From Lille to London - Eurostar Train Tickets

Lille to London by Eurostar

EurostarEurostar: The Premier High Speed Train connects London and Lille through Channel Tunnel in 1:22 hours centre to centre.

Eurostar crosses the Channel Tunnel and reaches speeds of up to 186 mph. Clients board the train in the center of London and disembark in the center of Lille in 1:22 hours. Eurostar offer 3 Classes of Services: Standard (2nd class), Standard Premier (1st class) and Business Premier.

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Eurostar - Classes of Service

Standard Class (2nd class): A variety of food and drinks available from the on-board bar-buffet. Seamless check-in closes 30 minutes before departure. Aisle seat and window seat next to each other.



Standard Premier Class (1st class): Extra spacious, comfortable seats. Complimentary newspapers and magazines on board. Before 11am, this includes breakfast pastries, yoghurt, juice and tea or coffee to get your day off to a fresh start.Throughout the rest of the day, you can enjoy a choice of two main dishes and dessert with soft drinks, wine or beer, plus tea or coffee. Seamless check-in closes 30 minutes before departure.

Business Premier Class Dedicated fast track check-in closes 10 minutes before departure. Exclusive Business Premier lounge access with complimentary bar and refreshments. Access to free wireless internet in all Business Premier lounges. Extra spacious, comfortable seats. Complimentary newspapers and magazines on board. In the comfort of your seat you'll be served a three course meal, designed with our culinary director, the Michelin - starred chef Raymond Blanc. Taxi booking service.

Eurostar Fares (US$)

Fare Options One Way
1st class
One Way
2nd class
Roundtrip
1st class
Roundtrip
2nd class
Flexi $432.00 $235.00 $556.00 $414.00
Leisure Premier $204.00 $121.00 $364.00 $214.00
Passholder
(Eurail, France, Britrail)
$60.00 $50.00 $120.00 $100.00
Children
(4-11 years old)
$121.00 $65.00 $214.00 $112.00
Currency: US Dollars

Ticketless - How use your etickets:

As soon as your booking have been processed, you will receive a booking confirmation, with all instructions for your retrieve your tickets.
IMPORTANT:
1) In order to board your Eurostar train, you will need a valid photo ID/Passport and your PNR (reservation code)
2) Please double check the train's stations names, trip date/time.

Eurostar Train Tickets - Fares Conditions:
Eurostar train tickets have ticketless (eticket) option and must be booked at least 24 hours in advance. The booking confirmation is sent by email. Include the seat reservations.
a. Flexi Fare: Exchangeable before the printed trip date. Not refundable.
b. Leisure Fare: Promotional fare available to all passengers. Not refundable. Not Exchangeable.
c. Promotional Roundtrip Fare:
Special Fare. Not exchangeable. Not refundable. Not valid for itinerary London/Disneyland Paris.
d. Passholder: Valid for passengers traveling with a validated Eurailpass, BritRail, Eurail Selectpass, Europass, France Railpass, France'n Benelux, France'n Italy, France'n Switzerland, German'n Benelux or Benelux Tourrail Pass.
No Refundable. Exchangeable at train station before departure date. e. Children: children fare are valid for children between 4 and 11 years old. Children under 4 years old travel free. No refundable.
Exchangeable at train station before departure date f) All tickets are subject to confirmation. The tickets have a variable horizon for booking, normally 60 to 120 days within trip date. A booking confirmation will be sent as soon as the booking have been processed.
g) All fares are per person in US Dollars, subject to to change before the booking processing
h) E-tickets: A booking confirmation is sent by email with a specific code (PNR) You should print it or storage in a device and show it when required by train's controller.
i) Handling fee: all bookings are subject to US$ 8 handling fee



Rail Passes & Tickets Options

If you want travel multiple destinatinations, consider a rail pass for multiple destinations or a train ticket add-on:

Useful Information


  • Lille

    Lille Europe station is a railway station in Lille, France, on the LGV Nord High Speed railway. The station is primarily used for high-speed Eurostar, TGV and Thalys services although some (high-speed) regional trains also call at the station. The station was built in 1993 to be used as a through station for trains between the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands, as well as French TGV services, except those coming from Paris which normally terminate at Lille Flandres. Lille Flandres is located at 500m walking distance from Lille Europe, which are also adjacent stops on the Lille Metro.

    For travellers from the United Kingdom to destinations not served directly by Eurostar, connections are available here on trains towards Disneyland Paris, Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Lyon, Valence, then Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, Marseille St. Charles (and also on to Cannes and Nice); and Nîmes, Montpellier and Perpignan.

    • Address: 1, Place François Mitterrand, 59777 Euralille, France

    View location on map: Google map

    Lille Flandres station is the main railway station of Lille, capital of French Flanders. It is a terminus for SNCF Intercity and regional trains. It opened in 1842 as the Gare du Lille, but was renamed in 1993 when Lille Europe station opened. There is a 500m walking distance between the two stations, which are also adjacent stops on one of the lines of the Lille Metro.

    • Address: Place des Buisses, 59000 Lille, France

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    SNCF Assistance
    If you encounter service disruptions or major delays, SNCF Assistance canimprove your travel experience during peak periods. Our volunteer staff are attentive and service-oriented, with an added guarantee of assistance should you need it.

    • In stations: staff members greet you and keep you informed during delays. If problems continue, they provide simple boxed meals.
    • On board trains: the conductor arranges for onboard staff to assist you.

    If your train arrives in Lille after metro and RER lines have shut down for the night, you’ll be transported safely to your home under a special agreement between the city and Lille taxi companies. 

    Acessibility

    Accès Plus, Accès TER and Accès Plus Transilien services provide special assistance to travellers with disabilities or limited mobility. Available in nearly 360 stations throughout the French rail network, in five regions and in 51 stations in the Lille region, these services cost absolutely nothing. To take advantage of them, contact your Accès Plus adviser.

    And then? Relax!

    • On your day of departure, go to the station 30 minutes before your train is scheduled to leave. An SNCF staff member will accompany you to the train, carry your luggage (up to 15 kilos) and get you settled on board.
    • When you reach your destination, an SNCF staff member will meet you and take you to your meeting point in the station. If you’re changing trains, he'll help you board your new train.
    • For travel between Lille, Lyon and Rennes, our Accès Synchro pilot program can assist you from your home to your destination

    To Reserve:

    Call +33 (0) 890 640 650 and press 1 (€0.11/minute incl. tax from a landline, plus any surcharge) or call 36 35 and say “Accès Plus” (€0.34 incl. tax the first minute and €0.11 for each additional minute from a landline, plus any surcharge). From outside France, call +33 892 35 35 35


    Eurostar Assistance
    Eurostar Assistance: call on 08432 186 186, or +44 1233 617 575 if you're currently outside the UK. Available 7 days a week from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturday, Sunday and UK Bank Holidays. If you've already taken your journey and found something didn't go to plan, please email traveller.care@eurostar.com. Include details of what happened and your six-letter booking reference, and our Customer Care team will get on the case.

    When you travel in a wheelchair with Eurostar, we’ll reserve one of our dedicated wheelchair passenger spaces for you, which are in our Standard Premier and Business Premier carriages. You’ll also be able to take a companion with you at a discounted rate.

    We’ll set up a ramp for you and one of our team will help you board the train and get you settled comfortably. It’s a good idea to arrive at the station at least 45 minutes before departure to give you plenty of time, and let a member of our team know you’d like a helping hand.

    If you have restricted mobility and need a little help walking but you’re not confined to a wheelchair, we’ll be happy to arrange assistance for you to get to the platform, on the train and off again at your destination. You don’t have to arrange this in advance. Just ask at Eurostar ticket desk when you arrive at the station – we’ll take care of everything for you.


    THALYS Assistance
    For the greater comfort of disabled passengers Thalys offer some specific advantages: assistance in the station, a personalised welcome on board the train and the hire of specially adapted vehicles with Europcar.

    If you require assistance to board the train, please let us know:

    • In Belgium - Tel. +32 (0)2 528 28 28 every day from 7 am to 9:30 pm or through SNCB Europe's online request form for assistance (free Service). Assistance can be requested as soon as your Thalys journey is reserved and at the latest 24 hours before departure.
    • In Germany - Tel. +49 (0)180 6 512 512 from Monday to Friday, 6 am to 10 pm and Saturdays, 8 am to 2 pm (and at the latest by 8pm the day before departure).
    • In France - Tel. +33 (0) 890 640 650 every day from 7 am to 9:30 pm or through the online request form for assistance (free service). Assistance can be requested as soon as your Thalys journey is reserved and at the latest 48 hours before departure.
    • In the Netherlands - Tel. +31 (0) 30 235 78 22 (at the latest 24 hours before departure).
    • In Great Britain - No pre-booking possible so please arrive at check-in 60 minutes before departure and speak to a member of the staff who will assist you.

  • London

    London St Pancras International Station: The station recently underwent some renovation, making it the  modern world class terminal for Eurostar and domestic rail services it is today. The station is quickly becoming a  destination in itself, providing excellent connections to the rest of London and the UK, as well as Europe's longest champagne bar. The entire area around St. Pancras is currently the focus of a vast regeneration program with new facilities, hotels and attractions being developed. One of the main advantages of the move is that, by using the new high-speed track, journey times between London and the Continent have been  reduced by  20 minutes. And as you know, when you're on vacation, you need to make every minute count!

    • Address: 29-31 Euston Rd, London N1C 4QP, United Kingdom

    View location on map: Google map


    London King's Cross railway station: King's Cross is the southern terminus of the East Coast Main Line, providing high speed inter-city services to Yorkshire, the North East and Scotland. Virgin Trains East Coast is the main inter-city operator with destinations including Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh. Other inter-city operators serving the station include Hull Trains and Grand Central. King's Cross is also a terminus for Great Northern which provides commuter services to North London, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Norfolk. Immediately to the west across Pancras Road is St Pancras International, the London terminus of Eurostar services to continental Europe.

    • Address: 11 Euston Square London NW1 2FB, United Kingdom

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    London Euston railway station: is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line, the busiest intercity passenger route in Britain and the main gateway from London to the West Midlands, the North West, North Wales and parts of Scotland. Virgin Trains provides high-speed intercity services to these regions. Its most important long-distance destinations are Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow. Euston is also the London terminus for London Midland trains providing local commuter and regional services via the WCML from London to Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire as well as long-distance services to the West Midlands county, Staffordshire and Cheshire. Euston is also the terminus for suburban services on the Watford DC Line operated by London Overground.

    • Address: Euston Square London NW1 2FB, United Kingdom

    View location on map: Google map


    London Paddington railway station: Paddington is the London terminus of the Great Western Main Line, operated today by Great Western Railway, which provides the majority of commuter and regional passenger services to west London and the Thames Valley region as well as long-distance intercity services to South West England and South Wales. It is also the terminus for the Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect services to and from London Heathrow Airport.

    • Address: 146 Praed St, London W2, United Kingdom

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    London Victoria station: Victoria is a London terminus for both Southern and Southeastern. Southern provides the majority of commuter/regional services to South London and Sussex as well as parts of East Surrey via the Brighton Main Line. Southeastern provides services in South East London and along the Chatham Main Line to Kent. It is also the terminus for the Gatwick Express service to Gatwick Airport.

    • Address: 14 Terminus Place London SW1V 1JR, United Kingdom

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    London Waterloo station: Waterloo is the Central London terminus for South West Trains providing the majority of commuter/regional services to South West London, Surrey, Hampshire, Dorset and parts of Berkshire. Major destinations served include Wimbledon, Epsom, Dorking, Guildford, Woking, Reading, Basingstoke, Winchester, Southampton, Salisbury, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Weymouth and Exeter.

    • Address: Waterloo Rd, London SE1 8SW, United Kingdom

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    Eurostar Assistance
    Eurostar Assistance: call on 08432 186 186, or +44 1233 617 575 if you're currently outside the UK. Available 7 days a week from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturday, Sunday and UK Bank Holidays. If you've already taken your journey and found something didn't go to plan, please email traveller.care@eurostar.com. Include details of what happened and your six-letter booking reference, and our Customer Care team will get on the case.

    When you travel in a wheelchair with Eurostar, we’ll reserve one of our dedicated wheelchair passenger spaces for you, which are in our Standard Premier and Business Premier carriages. You’ll also be able to take a companion with you at a discounted rate.

    We’ll set up a ramp for you and one of our team will help you board the train and get you settled comfortably. It’s a good idea to arrive at the station at least 45 minutes before departure to give you plenty of time, and let a member of our team know you’d like a helping hand.

    If you have restricted mobility and need a little help walking but you’re not confined to a wheelchair, we’ll be happy to arrange assistance for you to get to the platform, on the train and off again at your destination. You don’t have to arrange this in advance. Just ask at Eurostar ticket desk when you arrive at the station – we’ll take care of everything for you.


    ATOC - National Rail Enquires
    Rail services are now far more accessible than they were in the past and many disabled people are able to use the rail network without assistance.

    We will always do our best to help disabled passengers that need assistance, but if you need help when travelling by rail, it is best to book assistance in advance so that we can ensure that any help you may need is provided.

    In particular, we would recommend that you book assistance if you:

    • Have a mobility or other disability that means you find getting on and off trains difficult;
    • Are a wheelchair user (on most services you will need to use a boarding ramp and, on some services reserve a wheelchair space on the train service you wish to use);
    • Are a mobility scooter user (there are restrictions on different train operators which need to be checked, a boarding ramp will be required and possibly a reservation for the space onboard).
    • Have a sight impairment and need guiding around a station or help boarding and alighting from your train;
    • Have difficulty walking long distances – at some stations we can provide a station wheelchair or, at some larger stations, access to an electric buggy.

    We recommend that you book help 24 hours before you travel. This enables us to: give you as much information as possible before your travel; make alternative arrangements for you if the station is not step free or not staffed at the time you wish to travel; and ensure that there are enough staff for all the assistance requests at a station. Overall, this allows us to provide you with the best possible assistance on the day.

    If you’re not sure and want to talk about how we can help you use rail services successfully please contact one of the following numbers:

    • Within UK 03457 48 49 50 (Open 24 hours every day except Christmas Day).
    • From overseas +44(0)20 7278 5240 (International rates apply).


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