Now the world is waking up again we’re getting back in touch with the things we’ve missed so much. Goodbye takeouts. Hello eating out. It’s time for those long-overdue catch-ups, socially distanced shopping with your sis, old colleagues and new adventures.

It’s been a rubbish year, so give yourself something to smile about. You can eat, shop and travel safe at St. Pancras. 

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St. Pancras is open and ready to welcome you back, so you can eat, shop and travel with confidence, and reunite reassured. 

The health and wellbeing of our visitors and staff within the station is our top priority. That’s why we’ve made our station safer with measures in line with the Government’s COVID-19 guidelines. So all you need to worry about is what you're going to eat for dinner and where to go next.

You can eat, shop and travel safe at St. Pancras.

Learn more about the station's safety measures here.

New In-store Experiences

On top of the safety measures advised by the government, you may notice some of our shops doing things a little differently; from contactless ordering and click & collect, to in-store 1-2-1 personal shopping and virtual consultations.

Our shops and foodie outlets are working hard to create a safe and memorable experience for you as they welcome you back to store.

Find out what some of our stores are doing differently.

Cycle the sights

If you’re looking for an alternative way to get around the city, cycling is a great way to see the sights and get your legs working.

There’s lots of cycling routes and lanes from St. Pancras, so make use of our free bike parking spots or bookable bike hire from outside the station.

Here's more on bike parking and bike hire.

Stroll the city

As we go about our daily lives sometimes we may need to take a moment to appreciate what's around us. Going for a stroll is a great way to really find out about an area, King's Cross has been a place of vast redevelopment and changes in recent years and there's plenty of local walks to discover the old and new King's Cross.

If you previously commuted regularly to the area before lockdown and now looking to get back into the office, finding a few alternative routes is a great way to change things up a bit and make sure you don't fall into the same old commuting rut.

Here's a few local walks we recommend.

Take a seaside mini-trip

For most of us our 2020 holiday plans have been put on hold. That said, we don't have to travel to far flung destinations to enjoy some R&R, that's why we've put together a few mini-trip ideas that's just a train ride away.

Summer's not over yet! Take the train down to one of these seaside spots before autumn draws in.