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Eurostar is a high-speed train service in Western Europe connecting London and Kent in the United Kingdom, with Paris and Lille in France, and Brussels in Belgium. In addition, there are limited services from London to Disneyland Resort Paris (Gare de Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy) and seasonal destinations in France. Trains cross the English Channel through the Channel Tunnel.

The service is operated by 18-carriage Class 373 trains at up to 300 km/h (186 mph) on a network of high-speed lines. Since Eurostar began in 1994, new lines have been built in Belgium (HSL 1) and Southern England (High Speed 1) to the same standard as the LGV Nord line originally used in France, enabling journey times to be reduced. The two-stage High Speed 1 project was completed on 14 November 2007, when the London terminus of Eurostar transferred from Waterloo International to St Pancras International station.


Paris from £69pp
Why not stroll the world's grandest promenade? Walk from Place de la Concorde to the fantastic Arc de Triomphe (which was commissioned in 1806 after the victory at Austerlitz by Emperor Napoleon I). The Champs-Elysées (the main street of Paris) has its grandest views at night, hedged with chestnut trees, hotels, shops and more.   More...


Lille from £65pp
Why not stroll the world's grandest promenade? Walk from Place de la Concorde to the fantastic Arc de Triomphe (which was commissioned in 1806 after the victory at Austerlitz by Emperor Napoleon I). The Champs-Elysées (the main street of Paris) has its grandest views at night, hedged with chestnut trees, hotels, shops and more.   More...


Brussels from £69pp
Did you know there was a female equivalent of the Manneken-Pis? A short walk from the Grand Place is Rue des Bouchers with many restaurants serving traditional Belgian dishes. In the middle of this road there is a short passage called Impasse de la Fidelité. At the end of this you can see the female Janneke-Pis (created in 1987).   More...


  
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