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Frequently Asked Questions about Paris to London Train

  • dinsdag 14 september 2021 @ 11:36
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    Here are some of the important information you need to know about the train travel from Paris to London train.
    1.            How much does the train from Paris to London cost?
    The average price for Paris to London train tickets cost around €245.34 on the day of departure. But the companies normally release them 3-6 months earlier at a far less price about €70.26. This means you can get them at a cheaper rate if you book in advance. Also, prices of tickets vary depending on the time of day, route and the class you book.
    2.            How long does it take from Paris to London?
    It takes a direct high-speed Eurostar train an average of 2 hours 23 minutes to travel from Paris to London. On weekdays, the train can take 2 hours 16 minutes but if the journey requires a change on the way, it takes an average time of fewer than 3 hours.
    Weekend journeys when compared to weekdays tend to take a little longer. The quickest trip takes around 2 hours 30 minutes without a stopover. But most trips take an average of over 3 hours because fewer direct services operate on weekends. 
    3.            What time does the first and last Paris to London train leave?
    The first Paris to London train departs at 0713h from Gare du Nord station. And the last train leaves at 2113h at the same station. Note that times and services may change on weekends and holidays.
    4.            How many trains leave Paris to London in a day?
    During the weekdays, when traffic is much, about 16 trains leave Paris to London daily. But on weekends, about nine to ten trains as traffic become lesser. Weekend journeys take longer than weekdays because a change may be required on the way.
    5.            Which companies operate the Paris to London train?
    The London to Paris trains is operated by Eurostar. Most international train travel in Europe is operated by this company.
    6.            What are the departure and arrival points for the Paris to London trains?
    The Eurostar high-speed trains depart from Paris to London at Gare du Nord railway station. The station is easily accessible from every part of the city.
    Arriving in London, the trains stop at the St. Pancras International railroad station which is located in the centre of the city. The station is the busiest public transport hub in London. Public transport such as taxis and buses are available at the station.
     
    7.            How fast do the Eurostar trains travel from Paris to London?
    Eurostar high-speed trains from Paris to London can travel at a speed of up to 300 km/h (186 mph). So a journey of about 344 km can be completed in less than three hours.
    8.            Are there places to visit or things to do in Paris or London?
    A journey from Paris to London provides you with the opportunity to see or visit the Notre-Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elysee, etc., while in London you get to see Buckingham Palace, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Big Ben and Houses of Parliament in London. 
    Please visit Paris to London train for more information about Paris to London train.