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Travel between Paris and London by train

London is famous the world over for both its history and its cultural diversity. Despite the size and population of this cosmopolitan city, London contains lots of green areas that are ideal for family days out. Hyde Park, with its famous Speakers' Corner is one such open space that is a delight as you take a break from your sight-seeing tour of the city.And after your day visiting the National and Tate Galleries, the London Eye and the Shard, to name but a few of the city’s long list of attractions, the extensive choice London offers you for a good night out includes as many traditional pubs and chip shops as trendy bars, clubs and prestigious restaurants.A chance to discover England’s magnificent cities by choosing train travel

Try travelling by train from Paris to London : the journey will take you a little more than 2 hours. Your journey on board will be really relaxing thanks to the bar buffet where you can get something to eat from a variety of meals, snacks and drinks. The train takes you from Gare du Nord station to St. Pancras station. From there, one of the various public transport lines (Hammersmith and City Line, Circle Line, Metropolitan Line, Piccadilly Line and Victoria Line) will help you go wherever you need to. Here you also have access to either one of the bus lines 214, 63, N63, 46 and 45. The station of St. Pancras is at the heart of London.