Modern, high-speed trains and efficient routes to 13 unique
destinations throughout Western Europe make Eurostar the premier
choice for rail travel between the United Kingdom and France,
Belgium, and the Netherlands. This line was founded in 1994 and was
initially based out of Waterloo in Central London. The train gained
so much hype ahead of its inaugural run that the Queen of England
herself was one of the first passengers on the train, traveling
from London to Calais, France. This journey marked the first
passenger train expedition through the Channel Tunnel, which is now
an integral part of each city center-to-city center train
Each guest enjoys a high-back, plush seat with armrests.
European and UK power outlets are found under the armrest.
Travelers who upgrade from Standard Class to Standard Premier or
Business Premier also enjoy USB ports. Each journey on Eurostar
includes free Wi-Fi Internet and access to a streaming service that
offers TV shows and movies for the course of the route. Travelers
enjoy the passing scenery from the train's large picture windows.
There is ample storage space for luggage and overhead racks for
Trains depart almost hourly throughout the day, with as many as
60 trains traveling to various destinations daily during peak
times. Between London and Paris alone, Eurostar offers 17 trains
throughout the week in busy times.
Traveling through the Channel Tunnel to access the great cities
of France, Belgium, and the Netherlands is as convenient as it is
enjoyable on Eurostar.