Train Paris London

In the southeast of the UK, London is the country's capital and a bustling 21st-century city. Take the train from Paris to London by booking a ticket with OUI.sncf and you could be enjoying iconic sights like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and London Bridge.

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Number routes per day

02h30

Average route time

02h17

Shortest route time

07h13

First hour of departure

21h13

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Paris - London : Travel by train

Why travel by train between Paris and London?

How much does a train ticket from Paris to London cost?

The cheapest standard class train ticket from Paris to London with no railcard can cost around 29 pounds one way. Prices can rise into the hundreds so make sure you book in advance for the best deal. The early morning trains tend to be cheaper.

What's the journey time and the first departure times?

Getting the train from Paris to London is fast and easy, with the quickest direct journey time taking 2h17. First trains depart Paris at 7:13am local time and make sure you arrive at least one hour in advance to allow yourself enough time to get through security.

What are the main train operators and what services do they provide?

The main train operator for the Paris to London service is Eurostar. On board you can expect a comfortable journey with a buffet bar and enough room to store your luggage. Refundable and exchangeable tickets are available depending on the options you choose when booking.

Which are the departure and arrival stations?

You'll leave Paris from Gare du Nord station and arrive in London at St Pancras station. Gare du Nord can be accessed from a range of public transport including the Paris Metro underground (lines 4 and 5), trains from other French cities (as well as international destinations such as Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany) and several bus routes. Once in London you can access various parts of the city from public transport at the station including the tube line (Circle, Hammersmith &