|Avg. Train Duration:|
7 hours 59 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||£164|
|Trains depart from:||London|
|Trains arrive in:||Marseille|
With several services departing London St Pancras to Marseille each day, rail travel is a great option for passengers. Travellers can expect up to nine trains departing on weekdays, with the fastest journeys taking less than 7 hours to complete the 774 mile trip.
Eurostar offer all services from St Pancras Internation to Marseille. On Mondays, Friday and Saturdays, there is one early morning service that travels direct, with all others requiring one change in Paris to a local service provider.
Throughout the week the speediest journey time from London to Marseille is 6 hours 52 minutes, although most journeys take just over 7 hours. Weekend journeys between London and Marseille can take up more than 12 hours and the quickest Saturday journey time is 6 hours 49 minutes.
There are 9 trains on weekdays running from London to Marseille, with services starting very early in the morning. All passengers are required to make one change at Paris Gare du Nord, unless they take the morning direct train only available on Monday, Friday and Saturday. Fewer services operate at weekends, and journey times also tend to be longer. There may only be around five available services on Saturdays, although this number increases on Sundays.
Departure train station: St Pancras International train station is the departure point for all trains between London and Marseille. This railway station is convenient for a variety of national rail services, including ThamesLink, South Eastern Rail and East Midlands Trains. It is an easy stroll from Kings Cross train station to St Pancras. Local transport links include London buses and the London Underground, and the station also has car parking facilities and cycle stores. St Pancras International has a huge number of passenger amenities, including various retail shops, restaurants and bars, baby change facilities, free public WiFi and a photo booth.
Arrival train station: Trains from London to Marseille arrive at Marseille-St-Charles railway station, which is located on Square Narvix in the city centre. Available public transportation from the station includes local buses and the metro service Blue and Orange lines. Amenities at the train station include a tourism office, a variety of cafes and restaurants, and currency exchange services.