In response to increased passenger demand, Eurostar is adding more trains between the UK and the continent.
The developments follow the removal of quarantine restrictions for fully vaccinated travellers from France to the UK, as well as the relaxation of travel restrictions to Belgium and the Netherlands.
Eurostar has doubled the number of bookings in August, and has introduced 39 more trains for travel between the UK and Europe this month alone.
The busiest t travel days are August 27-30, with Paris being the most popular destination from the UK as visitors take advantage of a summer on the Seine.
Since the UK government eased travel restrictions in August, the high-speed rail operator has seen a gradual return of the weekend break, with weekend trips between London and Paris up 105 percent in August and September compared to the same period last year, and 83 percent of bookings attributed to leisure travel or visiting friends and family.
From September 6th to November 1st, there will be eight daily return services, with five in each direction on the London to Paris route and three in each direction between London and Brussels, with one in each direction extended to Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
Travellers can book with confidence knowing that all tickets are flexible with no exchange fee up to seven days before departure, offering peace of mind should travel restrictions or plans change.
Travelers may book with confidence, knowing that all tickets are flexible with no exchange cost up to seven days before departure, providing peace of mind in the event that their travel plans or constraints change.
On board and at stations, all passengers must wear a mask; this requirement persists after check-in at London St Pancras.
– India’s new age travel digital media