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Eurostar (railway)

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Eurostar is a high speed railway service, established in 1994.
Since November 2007, the high speed link from London to the Channel has come into use, leaving London from St Pancras (next door to Kings Cross). Waterloo is not now used. Most trains now take 2hrs 15minswell it actually depends on where you start from...
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Booking Eurostar Book when you are there. Usualy plenty of specials, alot cheaper than booking from Aust. No problem in getting a seat no need to book ahead
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. The Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 Km (31.4 miles) undersea rail tunnel linking Folkestone, Kent, in the United Kingdom with Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, near Calais in nort…
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Eurostar now has stops at Stratford (Olympic Park and shopping centre), Ebbsfleet, Ashford (Kent) UK and Lille, France. Most trains, however, are non-stop London to Paris.
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It travels from St. Pancras International station in London. It previously travelled from Waterloo International station until November 2007.
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The fastest connection is 4h40 by Eurostar London-Brussels, then Thalys Brussels-Amsterdam. Eurostar London to Brussels, then IC Brussels to Amsterdam (cheaper!), takes about 6h15.
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The record is 1:43. -------------------------- The timetable on the website shows a typical train from London St. Pancras to Brussels on a Friday morning will take between 1:55 and 2:06. The return on a Monday afternoon takes betwen 1:57 and 2:04.
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The cost for a ticket on the Eurostar will depend on where you depart from and your destination. It may also depend on the date of travel. They have fares available from London to Paris from $68 one way.
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passenger trains o…
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the first eurostar train was made in 1992 what was it called
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A train company that use TGV-TMSTs or BR Class 373s to cross the Channel between Paris Gare Du Nord and London St Pancras (formerly used to terminate at Waterloo International)
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211mph from London to Dover 60mph through the Channel Tunnel Paris in 2h 15m Brussels in 1h 59m
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The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) a…
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England and France CIA the channel tunnel
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe.
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No. There is no duty free when travelling between EU countries. It is the same whether you travel by train, car, airplane, ferry, on foot etc. No duty free. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurost…
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From Gare du Nord, you should take RER RER 'B' ligne station on the lower level. From the GARE du NORD RER station, take any 'B' ligne train (heading in the direction of Saint Reny Les Chevreuse...Corbeil Essonnes or Massy Palaiseau...and 'B' train with a '..K xxx..' or '..P xxx..' designator). Th…
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St. Pancras Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passen…
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Take the Piccadilly line from Heathrow to King's Cross St Pancras (St Pancras is the Eurostar station).
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Eurostar does not go via Dover. The nearest stop is Ashford. But Eurostar does no sell tickets from London to Ashford, only from Ashford to Paris and Brussels. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eur…
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Eurostar has approximately one train per hour from Paris to London. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussel…
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766 - answer from Eurostar official website.
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London to Paris on Eurostar is about 2 to 2 1/2 hours. Take a nap. It goes by so fast!
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There is approximately one train per hour in each direction. The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancr…
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No. You cannot buy duty free when travelling within the EU. It is the same whether you travel by train, car, airplane, ferry, on foot etc., no duty free. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar …
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Certainly ! The ride is extremely smooth, and very fast.
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London to Paris, city centre to city centre, is quickest by Eurostar train. The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stat…
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The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. There is approximately one train per hour in each direction. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancra…
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe.
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In the Brussels South railwaystation, locally known and indicated as "Brussel Zuid" (Dutch) and "Bruxelles Midi" (French)
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Bruxelles Midi Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only pas…
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About 300 Km/Hr. The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles…
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Yes, it goes through Stratford International station, but no Eurostar trains stop there. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bru…
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Names of the Eurostar stations: StPancras International, London based station with rail and underground rail links to most London Airports. http://www.stpancras-international.co.uk Ebbsfleet International, Based near East London M25 easy access for motorway drivers. Over 5000 car parking spaces. …
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The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) a…
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About 300 Km/Hr Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only p…
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The Eurostar train does not travel between Paris and Nice.
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Eurostar are a passenger service. You can park a coach at Ebbsfleet International in Kent http://www.ebbsfleetinternational.co.uk . Alternatively go to Folkstone to board with cars and coaches
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The Eurostar does not go to Berlin. Eurostar is the brand name of the high speed train service London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels.
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The first official service left Waterloo station in England on 14th November 1994. That was over 20 years ago
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Eurostar has a very good record and reputation for being a very safe way to travel. Compared to other forms of international travel, the Eurostar train service has not had any major accidents to report. Even at the new Ebbsfleet International station in Kent, they reused a high-tech security survei…
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No. There is no duty free travelling between EU countries, no matter what means of transport you use (air, train or by road). Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancr…
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no, you will need to get a connecting service at Paris. One train per day does go direct, otherwise change in Paris. Check on the Eurostar website.
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Only guide dogs. No pets.
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The Eurostar goes from Paris to London, it doesn't go to Dublin.
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The Eurostar train takes about 25 minutes to go through the Channel Tunnel. The complete journey London-Paris takes about 2 hours 20 minutes.
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As with most trains, you can bring as much luggage as you can carry on the Eurostar. As both the UK and France are in the EU, there are no customs restrictions. The only thing worth noting is that British and French plugs/sockets are different shapes, which may hinder your attempt to use the televis…
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la Gare du Nord
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Most people do not feel ill on Eurostar trains. As long as you are not travel sick on trains, you should be OK. If you do feel travel sick on trains, the best advice is not eat a lot of food before riding the train, close your eyes often, do not read or watch television, and if you want to open yo…
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THe Eurostar does not run from Paris to Brussels. Eurostar is the brand name of the high speed train service from London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels. The service from Paris to Brussels uses trains branded 'RGV' or 'Thalys'. It takes about 1½ hours.
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Shortest time is 2 hours 15 minutes. Travel times vary throughout the day - from 2:15 to 2:37
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Fastest way is taking the train from the airport to the Brussels South railwaystation (most of the trains that leave from the airport run to that station) The Eurostar terminal is at Brussels South Railway station (local names: Brussel Zuid & Bruxelles Midi)
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The Eurostar travels through the channel tunnel which was bored underneath the sea floor. So technically it is a underwater tunnel not a submerged under ground tunnel.
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passenger trains o…
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Around 1994
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passenger trains o…
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Yes, sockets are located in the coaches next to the Buffet cars, so Coach 5 & 14 for Std class. All Business Premier and Std Premier coaches have sockets too (coaches 7,8,9,10,11 & 12).
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The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) a…
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There are many tunnels under the Thames - including several used for trains.
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Bruxelles MidiEurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe.
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar does not carry vehicles. The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name for the car carrying trains which run through the Channel Tunnel between Folkestone and C…
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The Eurostar train has 18 carriages
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Yes, it is normal to take your own food and drink on long-distance trains. Lots of people do it.
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Gare du Nord Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passe…
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The distance (according to Google Maps) is just 18.7 km - taking approximately 22 minutes to drive.
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About id say maybe 150-300 euros
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Yes. The only day it does not run is Christmas day. it is very successful. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (…
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It depends on your preferences. If you want a fast trip - with limited leg room, choose the Eurostar. However - if you want a more leisurely trip, with plenty of space to move around, choose the ferry.
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passenger trains o…
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. The Channel Tunnel connects the United Kingdom and France. It runs between Folkestone in Kent and Sangatte near Calais in Pas-de-Calais.
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No, the first train leaves Waterloo at 05:50 on weekdays, and the last one leaves Waterloo at 20:01. Weekend services start later.
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The Eurostar is a high speed train service that runs between the cities of Paris, London and Brussels. The first trip out of the Waterloo International station was on November 14, 1994.
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe.
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Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passenger trains o…
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Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Currently these are the only passenger trains o…
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From London to Paris it takes 2 hours 15 minutes - see the timetable
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Gare du Nord Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passe…
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The eurostar begins at St Pancras International Station in London and depending on the service stops at either Ebbsfleet or Ashford in Kent.
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At the Gare du Nord
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The Eurostar does not go to Barcelona. Eurostar is the brand name of the high speed train service London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels.
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Approx 2 hours 15 minutes
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A Eurostar train can carry 750 passengers: 206 in first class, 544 in standard class (second class). 10 million passengers travelled by Eurostar in 2013, a record.
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Electric. High speed trains are always electric, and the only trains allowed through the Channel Tunnel are electric. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (Lond…
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The Eurostar travels between London and Paris, and between London and Brussels. It does not travel between Rome and Florence.
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The Eurostar train runs via the Channel Tunnel from England to France. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brus…
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The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) a…
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Eurotunnel is the name of the company which owns and operates the Channel Tunnel, as well as other business interests. The Channel Tunnel connects the United Kingdom and France. It runs between Folkestone in Kent and Sangatte near Calais in Pas-de-Calais. The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name f…
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Paris, London and Brussels
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Eurostar is the brand name of the high speed trains that go through the channel tunnel. The main services are: London to Paris, approximately hourly. London - Lille - Brussels. Some trains also stop at other station France (Paris and Lille) and Belgium (Brussels)
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it takes 1 hour and 30 minutes to get to paphos in paris
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Two main reasons... It's cheaper than flying, and faster than sailing.
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No. You would have to change trains in Paris.
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The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) a…
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The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) a…
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