Underwater train

Underwater train

Rail Europe - Train Tickets and Times

One of the wonders that shows the technological advance of the last times is the underwater train that allows to unite the cities of Paris and London. This train is operated by the Eurostar railway company, one of the most important in Europe. These large transport are made up of convoys that only allow the transport of travelers crossing the so-called Eurotunnel that joins the United Kingdom and France through the waters of the channel of the spot. This service connects Paris, Lille and the city of Brussels with London.

The underwater train can be taken across the channel being in Great Britain at the Ashford and Ebbsfleet stops in South London. This train goes up to St Pancras International station as well as the Eurostar terminal in London. In this station with great modernity with shops of different recognized brands and the bar with the longest of all the world. So it would be a unique experience to travel on this train taking advantage of the attractions offered by this underwater route.

To know all about the schedule of underwater train you can go to the website of the Eurostar company where you will see the different departure and arrival times for this trip. The main cities associated with the route covered are Paris, Brussels, Lille, Calais and London. Travel services for these cities are available the full week. They have an exit frequency between 06:45 hrs and 21:15 hrs. This route is done in high speed trains in a time of 2 hrs and 20 min.

The price of this underwater train can be found in tickets from 62 euros per way. However, these tickets sometimes have certain restrictions on the exchange or refund. When dealing with offers these only apply at certain times and dates. This trip is quite interesting because it has a unique submarine course in the world. The total route of the tunnel by which the train travels is 50.5km, of which 39km are located due to the water. Start by booking now for this amazing experience of traveling through the waters.

 

Rail Europe - Train Tickets and Times

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