / King’s Cross.

When do you have to be at the Eurostar station?

Then you need to be at the Eurostar station about 45 minutes before your train departs. You need to be checked-in at least 30 minutes in advance and you go through airport style security and French immigration in the London station. This doesn’t allow for a delayed flight or an exceptionally long immigration line.

Where does the Eurostar go from London St Pancras?

The Channel Tunnel remains a feat of engineering and facilitates high-speed rail travel at depths of 75m below the seabed. All Eurostar services depart from London St Pancras International station.

How long is the tube from Heathrow to Eurostar?

London Heathrow to Eurostar station. You need to allow at least one hour to get through immigration and customs at Heathrow. Then, it takes about one hour to get from Heathrow to St Pancras on the tube. This is the most direct route. You take the tube (Piccadilly line) from Heathrow to Kings Cross/St Pancras.