Great Britain

From Great Britain to international cities

London - Dublin 

In order to travel to Dublin, you'll need to take two trains and a ferry. 

  1. London-Euston - Chester (2hours) 
  2. Chester - Holyhead (1h40)
  3. Holyhead - Dublin (3h15) you can use two ferry lines: Irish Ferries and Stena Line, for which you'll have a 30% discount with your Interrail Pass

London - Paris

You can take the direct Eurostar from London St. Pancras International to Paris Nord Eurostar. In 2h23 you will be in Paris. 

Keep in mind that high-speed trains require seat reservation. We advise reserving in advance. 

London - Brussels

You can take the direct Eurostar from London St. Pancras International to Bruxelles-Midi Eurostar. In 2h07 you will be in Brussels. 

Keep in mind that high-speed trains require  seat  reservations. We advise reserving in advance. 

London - Amsterdam 

You can take the direct Eurostar from London St. Pancras International to Amsterdam Centraal. In 3h55 you will be in Brussels.

Keep in mind that high-speed trains require  seat  reservations. We advise reserving in advance. 

Traveling to Great Britain

In Great Britain, the railway network is run by more than 20 different private companies. You can find them all here

Seat reservation is required for high-speed trains and night train but not for regional trains. 

With some railway companies, you can take your bike with you. Please check before your departure, companies website. 

With an Interrail Pass

Traveling to Great Britain with an Interrail Pass? Make sure to get the most out of your pass and check out the Interrail Pass benefits in Great Britain.

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