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Eurostar is the premier way to book train travel in Europe. The standard class of seats are even comfortable. Therefore, you can see all the sights in Europe affordably and with less stress by reserving seats on the rail line.
Plus, you can book seats 180 days before you arrive in Europe, so using Eurostar will help you plan a European holiday by train.
By taking Eurostar, you can see all the great European capitals. London, Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam are all the primary Eurostar destinations.
Trains on the Eurostar line travel 7 days a week, except for Christmas, to and from the stations of St. Pancras International (also known as Kings Cross in the UK), Gare du Nord (in Paris), Brussels Midi, and Amsterdam Central.
The train also stops at other major stops, depending on the season, such as Lyon, Marseille, and Marne-la-Valle (the stop of Disneyland Paris).
You do need to have a Passport to travel by train on Eurostar.
You are allowed to bring 2 pieces of luggage and a small hand type luggage, without weight restrictions.
Train travel as well as train and hotel reservations can be booked on the Eurostar website.