Where are the best places to go on Eurostar?

Where are the best places to go on Eurostar?

Make the most of our excellent value fares to a variety of destinations, from stunning Amsterdam to enchanting Paris, from beguiling Brussels to the exquisite Alps. Your journey on board Eurostar is bound to be one you will never forget.

How much does it cost to exchange Eurostar tickets?

Tickets in Standard and Standard Premier that are exchanged within 7 days of the individual journey will incur an exchange fee per person and per individual journey in Standard (£30 for an adult and £15 for a child) and in Standard Premier (£40 for an adult and £15 for a child).

Is it comfortable to travel on Eurostar from London to France?

Travelling with Eurostar is comfortable, easy and hassle-free with no excess baggage headaches or liquid restrictions. Just stretch out in our spacious seats and enjoy the view as you speed to your destination in style and comfort. From the corner cafés of Montmartre to the lavender fields of Provence, France has something for everyone.

When did the UK government sell its share of Eurostar?

In March 2015, the UK government announced that it would sell its 40% share to an Anglo-Canadian consortium made up of the Caisse and Hermes Infrastructure. The sale was completed in May 2015. In 2015, Eurostar threatened to require that cyclists dismantle bicycles before they could be transported on the trains.

What happens to my Eurostar ticket if there is a delay?

E-vouchers are valid for 12 months from the date of your delayed train. The rules differ slightly for delays (and cancellations) announced in advance of departure. If the service is due to be delayed by more than 60 minutes, you can reschedule your trip or request an e-voucher. An e-voucher can be used to rebook or claim a refund at a later date.

When did the Eurostar break down in the Channel Tunnel?

During the December 2009 European snowfall, four Eurostar trains broke down inside the Channel Tunnel, after leaving France, and one in Kent on 18 December. Although the trains had been winterised, the systems had not coped with the conditions. Over 2,000 passengers were stuck inside failed trains inside the tunnel,…