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St. Pancras International Station
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Budget Independent Rail Tour to Paris by Eurostar
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$253.56*
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Paris Rail Day Trip from London
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Luxury Paris Day Trip with Champagne Lunch on the Eiffel Tower
Ranked #78 of 1,674 things to do in London
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: St Pancras International is one of the greatest Victorian buildings in London. It has become a key destination for Eurostar and high-speed rail in the UK, as well as a fantastic retail and hospitality destination. It has something for everyone - from the amazing Terrace Wires public arts installation to cornerstone and prestige retail outlets such as Fortnum & Mason and John Lewis.
Reviewed February 25, 2013

The station is beautiful and the connection to the new King's Cross lovely - look forward to the new frontage there too. If you get the chance then walk through the hotel, the grand staircase and bar nearest the road are truly beautiful examples of Victorian confidence and splendour ...

Thank TonksMeow
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Reviewed February 20, 2013

Went there to take the Eurostar train to France and was amazed by the place. Very beautiful and well organized.

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Reviewed February 17, 2013

If you have a little spare time do visit this amazing station. What a gift to the nation. Now the gateway to Europe. What an impression for visitors travelling into the station from Europe.

Thank Twinklepaisley
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Reviewed February 15, 2013

A beautful building. The inside of it is a main railway station and the UK end of the Eurostar.
When you get off the train from France you can only but be blown away by the beauty of the building. Much nice than the Paris and Brussels termini.
Also unlike the other stations, you don't have groups of hooligans kicking about as there are uniformed police everywhere.
The shops are nice, but expensive and clearly geared up to extorting every penny they can from you. Even WH Smith charged a premium on everything.
As a sight it is lovely and worth taking in.

Thank JudgeGledd
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Reviewed February 15, 2013

This station is the new gateway to Europe, taking over from the previously purposly built Waterloo Intl. station in South London. It is one of the countries Victorian 'gifts' to the Railway industry and when constructed had the largest single span roof in the world. You can visit this 'location' without wanting to travel to Eurpoe or to any of the other locations available by train because it is a landmark in its own right with lots of shopping facilities and eateries contained whthin its walls. Try out the shampaign bar if you feel like pushing the boat out a little. All of the romance of 1940's train travel is captured here...

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