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With Ferrysavers you find your ideal cheap Eurostar train to France, the UK, or Belgium, including services to Paris Gare du Nord, London St Pancras and Disneyland Paris.
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- Eurostar trains travel between London St Pancras and Brussels Gare de Midi (Belgium), Calais, Lille, Paris Gare du Nord, and Disneyland Paris (all in France). Eurostar runs up to 17 services to Paris and ten to Brussels daily. In addition, up to nine trains stop at Lille, and up to three services stop at Calais Frethun en route.
- Eurostar also have seasonal services, with trains to Avignon during the summer, and from December to April the Ski Train service to Bourg St Maurice and Moutiers
- Three of the daily services to Paris are available from Ashford International station (Kent, England), as well as the daily Disneyland Paris service and the seasonal services.
- In addition, you can also book Eurostar services between Ebbsfleet International and Calais, Lille, Paris Gare du Nord, and Brussels. There are up to 7 daily services to Paris and 5 to Brussels from Ebbsfleet.
The fantastic Eurostar high-speed rail service directly links the UK to France and Belgium via the Channel Tunnel, and has dramatically changed travel, offering seamless links between city centres; with the completion of the UK's first high speed line, High Speed 1, London to Paris takes 2 hours 15 mins, London to Brussels takes 1 hour 51 mins, and London to Lille just 1 hour 20 mins. Since its launch in 1994 Eurostar has carried over 100 million passengers across the Channel.
Eurostar trains are highly comfortable and have excellent on-board catering facilities, and the option of three types of seating. Standard class offers bar/buffet facilities with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, quick and tasty snacks and wholesome filling meals. Leisure Direct passengers enjoy a dedicated carriage with complimentary newspapers and a meal, made with seasonal produce, and drink served at your seat. Business Premier travellers have everything they need for their journey, including extra spacious seats, wi-fi, complimentary newspapers and magazines, complimentary drinks from the Business Premier bar, and a choice of high-quality meals from the menu served at your seat.