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St Pancras International is one of the greatest Victorian buildings in London. It has become a key destination for Eurostar and high-speed rail in the UK, as well as a fantastic retail and hospitality destination. It has something for everyone...more
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Travelling on East Midlands Trains, London St Pancras is the entry point to the capital. It is impressive, on a grand scale, and unlike some busy railway stations it is a bit of an experience - not just a troll terminus. Good range of shops,...More
We arrived from the north and were overwhelmed by how huge the place is, also, King's Cross is sort of attached, so it's vast. If there's one thing I'd suggest? do NOT hesitate to ask a real person for directions or what to do to...More
This was my very first time of travelling on the Eurostar. The train I couldnt fault. The chaos before we boarded was another thing entirely! I was travelling with my 23 year old daughter for a weekend in Brussels. At St Pancras we scanned our...More
An amazing railway station, both architecturally and with the excellent facilities offered. Clean loos, plenty of cafes and shops and an overall happy vibe. The perfect starting point for a Eurostar journey to Paris!
Historic, but contemporary, a railway terminus but also a destination in its own right, with shops cafes and bars underneath the soaring railway arch, this sets the model for railway termini, with a touch of humour in the artworks.
It is always a joy to...More
Our train service now arrives at St Pancras instead of Kings Cross which is not a problem except that it is a busier station. We found the shops and somewhere to eat easily but trying to find Platform B was more of. Challenge. I know...More
It was a magical moment that I went a train station after almost thirty years. The first time I took the train was from New York to Chicago and after that nothing, until now. It was amazing, lot of people running, trying to catch the...More
The station building is imposing, full of grandeur with the large iron roof stretching as far as you can see. There is a quiet rumble of Eurostar trains, mingled with the voices of crowds arriving and leaving to destinations all over England and beyond. East...More
It’s a bit hard to fathom why TripAdvisor would suggest a review of this train station. If you are here it is to get on a train to take you under the channel. All that happened well. But who cares about anything else?
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I arrived on one of the later trains and took a cab. It seemed several people had cars picking them up on the same side street where some of the cabs stopped too. Suggest you ask your driver to tell you where they want to... More
I arrived on one of the later trains and took a cab. It seemed several people had cars picking them up on the same side street where some of the cabs stopped too. Suggest you ask your driver to tell you where they want to meet you.