Book your Eurostar ski train ticket online. Whether you’re planning on travelling to Paris, Brussels, Lille or one of the many ski resorts in the Alps, you can buy your Eurostar ticket below.
Many of the direct Eurostar ski train tickets are already sold out for the forthcoming ski season, so it’s worth checking both the Eurostar site and Voyages SNCF for the best and most affordable way to get to your ski resort.
Taking the Eurostar from London is one of easiest ways to travel to the ski resorts in France. Make your reservation online, take your seat and relax. The quickest journey between London’s St Pancras International station and Paris Gare du Nord is now 2hrs 15 mins. Grab a bacon roll for breakfast, take the 7:30am train and arrive in Paris at 10:56am, drop the bags off, then head for lunch. Perfect. So whether you’re planning on booking a Eurostar ski train ticket for business or pleasure, you can be assured you won’t go hungry.
Eurostar operates 14 daily services to Paris, allowing you to book a Eurostar ski train ticket that suits your schedule.
Buy a Eurostar Ski Train Ticket
To book your Eurostar ticket, select your starting point and destination in the box below and click ‘Search. This will take you through to the official Voyages-sncf site where you can complete your ticket booking.
For a list of destinations beyond Paris, including all the major French ski resorts, please refer to the Snow Train Destinations page.
Average Journey Times
The journey durations below are based on journeys from the all new St. Pancras International station, next to Kings Cross in London. Please subtract around 30 – 35 minutes for Eurostar journeys leaving from Ashford, and around 10 – 15 minutes for journeys departing from Ebbsfleet International.
|From||New Average Journey Duration|
|London – Paris||2 hours 20 mins|
|London – Brussels||1 hours 55 mins|
|London – Lille||1 hour 25 mins|
|London – Disneyland||2 hours 35 mins|
|London – Calais||1 hour 00 mins|
|London – Avignon||6 hours 15 mins|
Europe’s Longest Champagne Bar
As of 14th November 2007, St. Pancras International station will invite passengers to the world’s longest champagne bar. At 100 yards long, passengers can quency their thirst before or after a Eurostar journey. More information about the bar can be seen in our news section.
Take advantage of the faster Eurostar and book your Eurostar tickets online today.