Train London → BrusselsFrom € 56
- Departure station : London st-pancras (Pancras Road NW1 2QP London)
- Arrival station : Bruxelles midi (47 B, Avenue Fonsny 1060 Bruxelles)
travellers in 2015
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Main stations in London and Brussels
London St Pancras International Train Station
Address: Pancras Road NW1 2QP LondonOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 5:30am to 10pm
Saturday: 5:30am to 8pm
Sunday: 6:30am to 8:30pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (Eurostar, Southeastern), Regional trains, East Midlands Trains
Customer help points, Car parking, Self-service machine, Lost and found, Tourist Office, British Transport Police, CCTV, Toilets, Luggage storage, ATM and Phone cabins.
Brussels Midi Train Station
Address: 47 B, Avenue Fonsny 1060 BruxellesOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 12am to 11:59pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12am to 11:59pm
Trains operating in and from this station:
Intercity trains, Thalys, ICE and Eurostar
Rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in London and Brussels
Your travel by train from London to Brussels
The journey between London and Brussels is fast and simple with Eurostar. The high speed trains take passengers between the two capitals in less than 2 hours. Cabins are spacious with comfortable reclining chairs there are three classes of service. Business Premier and Standard Premier Passengers will enjoy delicious in-seat meals, while Standard passengers have a great choice from the buffet car.
London King’s Cross St Pancras in the centre of the city is well connected with public transport like the Underground and other overland train services. The Eurostar heads out of the capital to Ebbsfleet and Ashford before travelling to the continent. Brussels Midi/Zuid station has great access for onward travel and is just five minutes from the centre of this important European city. There are easy connections to international trains and the airport as well as public transport in and around the city.
Travelling between London and Brussels is an easy journey with a point to point ticket. For further travel around Belgium and the rest of Europe look at the Eurail rail passes. Travellers can see up to five bordering countries with the Eurail Select Pass or choose from regional or single country passes.
Visit Brussels and discover other popular train journeys
Brussels is the capital of the European Commission and a bustling business city but leisure travellers will not be disappointed. The Grand Place is one of the most stunning city squares in Europe with its surrounding buildings displaying breath-taking architecture. Brussels is home to Tintin and moules frites and visitors enjoy sampling the strong Leffe beer. A popular sight is the Atomium structure for a different view of the city.
From Brussels Midi/Zuid travellers take the Thalys, high speed trains which connect Belgium to Germany and The Netherlands. Or explore more of Belgium including the picturesque Bruges and Ghent.
Reviews & ratings London - Brussels
I think the Euro star should be quite new and comfort. But the seat, and inside of train, is old. It's gives bad impression. And it becomes slow after land on England, at last, it's delay on arrival.
Lovely trip - much better than flying. Comfortable, no airport hassle, easier to get to and from train station than airport, pleasant knowledgeable helpful staff.
the train leave at time and it was clean. nothing special.
Again, travelling the rail in First Class is the way to go. Roomy seating, great food, pure comfort.
The train it is very confortable. The landscapes enchanted. It's exciting travel for 50 km in a tunnel under surface of the sea. Visit Bruxelles for one day it's possible and enjoy.
Eurostar was organised , fast
This is very convenience, we can reach Brussels Midi with no effort just hop on the eurostar and it is quite comfy. It could be better if there is wifi in the train.
Waiting area in Brussels Zuid has service desk with helpful people. Some confusion on customs-related paperwork you must fill out before going thru X-ray security. Unclear that must fill out one for each family member, including children. After getting to X-ray we had to get out of line to return to paperwork desk to fill out additional forms. Then get in end of line. How about a clear sign 'one form for EACH family member'? Also, booking...., we had heard free/included transport from 'any Belgian Station' but when tried it booking online it either raised price or there was not info about this option. Train itself, comfortable and on time. Friendly staff. Breakfast was a croissant.
The train were comfortable and clean, except for one of the toilets that was out of order. The food was fresh and drinks cold. And the train was on schedule. I will certainly make use of your service again.
Great trip - very comfortable We booked with RailEurope and was able to print out the tickets that were sent to me via email easily. Only problem was our train from London to Bruxelles arrived late.
Because was our first experience by European train, we consider was a good trip. Maybe the travelers like us need more assistance.
Very convenient, fast and most definitely comfortable. Seats with plenty leg room and clean. The service and items offered at the Bar/Cafeteria good and appropriate fro the duration of the trip. I was very pleased, thank you. I will definitely recommend it.
I have always loved traveling with train it is so convenient in europe and time saving. I'm planning to visit Venice, Vienna,
Eurostar service between Bruxelles and London is amazingly fast, quiet and comfortable. IT's the fastest two hour train trip I've ever taken. Plus the seating was incredibly comfortable and there were late afternoon snacks and drinks available on our carriage. I don't know why anyone would fly when the train is so convenient. Plus there are convenient connections to so many other cities.