As demand for travel continues to climb, Eurostar has opened sales for extra trains throughout the holiday season.

From December 12th to January 8th, the Christmas schedule will comprise of nine daily return services between London and Paris on weekdays, five returns between London and Brussels, and two between London and Amsterdam.

Travelers may enjoy a festive treat with a Christmas shopping excursion to Paris or a visit to the famed Christmas markets in Lille and Brussels, with flights starting at £39 one way.

Eurostar continues to experience a rise in demand due to the safe lifting of travel restrictions.

New bookings quadrupled in September compared to the same month last year.

As visitors take advantage of the October half-term holiday, the high-speed train operator will run 15 services on October 22nd, which is expected to be the busiest day of the year.

Travelers may book with confidence knowing all tickets are flexible with no exchange penalty up to seven days before departure, giving them peace of mind if their plans or travel restrictions change.

The high-speed rail operator between the United Kingdom and continental Europe has taken steps to ensure passenger safety, including deep cleaning of trains before each journey and cleaning staff on board to disinfect high-contact areas on a frequent basis.

Onboard and at stations, all passengers must wear a mask; this requirement continues to apply even after check-in at London St Pancras.

– India’s new age travel digital media


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