St Pancras International is set at the heart of Central London with more underground connections than any other London station.
There are four main services from the station – Eurostar, East Midlands Railway, Southeastern and ThamesLink.
Travel direct to the very heart of European cities such as Paris, Brussels, Lille, Lyon, Avignon, Marseille, Rotterdam and Amsterdam with high speed Eurostar services.
For train times and booking information, visit Eurostar’s website.
Checking in is quick and simple, just make sure you have your ticket and passport or ID to hand. For more information on checking in, including what time you should arrive at the station, please visit the Check In section on Eurostar’s website.
Before you travel to Europe, we suggest that you check out the advice around travelling to Europe after Brexit on the Government website.
Please bear in mind that there are security and border checks when travelling out of and into the UK. During peak seasons these can be very busy so be prepared and ensure you have enough time.
Although through security you will find World Duty Free, Pret and a Continental Bar, you may wish to consider giving yourself more time to make use of the shops in the station prior to going through security as you’ll find there’s much more choice.
Southeastern operate Britain's only high speed commuter service using Hitachi Class 395 trains running at speeds of up to 140mph (225kph) to destinations in East London and Kent.
For more information and booking, visit Southeastern’s website.
East Midlands Railway
East Midlands Railway link St. Pancras International to major cities in the Midlands and Northern England with direct services running to Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield and Leeds.
For more information and booking, visit East Midlands Railway’s website.
Thameslink run passenger train services from Bedford and Cambridge through London and down to Brighton. Linking St. Pancras with both Gatwick and Luton airports as well, Thameslink provides key connections both in and out of London.
For the latest rail and service updates, visit National Rail’s website.