With international travel once again become viable in Europe, Eurostar has resumed its daily direct service to Disneyland Paris from London St. Pancras.
The journey takes a super-quick 2 hours and 30 minutes with prices starting at £39 each way for adults. At the moment, Eurostar services will not be calling at Ebbsfleet International or Ashford International. Eurostar tickets are valid on Southeastern High Speed services between these stations and London St. Pancras.
To celebrate this re-launch of the service, the teams at Disneyland Paris and Eurostar have created an advert featuring a plush Donald Duck. The advert also highlights safety features on board Eurostar and Disneyland Paris.
Eurostar Press Release
Eurostar said the following of the resumption of services:
Travellers can arrive at the gates of Disneyland Paris just over two and a half hours after leaving the centre of London, with a fast, comfortable and family-friendly Eurostar journey.
Fares start at just £39 each way for adults and £31 for children, and all bookings with Eurostar until 31st December are now available to exchange with no fee, up to 14 days before departure.
With seamless city-centre to city-centre travel, a quick and convenient check-in and a generous baggage allowance with no weight restrictions, Eurostar is the most sustainable choice for short-haul European travel.
Additional hygiene measures
Eurostar has introduced new hygiene measures onboard and in stations, to provide customers with a comfortable and safe experience. A new seat map ensures travellers are seated in compliance with physical distancing guidelines from Government and health authorities. Trains are deep cleaned before every journey, and cleaning teams are onboard to regularly disinfect high contact areas. All travellers must wear a mask on board and in stations, in line with government regulations.
The Eurostar remains one of the best options to use when travelling to Disneyland Paris, it is good to see the direct line once again reopening so that travellers can avoid central Paris or airports.