PARIS - LONDON | EUROSTAR trainTIMETABLE:
Several daily connections: http://www.raildude.com/en/train-connec ... kingdom/70
There is a special passholder fare
for travellers owning a valid InterRail ticket.
The passholder fare is non-refundable
but is exchangeable once before the departure of either leg, subject to seat availability at the time of request.Passholder fare:SINGLE one way: EUR 65 / £57,50 for a singleRETURN: EUR 130 / £100Where to buy:1)
You can not buy the ticket to the special InterRail fare online. Often there a special price tickets available beside the Interrail reservation (and much cheaper!): http://eurostar.raildude.com
Or directly at the Eurostar website.2)
At a Eurostar Terminal3)
At the contact centre on 08705 186 186
(in the UK only) or +44 1233 617 575
(international calls).The ticket to the special passholder fare can not be purchased online!!!All tickets are sold subject to availability.
All tickets purchased over the phone are subject to a £5 booking fee.
As long as you are in possession of your pass on the day of travel, it is not necessary to validate it first. CHEAPER normal tickets (update by SiDUDe)
If you can book in advance you can usually find much cheaper advanced normal tickets, sometimes as low as half the pass holder price for a return, although you have to commit to specific trains on specific dayshttp://eurostar.raildude.com Avoid the EUROSTAR - use a ferry:FRANCE (Calais) - UK (Dover)
: paris-london-ferry-calais-dover-t1442.htmlNETHERLANDS (Hoek van Holland) - UK (Harwich)
: ferry-netherlands-england-t1659.htmlDue to the unclear situation of the ferry prices, think about using a bus (also overnight)
: http://www.raildude.com/en/train-connec ... kingdom/70IMPORTANT UPDATE: http://www.raildude.com/en/train-connec ... kingdom/70Update: Sep 2013