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One the most modern high speed trains in Europe, the Eurostar is the perfect way to get to England. The Eurostar Paris to London takes just 2h15 minutes to arrive at the Eurostar train station in London.
Eurostar to the evergreen London One the most modern high speed trains in Europe, the Eurostar is the perfect way to get to England. The Eurostar Paris to London takes just 2h15 minutes to arrive at the Eurostar train station in London – London St Pancras International. The train station is ideally located near famous landmarks like Regent’s Park, Oxford street, Piccadilly circus and Leicester square. As for London, the city is considered as the trendiest city in the world. Thanks to the Eurostar deals, the city is more than ever on the top of the list of destinations for tourists visiting Europe. In terms of fashion and art, London is always on the front of the stage. The cosmopolitan atmosphere, the numerous bars and pubs, the royal monuments, are the key to its success. The London Euston underground is at walking distance from London St Pancras International train station. The tube from there goes to Oxford Circus underground station, from where visitors can reach Oxford Street. It is a famous street in central London. About 2.5 km long, it is bordered by 300 stores, making it the longest shopping street in the world. The Regent's Park, one of the Royal Parks of London, is located about 1.5 km away from Eurostar’s train station. It is home to Regent's College and the London Zoo on its northern side. To the north of the Regent’s Part is Primrose Hill, a park with fine views of Westminster and the City. Thanks to the tube from London Kings Cross underground station, not far from Eurostar’s train station – London St Pancras International – visitors can get off at Leicester Square underground. Leicester Square the centre of London's cinema industry. Indeed the square is a prime location for world leading film premières. Locals and tourists often flock to Leicester Square particularly on Friday and Saturday evenings to party in one of the several nightclubs. Less than 500 metres away is Piccadilly Circus, a busy meeting place and a tourist attraction in its own right. The Piccadilly Circus is known throughout the world for huge electronic display mounted on the boutiques and for its statue of an archer popularly known as Eros. A trip to London is incomplete without a visit of other world famous attractions – Big Ben, the London Eye, the Buckingham Palace and the Tower Bridge. Eurostar train tickets from Paris to London are available on all Rail Europe websites. Contact: Charles Daumas 56 rue de londres 75008 Paris Tél: 0158221515 Fax: 0158221520 email@example.com http://www.raileurope-world.com/rail-products/train-tickets/article/eurostar
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