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Train tickets from London to Paris

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One-way
The price shown for each trip will be the average for all passengers, including any infants.
London (LON)
Paris (PAR)
Fri 1/7
Sat 9/7
The price shown for each trip will be the average for all passengers, including any infants.
The price shown for each trip will be the average for all passengers, including any infants.
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Eurostar
Direct
2h 16m
Eurostar
Eurostar
Direct
2h 16m
Eurostar
Eurostar
Direct
2h 16m
Eurostar
Eurostar
Direct
2h 25m
Eurostar
Eurostar
Direct
2h 16m
Eurostar
Eurostar
Direct
2h 16m
Eurostar

London to Paris train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains from London to Paris

RETURN FROM

£77

ONE-WAY FROM

£39

AVG TRAVEL TIME

2h 20m

TRAIN COMPANIES

Eurostar
The best return train deal from London to Paris found on momondo in the last 72 hours is £77
The best one-way train deal from London to Paris found on momondo in the last 72 hours is £39
Average time it takes to travel by train from London to Paris
There is 1 train company servicing this route: Eurostar

Book return train tickets from London to Paris

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets from London to Paris that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Eurostar
10 Oct
11:31London King's Cross
2h 16m
13:47Paris Gare du Nord
14 Oct
03:13Paris Gare du Nord
2h 19m
05:32London King's Cross
Eurostar
13 Sep
11:31London King's Cross
2h 16m
13:47Paris Gare du Nord
28 Sep
13:13Paris Gare du Nord
2h 19m
15:32London King's Cross
Eurostar
29 Oct
14:01London King's Cross
2h 16m
16:17Paris Gare du Nord
31 Oct
12:13Paris Gare du Nord
2h 26m
14:39London King's Cross
Eurostar
10 Oct
12:31London King's Cross
2h 16m
14:47Paris Gare du Nord
25 Oct
16:13Paris Gare du Nord
2h 17m
18:30London King's Cross
Eurostar
17 Sep
15:01London King's Cross
2h 16m
17:17Paris Gare du Nord
21 Sep
03:43Paris Gare du Nord
2h 17m
06:00London King's Cross
Eurostar
26 Sep
14:01London St Pancras
2h 16m
16:17Paris Gare du Nord
28 Sep
15:13Paris Gare du Nord
2h 17m
17:30London St Pancras

Book one-way train tickets from London to Paris

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets from London to Paris we’ve found in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find train tickets by date.
Eurostar
28 Sep
14:01London King's Cross
2h 16m
16:17Paris Gare du Nord
Eurostar
20 Oct
05:31London King's Cross
2h 16m
07:47Paris Gare du Nord
Eurostar
13 Sep
15:01London King's Cross
2h 16m
17:17Paris Gare du Nord

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FAQs for booking trains from London to Paris

If you’re travelling from London St. Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord by train, rest assured that once you’ve left London and crossed under the channel, the route does get more scenic. The train journey will take you through some flat farmland in northern France, though the journey on the UK side is less scenic as you’ll leave London and shortly after enter the Eurotunnel. Much of the journey is so fast, and partially underwater in the tunnel, that it’s difficult to make out much scenery on this route.

London St. Pancras Station, where you’ll depart from, is beautifully renovated and certainly offers a grand departure with its vast halls and glass ceilings. The station, which was originally opened in 1898, is an architectural marvel under its soaring arches. It’s regarded as a destination in its own right thanks to a plethora of high-end dining, drinking and shopping options, as well as events. For those of you travelling from London to Paris, you can enjoy a full range of services at London St. Pancras Station. Whether you’re looking for gifts, food or need assistance travelling, London St. Pancras has it all. In terms of shopping, it offers many high street as well as boutique shops that host luxury and high-fashion historic brands. You can also find drugstores and pharmacies if you find yourself in need of one. If you’re looking for food or coffee, St. Pancras International has everything from espresso bars and juice bars, if you are a fan of a healthy lifestyle, to quick eateries if you want to grab something quick but yummy, as well as other options like burger houses and restaurants. If you require help boarding the train, head to the Eurostar Assist desk. Assistance should be booked before travelling.

A valid passport is required for anyone travelling via rail from London to Paris. It’s best to check all key travel documents along with your train tickets from London to Paris before you leave to ensure they’re valid and you have everything you need. Remember, momondo also recommends consulting the latest government advice from both your country of departure and the country of arrival. All passengers, including babies and children, need to have their own valid travel documents to be able to travel from London to Paris by train.

Once you arrive in Paris from London St. Pancras, the train will arrive at Paris Gare du Nord. To get to Paris city centre, you have a number of options including public transport, official Paris taxis, as well as Uber and Bolt. The official taxi rank is just outside the station close to the Eurostar terminal. Go to the concourse and follow the exit to the right. The Paris metro is one of the easiest, fastest and cheapest ways to get to the city centre. The metro station is within Gare du Nord - follow the metro signs all the way down the escalators. Buy tickets at a machine just outside the metro or at a ticket desk. Be sure to buy a Tplus ticket, which lets you connect between the metro and RER trains. Ridesharing apps Uber and Bolt also work in Paris, but you may have to walk a little way from your station to catch your ride as these drivers are not always allowed to stop right outside the station.

The quickest train available from London will take 0h 26m to arrive in Paris. Your arrival can differ by about 1h 54m. This largely depends on whether your train ride includes stops or a direct route from London to Paris. Eurostar is one of the fastest options available.

Ride to your destination comfortably on Eurostar. Consider Eurostar as it’s been found as the cheapest option to get from London to Paris starting at £77.

At 1h 15m, choosing to opt for a flight from London to Paris for this trip as opposed to a train from London to Paris or a bus from London to Paris can save you time on travel.

A flight from London to Paris is currently going to be the least expensive option currently available. You can also find deals for a train from London to Paris starting at £76, or consider a bus from London to Paris starting at £55. Both of these alternative options are worth considering when looking to reach your destination.

There are 212.5 mi between London and Paris. By train, the distance is greater, and the train route may stop elsewhere along the way. The train takes 0h 26m, typically.


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