St Pancras Station
St Pancras railway station, also known as St Pancras International Station, is located between the British Library and King's Cross Station. As the terminal of the Eurostar in the UK, the station has built a new safety seal for the Eurostar train. The train departs from St Pancras Station and passes through the British Channel Tunnel on the No. 1 high-speed railway in the south of the UK, reaching the European continent. The city rail transit service for the station and the adjacent King’s Cross station is the King’s Cross St Pancras station on the London Underground. The Eurostar trains run mainly between London, Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and other cities. St Pancras Station is the terminus of the East Midlands Railway, which leads to Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield, and some small cities in the middle.
- First class lounge
- bus station
- Car rental
- Service Desk
- Luggage storage
- subway station
- Taxi stand
- Accessible Channel
- East Midlands Railway (Midland Main Line)
Towards East Midlands and Yorkshire. The stops include Luton, Bedford, Wellingborough, Kettering, Hubble, Leicester, Loughborough, Nottingham, Derby, Chesterfield and Sheffield.
- First Capital Connect, FCC (Thameslink)
Head to Bedford Station to the north, Luton Station, St Albans City Station, or Wimbledon Station to the south, East Croydon Station and Brighton Station, as well as to London Gatwick Airport and London Luton Airport de direct train.
- Southeast Railway Company (First High Speed Rail and Kent Coast)
37 minutes to go to Ashford. High-speed rail service will run to Strood, Chatham, Gravesend, Margate, Ramsgate, Dover, Folkestone , Ashford, Ebbsfleet and other destinations in Kent.
There are usually 17 pairs of trains to and from Gare du Nord, 10 pairs of trains to and from Brussels South Station, and 1 pair of trains dedicated to and from Disneyland Paris. Trains to Paris will be added on weekends (Friday to Sunday), but trains to Brussels will be reduced. Tourist trains will also be added on weekends - in the winter to the Alps and in the summer to Avignon. [
The train passes through four medium-duty stations - Ebbsfield International Station, Ashford International Station, Gareph and Dan Station, and Lille Europe Station.
Trains that do not stop at these stations will arrive in Paris at 2:15 and arrive in Brussels around 1:50. Trains stopping at these stations will take 5 to 10 minutes, depending on how many trains stop.
Entry and exit
Security check + border check to set aside the rich time ahead of the station, preferably about 90 minutes before the train departs to the train station.
The Eurostar travels to the European continent to cross the Channel Tunnel and cross the border between the UK and the Schengen area. Passengers are required to have passports and security checks.
Tip: If the passenger is not an EU citizen, you must fill in the immigration card when entering the UK and France, and remember to bring a valid passport.