|Avg. Train Duration:|
2 hours 6 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||£77|
|Trains depart from:||London|
|Trains arrive in:||Brussels|
Eurostar operates direct trains from London to Brussels with a journey time of approximately 2 hours. Frequent trains depart from London St. Pancras from 6:30 a.m. until around 19:30 p.m. There is a slightly reduced service at weekends.
Which train companies run trains from London to Brussels? Eurostar is the sole train company which provides the service between London St. Pancras and Brussels Midi/Sud.
When are the first and last trains from London to Brussels? The first trains into Brussels arrive at about 6:47 a.m. while the last trains into Brussels are in the early morning.
How long is the train from London to Brussels? The journey time on the Eurostar between London and Brussels take's approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes.
How far in advance to book trains from London to Brussels? The prices tend to increase the closer you are to your departure date. Ideally to get the cheapest train tickets, try to book 90 days in advance.
How much are train tickets from London to Brussels? Prices differ depending on the point of departure. The average cost of the Eurostar train to Brussels from London is around £39.50.
Taking the train from London to Brussels: Eurostar trains connecting the UK with Europe depart from London St. Pancras International Station. King's Cross St. Pancras is served by six London Underground lines, including the Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria. Local buses leave the station on routes across the city and a taxi rank is located on Midland Road, convenient for the Eurostar terminal. London also has a frequent night bus service.
Getting into Brussels by Train: Eurostar trains arrive at Bruxelles-Midi Station, which is conveniently located just five minutes by Metro or tram from the city's historic heart. De Lijn and TEC operate an efficient network of local buses, many of which stop at the station. A frequent night bus service is provided by Noctis on Fridays and Saturdays and there is a taxi rank located at the station entrance.
What to see in Brussels: Brussels is a great mirage of old and new. Visitors can enjoy narrow cobbled streets, as well as Baroque, Gothic and medieval architecture, with the beautiful Grand Palace sitting at its historic center. Brussels is a great place for people watching over drinks in traditional coffeehouses, after visiting one of many museums in the city. The city is widely known for its delicious chocolates and home brewed beers, some of which are still made in traditional ways in Trappist monasteries.