|Avg. Train Duration:|
3 hours 28 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||£102|
|Trains depart from:||London|
|Trains arrive in:||Lille|
Eurostar trains depart London for Lille up to eight times a day, and with direct journey times of just 1.5 hours travelling between the two cities is quick and easy. The first train departs early in the morning with services continuing until around 7:30 p.m. A similar timetable operates seven days a week. Departures are from London St Pancras International with trains arriving at Lille Station.
Eurostar is a European-owned high-speed passenger service that links London with several continental stations including Lille. Trains travel via the Channel Tunnel reaching speeds of up to 186 mph. Tickets are available in three classes - Standard, Standard Premier and First Class. All classes have spacious carpeted carriages with luggage space, power sockets and individual lights while newer rolling stock also has wifi access. All Eurostar trains have cafe-bars.
All trains to Lille from London take approximately 1.5 hours to make the journey.
There are up to eight departures to Lille from London St Pancras International every day of the week. The first departure on Mondays to Saturdays is at around 7:00 a.m. with a slightly later first departure on Sundays. Departures are spread throughout the day allowing passengers to choose a time that suits their needs.
Departure station:Trains travelling to Lille from London depart from London St Pancras International Station. This is centrally located in London and easily reached by regional trains, underground services, local buses and taxis. The station has car parking, wifi access, ATMs, currency exchange, left luggage facilities and a wide choice of high-end shops as well as cafes and restaurants including a champagne bar.
Arrival station:All trains from London to Lille arrive at Lille Station in northern France. As well as being a city break destination in itself, Lille is also a busy hub for onward train journeys to France and Belgium. Station facilities include a taxi rank, car parking, a left luggage office, shops, cafes and restaurants including an Irish pub.