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The London Waterloo Eurostar service now runs from the central terminus at St Pancras Station in London.
The London Waterloo Eurostar service now offers a faster and more efficient service across the continent, from its new St Pancras Station.
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About London Waterloo
London Waterloo is the UK's largest rail station, covering an area of 24.5 acres. One of its most notable features is the Victory Arch, built of
Portland Stone. This commemorates the London and South Western and the Southern Railway men who gave their lives in the First and Second World Wars.
Eurostar is the high-speed passenger train linking Waterloo London with Paris, Brussels, Calais and Lille via the Channel Tunnel
Eurostar London Waterloo International Rail Terminal Facilities:
This purpose-built facility dedicated solely to Eurostar is centrally located in the heart of London. The state-of-the-art terminal provides speedy service for up to 6000 passengers per hour and offers:
- Passenger lifts
- Multi-lingual Customer Service staff
- Bureau de Change
- Souvenir Shop
- Cafes offering a range of food and refreshments
- First Class Lounge (for passengers with Premier and Business First Class Eurostar tickets)
There are also a number of shops, cafes and bars within the Waterloo domestic mainline station.
Left luggage facilities are also available at London Waterloo.
Getting to London Waterloo rail station by Car, Bus, Rail, Metro
Eurostar Waterloo International is adjacent to the mainline Waterloo domestic rail and London Underground stations. There are numerous bus routes that serve Waterloo rail station and direct underground connections from the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo & City lines, please check these details with London Transport. The Waterloo mainline domestic and Waterloo East stations are served by numerous services from Surrey, Kent, Berkshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Devon, Dorset and South Wales. A taxi rank is situated adjacent to the arrivals area at the Eurostar Waterloo International train terminal and there are passenger set-down points outside both the Eurostar International Terminal and mainline station for those travelling by car. Limited short-term parking is also available at the terminal including dedicated parking space for disabled passengers.
Waterloo is also the most accessible of all London departure points, unless you are trying to get there by car. In addition to the existing London Underground (Bakerloo and Northen Lines), the Waterloo and City line, and the new Jubilee line extension, Waterloo is also the busiest station in the UK, being fed from numerous points across southern England. Taking Eurostar from Waterloo is also a reasonable alternative to taking flights to Paris from cities such as Southampton, Bristol or Birmingham, especially as flights to Paris from of all these cities tend to be fairly expensive.
Paris Nord (in France) - Direct EUROSTAR trains travel under the English Channel. The travel time is normally under 3 hours. In addition, one must take into consideration the hour time change (clocks move forward) in going from Great Britain to France. Departures are daily from London WATERLOO station unless noted; many trains leave up to 10 minutes earlier on Sundays. ALL trAVELERS NEED SEAT RESERVATIONS and must b e ready to check in at least 30 minutes before scheduled departure.