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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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We were all so excited when we arrived at this utterly magnificent building as we were about to embark on another exciting part of our journey. What a beautiful last vision of London and the UK before heading to Paris on the Eurostar train. Easy...More
You do not have to have to catch a train, to enjoy a visit to St. Pancras. The building is one of the most beautiful in London. There are places to eat. Make it part of a day trip to that area of London.
St Pancras station is always busy, but it is a real joy to walk through this Victorian masterpiece. We always pause for a few minutes to look up to the amazing roof which spans the entire area. The only criticism is that the Eurostar waiting...More
We took the train from London to Amsterdam (amazing by the way; no airport security stresses, arrived just half an hour before departure, comfortable waiting room, comfortable train, nice views) and the station is very beatiful and organized.
Used this station after many years for a day trip to Leicester.
They are very crafty; no more day returns!
Station is very bright & clean although the signage can be a bit confusing.
Trains are clean.
Lots of shops to tempt you with.
So cool and well done, iconic and well known, and well placed with ease of access too by tube, bus, train or even taxi or uber. It is also connected to Kings Cross station so between this station and that one, this is a major...More