26 September 2019
See more of Europe from just £29
Eurostar, the high-speed passenger rail service linking the UK with mainland Europe, is offering great value seats from just £29 to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Calais or £35 to Amsterdam or Rotterdam, providing the perfect excuse for a city break. The fares are available for booking from 10th to 23rd September 2019, and valid for travel between 1st October 2019 and 17th January 2020.
Avoiding expensive and time-consuming travel to the airport, Eurostar travellers arrive in the city-centre ready to see more of their destination and start exploring from the moment they arrive. Whether it’s savouring local delicacies, visiting a new neighbourhood or discovering an art gallery, less time travelling provides more time to experience a city.
Travellers looking to treat themselves for less can upgrade to travel in Standard Premier from £70, featuring more space on board, a light meal and refreshments served at seat, and a selection of complimentary magazines. Those looking to travel further can choose Bruges, Antwerp or Ghent with Eurostar’s ‘Any Belgian Station’ ticket from just £39 each way, or £79 in Standard Premier.
With quick and convenient check-in up to 30 minutes before departure, a seamless city-centre to city-centre journey, a generous baggage allowance with no weight restrictions and free wi-fi and on board entertainment, Eurostar is the ideal way to travel. Eurostar passengers can get even more value out of their ticket by taking advantage of 2 for 1 entry to Europe’s top museums across Paris, Lille, Brussels, by simply showing their Eurostar ticket.
For more information or to book Eurostar tickets visit eurostar.com or call the Eurostar contact centre on 08432 186 186.
For more information:
Eurostar Press Office
020 7843 5500
Notes to Editors
1 All prices based on a return journey (excluding travel to Rotterdam and Amsterdam)
Terms & Conditions
- Fare is subject to availability
- Based on bookings made between 10.09.19 and 23.09.19 for travel from 01.10.19 to 17.01.20
- Prices based on a compulsory return trip (excluding travel to Rotterdam and Amsterdam)
- Black-out dates:
- Paris, Brussels, Lille, Calais, Any Belgian Station: 4-5, 7, 18-21, 25-27, 31 October; 1-11, 29-30 November; 1-2, 6-9, 13-16, 18-31 December, 1-5, 12-13 January
- Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Any Dutch Station: 5-6, 12-13, 18-21, 25-27, 31 October; 1-11, 8-12, 16-17 November; 14-15, 19-13 December; 1-2, 5, 11-13 January.
- Tickets are exchangeable up to departure by paying a £30/€40 fee in Standard or a £40/€50 fee in Standard Premier, plus any difference in fare
- Tickets are non-refundable at any time
- Maximum 9 passengers per booking
- Fares combinable with Standard and Standard Premier Public fares
- Full T&Cs available at Eurostar.com
- Eurostar is the high-speed train service linking St Pancras International, Ebbsfleet International, Ashford International, Paris, Brussels, Lille, Calais, Disneyland Resort Paris, Avignon, the French Alps, Lyon, Avignon, Marseille, Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
- The current Eurostar train was first introduced into service in 1994 carrying 750 passengers and operating at speeds of up to 300kph. Since then, the fleet of 28 trains has carried more than 150 million passengers between London and the Continent. Following their refurbishment these trains will continue to form a core part of the Eurostar fleet. The new e320 will carry around 900 passengers at speeds of up to 320kph.
- Eurostar was established in 1994 as a partnership between three railway companies: SNCF, SNCB and LCR (London and Continental Railways). On 1 September 2010, Eurostar became a single, unified corporate entity owned by three shareholders: SNCF, SNCB and LCR. LCR’s holding was transferred to the Treasury in 2014, and sold by the UK government to a consortium comprising Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec (CDPQ) and Hermes Infrastructure on 28th May 2015.
- Eurostar is a founder member of Railteam, a partnership between Europe’s leading high-speed train operators that is developing simpler ways to book and travel on the fast-expanding, European high-speed rail network.
- Eurostar and Eurotunnel are entirely separate companies. Eurostar operates high-speed passenger trains, while Eurotunnel operates vehicle shuttle services and the Channel Tunnel itself. Eurostar is Eurotunnel’s biggest customer.