For the past two decades, the Eurostar have made our jaunts between the West End and the Parisian Left Bank a total breeze. Creating seamless travel between London St Pancras and Paris Gare Du Nord, the Eurostar, who’s mere 2-hour 15-minute journey is the easiest way to get from the subversive London streets to the Louvre, forms part of the backbone of the special relationship that exists between London and Paris.
Connecting two major fashion cities into one super-fashion-capital, Eurostar has made it almost too easy to be eating a full English at 8am and be walking by the Seine with a croissant by lunch time. With a 2 bag luggage allowance, spacious leg room and plenty of space to unwind, plus the onboard bar buffet Café Métropole, where delicious drinks, snacks and meals are available throughout the journey, the Eurostar is the most relaxing way to travel. And when you get there? Your passport has already been checked at the departure station, so you can step of the train and run wild.