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Trains to Londres

The English capital is a cosmopolitan city and a major commercial centre. Those who like its style return to London time and time again, for there is always something new in a city which makes space for culture, sport and shopping. England excels at all three.

London rightly claims a place in the premier league of "world cities" and you'll find a superb range of galleries and museums - and, amazingly, entrance to many of the latter is free. But not everywhere in London plays the global card. Head out of the centre to places like Hampstead, Greenwich and Chelsea to discover communities with a very "local" feel. Similarly, the lovely Thamesside walks at Chiswick or Richmond evoke a very different England, where it's hard to credit that one is merely a few kilometres from the busy heart of London life.

Londoners have been taking the train for over 180 years, and railways have shaped the modern metropolis. No other European city can boast a dozen main-line termini with such a striking variety of styles. Among London’s finest are Paddington, Marylebone and St Pancras.

St Pancras International is the London station from which Eurostar trains depart for Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and, in summer, also for the Rhône Valley and Provence. In the winter sports season, there are even direct trains from St Pancras to the French Alps.

If you are planning journeys within Britain, check carefully from which of the London stations your train departs. It can be complicated. The direct daytime trains to the Scottish Highlands, for example, leave from King's Cross station while the overnight services to Scotland all leave from Euston.

London has enough famous sights to fill a lifetime. But, if you are keen to understand England and the English, it’s important to explore beyond the city. There is some great countryside within easy reach of the capital, among them the Weald, the Cotswolds, Chilterns and the Thames Valley. An excellent network of local and regional trains make these areas easy to reach. We can sell tickets for almost any journey within Great Britain on our website and app.

Travel to London by train from anywhere in the UK or across Europe.

De Paris a Londres en tren

from 64,28 $

Avg 0 change 2hr 17m

De Brussels a Londres en tren

from 64,28 $

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De Lille a Londres en tren

from 64,28 $

Avg 0 change 1hr 21m

De Amsterdam a Londres en tren

from 101,02 $

Avg 1 change 4hr 23m

De Barcelona a Londres en tren

from 144,97 $

Avg 1 change 10hr 7m

De Leeds a Londres en tren

from 24,27 $

Avg 0 change 1hr 59m

De Crewe a Londres en tren

from 11,81 $

Avg 0 change 1hr 33m

De Newcastle upon Tyne a Londres en tren

from 27,29 $

Avg 0 change 2hr 35m

De Doncaster a Londres en tren

from 15,74 $

Avg 0 change 1hr 29m

De Norwich a Londres en tren

from 13,12 $

Avg 0 change 1hr 30m

De Leicester a Londres en tren

from 16,14 $

Avg 0 change 1hr 5m

De Coventry a Londres en tren

from 9,18 $

Avg 0 change 58m

De Peterborough a Londres en tren

from 17,06 $

Avg 0 change 47m

De Northampton a Londres en tren

from 12,46 $

Avg 0 change 46m

De Ipswich a Londres en tren

from 13,12 $

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Pasajeros jóvenes y niños

La definición de "niño" y "joven" varía según el país y el operador. Por ese motivo preguntamos la edad de los pasajeros jóvenes.

En ocasiones, los niños menores de cierta edad pueden viajar gratis sin asiento. Si quieres garantizar un asiento para los pasajeros niños, escribe '6' como la edad del niño.

Más información sobre los pasajeros jóvenes y niños. Descubre también los descuentos y los pases de tren para jóvenes.