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Eurostar Trains to France

Cheap Train Tickets to Paris, Disneyland®, Ski Resorts, and South France

Eurostar is preferred for its high-speed trains and excellent service, with direct services from London to several French cities. Top routes include Paris, Marseille, Lyon, and Bordeaux, providing easy access to major destinations in France. Eurostar also offers connections to other European countries, such as the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany, allowing travellers to explore multiple destinations in one trip.

With Eurostar tickets to suit every budget and trains to France throughout the day, there's never been a better time to explore France by train!

Eurostar Destinations in France

Eurostar to Paris

Upon arriving in Paris, passengers are welcomed at the iconic Paris Gare Du Nord station, located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. As the main Parisian terminus for Eurostar, Gare du Nord holds a prominent place in the hearts of travellers, offering a first taste of the romance and excitement that can be found in its home city.

The station's extensive facilities, including shops, cafes, and traveler services, ensure a comfortable and convenient experience for all passengers. Gare du Nord is more than just a train station; it's a symbol of Parisian elegance and the starting point for unforgettable European adventures.

Just a short distance from the Gare Du Nord station, you’ll find iconic landmarks such as architectural splendor of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica perched atop the picturesque Montmartre hill, or the renowned Musée du Louvre, home to thousands of legendary artworks.

Eurostar to Disneyland® Paris

Eurostar provides easy access to Disneyland® Paris via Marne-la-Vallée Chessy station, located right at the gates of the park. The station is easily accessible from Paris city centre and has the address Boulevard du Parc, 77700 Chessy, France.

Spanning over 4,800 acres, the resort features two theme parks—Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park—each brimming with immersive attractions, such as the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle and Space Mountain: Mission 2. It’s a must visit for Disney fanatics, young children and families.

Eurostar has 2 top routes to Disneyland® Paris — from Marne-la-Vallée Chessy station from London St Pancras International station and Marne-la-Vallée Chessy station to Brussels Midi/Zuid station.

Whether you're travelling with family, friends, or as a couple, Eurostar offers a convenient and magical way to start your Disneyland® Paris adventure.

Eurostar to Lille

Eurostar offers a seamless way to explore the charming city of Lille via its arrival station at Lille Europe. The station is located in the heart of the city, 1 Place François Mitterrand, 59777 Euralille, France.

As a bustling metropolis with a distinct Flemish influence, Lille is celebrated for its picturesque old town, filled with cobblestone streets, ornate buildings, and charming squares like the Grand Place. The city is also famous for its annual Grande Braderie de Lille, one of Europe's largest flea markets, and the Palais des Beaux-Arts, which is home to an impressive collection of fine art spanning centuries.

Eurostar has 2 top routes to Lille Europe — from London St Pancras International station or Lyon Part-Dieu station to Lille Europe. These routes offer a convenient connection from London and the gastronomic capital of France, Lyon. Whether you're visiting for the architecture, markets, or cuisine, Eurostar provides a reliable and convenient way to reach Lille.

Eurostar to Paris CDG Airport

Eurostar doesn't offer direct services to Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport, but travellers can connect to Eurostar services from Paris city centre. The most common option is to take a direct train or shuttle service to Gare du Nord station. Gare du Nord is the main Eurostar station in Paris and offers connections to various Eurostar routes.

From Gare du Nord, travellers can board Eurostar trains to reach their desired destinations, including London, Brussels, and Amsterdam. These routes provide convenient connections to major cities in the UK, Belgium, and the Netherlands, allowing travellers to explore various cultural, historical, and culinary attractions.

Eurostar to Ski resorts

Eurostar provides convenient access to popular ski resorts in France from various UK cities. Although there are no direct services to ski resorts, Eurostar offers seamless connections through its arrival stations in France.

Travellers can step onto the Eurostar Snow train which departs every Saturday throughout winter. Starting from London, travellers can grab a connection in Lille and then hop off at their desired destination, whether it be Chambéry, Albertville, Moûtiers, Aime-La-Plagne, or Bourg-Saint-Maurice. With the Eurostar Snow train, skiers and snowboarders can easily access the stunning slopes of the French Alps.

Eurostar to South France(Summer Routes)

Eurostar offers convenient and comfortable travel options to popular destinations in the South of France, including Marseille, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, and Valence. Travellers can reach these destinations through various Eurostar routes, such as London to Marseille Saint-Charles and London to Avignon TGV.

Additionally, Aix-en-Provence can be reached by connecting trains from Avignon TGV or Marseille Saint-Charles. From London to Valence, you can easily access the beautiful city of Valence and its proximity to the stunning Ardèche region.

Eurostar Route Map in France

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With Eurostar, you can effortlessly reach some of the most popular destinations across five countries, including London, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Rotterdam, or enjoy seamless connections to three major airports - Paris CDG Airport, Schiphol Airport, and Düsseldorf Airport, allowing you to easily transition between city exploration and air travel.

FAQs About Eurostar to France

  • Where in France does Eurostar travel to?

    Some of the main cities that Eurostar travels to in France include Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, and Valence. Eurostar also connects these French cities to other major European destinations, such as London, Brussels, and Amsterdam, allowing travellers to easily explore multiple countries in one trip.

  • How much does the Eurostar to France cost?

    The cost of Eurostar tickets to France can vary depending on various factors such as the time of booking, the date and time of travel, the class of service, and any promotional offers or discounts. It is recommended to visit the official Eurostar website or for the most accurate and up-to-date information on ticket prices.

  • Is the Eurostar cheaper than flying?

    Yes. The cost of Eurostar and air travel can vary depending on several factors such as the time of booking, the date and time of travel, the airline or train company, and any promotional offers or discounts available. In some cases, Eurostar may be cheaper than flying.

    Eurostar offers several advantages over air travel, such as faster check-in times, more comfortable seating, and central city-to-city connections. Additionally, Eurostar produces up to 90% fewer emissions than flying, making it a more sustainable travel option. Ultimately, the decision between Eurostar and air travel will depend on your personal preferences and travel needs.