Eurostar Brussels map
Map of Brussels eurostar. Eurostar Brussels map (Belgium) to print. Eurostar Brussels map (Belgium) to download. Eurostar is a high-speed railway service connecting London with Paris and Brussels as its shown in eurostar Brussels map. All eurostar trains traverse the Channel Tunnel between England and France, owned and operated separately by Eurotunnel. The London terminal is St Pancras International, with calling points at Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International in Kent. Calling points in France are Calais-Fréthun and Lille-Europe, with the main Paris terminus at Gare du Nord. Trains to Belgium terminate at Midi/Zuid station in Brussels. In addition, there are limited services from London to Disneyland Paris at Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy, and to seasonal destinations in southern France.
On 14 November 1994 Eurostar services began between Waterloo International station in London, Gare du Nord in Paris and Brussels-South railway station in Brussels. Eurostar offers seventeen weekday London–Paris services (twenty on Fridays) including six non-stop (eight on Fridays), and eleven London–Brussels services including three running non-stop. In addition, there is one daily round-trip London–Disneyland Paris and two seasonal services: from July to September a weekly London–Ashford–Avignon service, and in the winter twice-weekly "snow trains", aimed at skiers, to Bourg-Saint-Maurice, Aime-la-Plagne and Moûtiers in the Alps; one runs overnight and the other is a daytime round-trip (see eurostar Brussels map).