LONDON ST. PANCRAS INTERNATIONAL TRAIN STATION

London's beautiful and historic St. Pancras Station was built in 1868. The station recently underwent some renovation, making it the modern world class terminal for Eurostar and domestic rail services it is today. Since 2007 it has operated using the name `St. Pancras International`. The station is quickly becoming a destination in itself, providing excellent connections to the rest of London and the UK, as well as Europe's longest champagne bar. The entire area around St. Pancras is currently the focus of a vast regeneration program with new facilities, hotels and attractions being developed. One of the main advantages of the move is that, by using the new high-speed track, journey times between London and the Continent have been reduced by 20 minutes. And as you know, when you're on vacation, you need to make every minute count!

Address: Pancras Road, Greater London NW1 2QP
View location on map: Google map

Transportation from the London St. Pancras International Train Station:

To the Gatwick airport:
Underground: Victoria line to London Victoria Station
Gatwick Express

To the Heathrow airport:
Underground: Circle line to London Paddington Station
Heathrow Express

To other railway stations from the London St. Pancras International Train Station:
Located across the street from King's Cross Station and Euston Station, just a short distance to the west

#30 Marble Arch
#59 Streatham Hill, Telford Avenue
#73 Euston
#91 Trafalgar Square
#205 Paddington
#390 Victoria
#476 Euston
N73 Euston
N91 Trafalgar Square
N205 Paddington

Underground:
Victoria-Blue line
Northern Line
Piccadilly
Hammersmith City Line
Circle Line
Metropolitan

Trains using this station:

Eurostar
East Midlands Trains

Communications:

Telephone access:
Telephone stands
Location: main concourse

Codes
International Code: 011
Country Code: 44
City Code: (0) 20

Services:

Accessibility:
Fully wheelchair accessible with wheelchairs available for mobility assistance.
Station staff available to assist during opening hours.
Tactile strips are positioned along the edges of all platforms for the visually impaired.
For the hard of hearing, there are audio induction loops at all ticket offices.

Tourist Office:
Located in the western ticket hall of King`s Cross St Pancras tube station and NOT St. Pancras International station.
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day of the week and bank holidays.
Location: concourse

Baggage Consignment:
Excess Baggage Company
Hours: Monday to Saturday, 6:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday, 7am - 10pm
Location: On the lower level, next to Boots in The Circle near station reception and bathrooms

Lost and Found:
Hours: Monday - Saturday, 7:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday 9:15am - 8:45pm
Location: Ground floor

Restrooms:
Rate: All free and all have wheelchair-accessible toilets.
Location: Opposite Eurostar arrivals, The Circle, international departures lounge, and Platforms A and B, beyond the ticket barrier.

Currency Exchange:
International Currency Exchange, one near Eurostar arrivals and one in Eurostar departures.
Hours: 4 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. every day of the week

Places to eat in or near the station:
Upper level near platforms (Searcys Champagne Bar, The Betjeman Arms, MI + ME, Carluccio`s). Lower level at The Circle (Prime Burger, The Barrel Vault, Sourced Market, Starbucks). Lower level at The Arcade near Eurostar Departures (Joe & The Juice, Benugo). Lower level at The Arcade near Eurostar Arrivals (Marks and Spencer Simply Food, Fortnum & Mason, PAUL, Le Pain Quotidien).