Shortest travel time:
2 h 17 m
Longest travel time:
2 h 26 m
Lowest train ticket cost:
$113
Avg. daily departures:
5
Earliest departure:
05:43
Latest departure:
17:13
Paris
Paris train stations
Gare de Lyon
Place Louis-Armand, 75571, Paris, France
Nord
18 Rue de Dunkerque, 75010, Paris , France
Est
Place du 11 Novembre 1918, Rue du 8 Mai 1945, 75010, Paris, France
Montparnasse
17 Boulevard de Vaugirard, 75741, Paris, France
342 km
London
The number of railway stations in London is quite astonishing as the city houses 12 major train hubs! Read all you need to know about the main ones.
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London train stations
Kings Cross
Kings Cross Local authority , London Borough of Camden, United Kingdom
St. Pancras Int
Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London N1C 4QP, UK, London, United Kingdom
Euston
London NW1 2DU, UK, London, United Kingdom
London Bridge Station
20 Stainer St, London SE1 9RL, London, United Kingdom
Paddington
Praed St, Paddington, London, London, United Kingdom
Marylebone
Melcombe Pl, Marylebone, London NW1 6JJ, London, United Kingdom
Victoria
Victoria St, Victoria, London SW1E 5ND, London, United Kingdom

Paris to London Train Information

Taking a high-speed train from Paris to London is one of the smartest ways to get from one unforgettable capital to the other. There are various reasons which make a worry-free train ride a better solution than a plane trip. Take the overall Paris to London train time, for example. A Eurostar train will make the journey in a bit over two hours, a flight will take one hour less. But if we take into account that you have to be at the airport 2 hours prior the departure and will need some time to get to the city center from the airport, it becomes obvious that a train is the most time-saving way to travel from Paris to London. And if we add big panoramic windows and easy check-in procedures to the equation, it becomes clear that taking a train is the most comfortable way to travel between the cities.

What is the best way to get from Paris to London?

As stated above, taking a modern and well-equipped bullet train from Paris to London is the fastest and most comfortable way to travel between the two world capitals.

How long is the train ride from Paris to London?

A modern bullet train will pass the Paris to London distance of 344 km (214 mi) in approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes.

How do I get from Paris to London by train?

Both countries boast very developed railway systems and, unlike the airports, the train stations are located in the city centers, so you won’t need to puzzle over getting there. You need to go to the departure station of Gare du Nord, located in the heart of Paris, there you can board a fast train from Paris to London and find yourself on the St. Pancras Int station in a bit over 2 hours.

Does the train from Paris to London go underwater?

Although you won’t be able to see fish outside the train windows during your journey, a Eurostar train does pass part of the way underwater. Actually, it rushes through one of the most famous tunnels in the world, the English Channel.

How much is a train ticket from Paris to London?

Unfortunately, it’s impossible to say how much does a ride on Paris-to-London train cost without asking some additional questions. The class you decided to travel in, how much in advance you book your tickets, where you buy your tickets, and other factors which affect the price. The price range of the train tickets from Paris to London is usually is between 105 - 200 USD per person (much more for the last-minute offer, so it’s always better to book your tickets in advance).

Paris to London Train Timetable

Train type
Fastest trip
Longest trip
Earliest
Latest
Departures
Morning trains
2 hrs 17 min
2 hrs 26 min
05:43
11:13
3
Afternoon trains
2 hrs 19 min
2 hrs 26 min
15:13
17:13
2

Trains on Paris - London Route

Brand name
Train type
Travel time
Price from
Departures
Rating
Bullet train
2 hrs 17 min
$113
5
9.2 / 10 based on 57 reviews

Paris to London Train Review & Rating

Had a great train ride, time onboard really flew by

Sonia P. about traveling from Paris to London