190 Bermondsey Street

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Bermondsey Street, 190, London, SE1 3TQ, United Kingdom
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train from london to paris

by KEH

My daughter and I were planning on taking the eurostar train through the channel tunel in August. When I looked at eurostar.com this is the rate I found. $229 two people or $114 each person(american dollars) per person from London St Pancras to Paris Nord departing August 2009 at 10:00 a.m. This seems a little expensive for a couple hour train trip. Is this an accurate and expected price? Is eurostar.com the best place to order the tickets? Any other advice on purchasing this ticket would be great.
Thanks in advance!

Re: train from london to paris

by temashana

yep, eurostar is a bit expensive. sometimes you can fly but the convenience of arriving in the center of paris on the train has a lot to be said for it.

Re: train from london to paris

by HansDK

One-ways start from USD 98. Book as early as possible (max 120 days in advance). The discounted tickets sell out fast, esp. in the peak (holidays) season.


Re: train from london to paris

by doodybee

did you look at fleixble times/dates - if you can - you may get a cheaper offer that way - but august is "high season" in the UK and France( i think) so everything can double or more in prices to going at other times of the year - evev the "cheap flights" are dearer at this time especially when you book near the date you want to go - its a short season of around 8-10 weeks and advantage is taken - ubfortunately for travellers

Re: train from london to paris

by hawkhead

I don't know what date in August you want to go but if you are prepared to be flexible there are still some good prices to be had. Eg, I did a random search for 10th August and there are quite a few choices of £29.50 one way or £50 return (that's US$47 one way) at various times on that date. It all depends on your dates and if you are prepared to be flexible. I would think that a 10.00am departure is a very popular time.

Re: train from london to paris

by Wannagoplaces

I agree that there will be cheaper prises for that time although it is high season. You mentioned that your daughter is travelling with you. If she is under 25, she qualifies for youth fare, which is also cheaper. Search for your date and for 1 adult and 1 youth ticket.
Hope this helps!
Enjoy your trip!

Re: train from london to paris

by computergiant

We saved a lot of money by booking the train with a hotel stay in Paris. I think it ended up being $175 per person for two round-trip tickets plus hotel accommodations for two nights.

Re: train from london to paris

by cubsur

2hrs 15 minutes for a journey of nearly 300 miles - not too bad. And yes, do check all available options on times and fares as tickets for long distance train travel in most of Europe are 'commercially priced' ie peak time fares can be very expensive but some good deals can be had with advanced booking as has been suggested.

114 dollars = 82 Euros or £71.50 is a price I would be quite happy to pay.

Re: train from london to paris

by Steve51

it can be cheaper to book a return fare

Travel Tips for London

Where to begin is a good...

by sharonuk

Where to begin is a good point. well TRafalgar square is the centre of everything so start there and of course feed the birds.(its also a good place to arrange to meet or if one of you gets lost its the best place to be found ).form there go to of course buckingham palace you never know she might be home .and the pall mall is a lovely walk.we now have a large wheel that takes half of an hour to go round and gives you a great veiw of London so take your camera.the museums are wonderfull as is the tower of london.to be honest i could go on all day so if you need any advice on what to do when yur there drop me a line and ill reply to you all when im away from home i miss my local you can never beat the English pub lol

Chelsea Flower Show

by deeper_blue

The World Famous Chelsea Flower Show takes place in May for 4 days at the Royal Hospital Showground, Chelsea. Closest Tube station is Sloane Square. Tickets are not cheap but you can see many many beautiful gardens, in 2009 a special award was given to this garden (pictured) made completely out of plasticine!

Queen Victoria

by irisbe

Queen Victoria (1819-1901).
She lost her father, Edward, the Duke of Kent, when she was a baby and at the age of 18 she became queen of England. She married her cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. They had four sons and five daughters: Victoria, Bertie, Alice, Alfred, Helena, Louise, Arthur, Leopold, and Beatrice.
Queen Victoria wanted to be kept informed about what was going on in the political world. The Reform Act of 1832 had shifted the legislative authority towards the House of Lords, with executive authority by a cabinet existing out of members of the House of Commons. She had a good cooperation with Lord Melbourne (Prime Minister in the early years of her reign) and England grew as well socially as economically.
Her German husband was not much loved by the English population and it is said that all of Victoria’s decisions had to be approved by Albert first.
When he died, she was so much indulged in self-pity and isolated herself until she got back in the spotlight due to be crowned empress of India in 1876 and the Golden Jubilee of her 50th year reign as Queen of England. "do you recognize that lady?" Azer asked me and I looked from afar towards the angel.
so I said "to me it looks like an angel?"

but no... it was not the golden angel he pointed at, it was the lady underneath the angel: Queen Victoria!

How to get there:

Tube: Green Park, St James Park. Rail: Charing Cross, Victoria. Bus: 2B, 3, 9, 14, 16, 19, 22, 25, 30, 36, 38, 52, 73, 74, 82, 137, 509, 510.

Green Park; St. James's Park; Victoria Station

No directions!

by svillegirl

Please don't bother to ask for directions! My girlfriend and myself tried several times and people just looked at us with a blank stare and said they didn't know.

If you get lost in Minnesota and ask me for directions, I promise to be friendly. If I don't know, I'll help you find out!

Be prepared for a bit of rain

by fishandchips

Bring a good day pack as you will want to have water, camera and any other essential bits close at hand when you walk the London streets. A good idea to have a small central London map with Tube stations. Always bring a shower proof jacket and an umbrella. London is notorius for rain and a bit of early morning mist. I also have a thermal top with me in case it gets a bit cold (doesn't take much extra room in my bag). Ensure that your shoes are well worn in before coming and can cope with cobbled streets. I have a very small digital camera (Pentax Optio 5i which has been used for almost every photo on my site) but take whatever you feel comfortable with.


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