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St Pancras International

London, England
4.4 / 16
A railway junction in central London. It was built by the architect W. Henry in the 19th century. The station building is a typical example of the neo-Gothic style characteristic of the Victorian era. Trains from continental Europe and neighboring counties arrive here. The single red-brick architectural ensemble, together with the station, makes up the five-star Renaissance Hotel.
St Pancras International
Address:Euston Road, London
Phone:+44 20 7843 7688
Hours:monday: Open 24 hours tuesday: Open 24 hours wednesday: Open 24 hours thursday: Open 24 hours friday: Open 24 hours saturday: Open 24 hours sunday: Open 24 hours

Alexander Croft

Its a very busy London terminus and full of beautiful history and details. I have only travelled with East Midlands trains and now East Midlands Railw.. Read more »

Eurolex Trains

Is a Really a good station with Lots of Facilities and Shops. King’s Cross And Euston aren’t Too far and Connection to Other train stations nearby is .. Read more »

Simone Brown

One of my favourite stations, beautiful architecture, a good selection of retail stores, cafes and restaurants across two levels (the restaurants coul.. Read more »

Zefano Valery Lomarga

May 2018 Lovely building inside and outside... its busy station. You may spend one full day to see around.

The Travel Reviews

One of the international train stations in the UK which situated right in the middle of London close to King’s Cross Station. The best part of the sta.. Read more »

John McKinney

I travelled to this station with my family from Paris for a few days stay in London. It was easy and quick to exit and very enjoyable while we were th.. Read more »

Mad House

Really nice place, Lots of history here, Lots of places to take some nice photo's. Love the look of the front of the building, keeping to it old perio.. Read more »

Sarvat Shaikh

Great... Good management.. everything is so good you wont need any ones help. Specially for the tourists. Huge Attraction.

The Travel Reviews

One of the international train stations in the UK which situated right in the middle of London close to King’s Cross Station. The best part of the sta.. Read more »

Luke Telfer

The best looking station in London, the architecture is beautiful and historical just what you would imagine londong would of looked like a 100 years .. Read more »

Lyvia Sylvestre

This international railway is well connected for train, tube and airport! It could be useful to have some direction posters at the main entrances to e.. Read more »

Mayooraprian Kalamohan

We used Eurostar here.Perfect control and runs smoothly most of the time. Has a good connection to the underground and HS1 (i.e Southeastern High Spee.. Read more »

J. C.

Nice and important place of London Transport. - Unfortunately don't have a good information points. This place and area are visited for many internati.. Read more »

Giles Bearder

Really quiet at present.

Adriaan Eyer

Clean and Friendly staff

Elena Scritta

Our train was cancelled by Eurostar at the beginning of july. They promised an e-voucher in 28 days but we are still waiting for it more than 2 months.. Read more »

stick man

Easy security, smooth trip, customer service always top class. Note: for those with a ticket to 'any Belgian station' are being misled if travelling .. Read more »

Jacob Gur

Tradimodern London train station

Michael Pozzi

I love this station it's old architecture outside and very modern international station inside. Even with the covid-19 restrictions it's a good place .. Read more »

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