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From 68 UK towns and cities to continental Europe

01/15/2008 AT 13:07

Eurostar.com is linked with the ticketing systems of seven UK train operators including Virgin Trains, First Capital Connect, National Express East Coast, East Midlands Trains, Chiltern Railways, Hull Trains and London Midland, making international rail journeys to mainland Europe easier and more seamless.

Travellers in cities such as Leeds, Leicester, Cambridge, York and Birmingham can now simply go to eurostar.com and book one fare valid for the entire journey from their local mainline station to their continental destination. They then collect their tickets from the self-service ticket machines at the station just before starting their journeys.

Travellers can also start their bookings on First Capital Connect and East Midlands Trains websites, from where they will be directed to eurostar.com.

Standard class, return fares to Paris, Brussels and Disneyland Resort Paris start from just 67. There are up to 17 connecting rail services a day to Paris and up to 10 a day to Brussels.

Through-fares also include travel on London Underground for those passengers needing to transfer from Euston and Marylebone stations to St Pancras International.

If travellers miss a train due to a late-running connecting service, they will be able to travel on the next available Eurostar or domestic train at no extra cost.

Through-fares are available up to 84 days in advance in line with the standard booking horizon of UK train operators. Travellers without website access can also purchase tickets via Eurostar's Contact Centre on 08705 186 186.

Eurostar and UK train operators will extend the range of through-fares to the stations of more British cities in mid-to-late 2008, as well as extending sales to more websites. They will also launch through-fares from continental towns and cities for business travellers and holidaymakers heading inbound to destinations across Britain.

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