The Eurostar is an international train service from the UK to France, Belgium and many other destinations located in Europe. Eurostar was first used in 1994 and since has doubled the amount of travellers travelling from the UK to Europe, with connecting services connecting to 100's of destinations this is one of the fastest ways to travel.
St Pancras International
Eurostar launched its first services from London St Pancras International in 2007, services from London Waterloo International ended around the same time and was moved across to St Pancras International. There are around 18 services from St Pancras to Paris per day and up to 10 services daily, some of which stopping at Lille and Calais en route.
In 2007 services were launched from Ebbsfleet International by Eurostar, the station has at least 5 services per day direct to Paris and also 4 services to Brussels.
Ashford International runs international services to Europe with a service to Brussels, 3 to Paris and also a service to Disneyland Paris, all at which stop at Lille. Ashford also has seasonal services to the French Alps and Avignon.
What Eurostar has to offer
Eurostar has reduced carbon emissions by a massive 25% overall per passenger journey, the aim is to reduce emissions by 35% in the up coming year.
Travel faster with Eurostar
Eurostar has the ability to travel over 200 miles per hour getting you to your destination faster and safely.
The channel Tunnel has unique fireproof features for safe travel through the tunnel, with fire resistant materials and fire doors between each carriage.
Youths can get an offer on tickets courtesy of Eurostar this is only available for travellers under the age of 26. You can get a 20% discount when travelling to specific European destinations from Ebbsfleet International, this offer is only available for standard seats.