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Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

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Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

Hello we are planning to travel from London to Paris by Eurostar. Does anyone know the difference between standard and standard premiere as there isn't much on this topic here

Also what carriage should I choose? Is there much difference?

Manythanks

Edited: 28 June 2013, 16:50
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1. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

Check this out:

eurostar.com/us-en/….Uc2wgcu9KSM

(I hope it's duly noted that I tried to answer a question here...) :-)

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2. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

Stephanie, you can't get much more clear and helpful than that!

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3. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

Also this:

eurostar.com/us-en/….Uc20oMu9KSM

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4. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

Unlike on an airplane, standard class is very comfortable. For a relatively short train ride I've never found it necessary to pay more.

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5. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

< Check this out:

eurostar.com/us-en/….Uc23kZ1Bvct >

Of course the one trivial detail missing is a comparison of the respective prices ...

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6. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

The choice of carriage affects the distances you have to walk at St Pancras and Gare du Nord, and from your seat to the buffet car (6 and 13). I prefer to be near the front of the train as you're nearer to the taxi rank or the Tube/Métro on arrival. So I go for high-mumbered carriages going to Paris and low-numbered one when returning to London. The end carriages (1 and 18) seem to be where families with children go, so if you want a quieter journey, avoid those.

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7. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

I would not pay a penny more for first class.. I was upgraded once to a first class car when they had a problem with a second hand car, and there really isn't enough of a difference to me, its only 2.5 hours for goodness sake..

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8. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

Exactly right, Joan.

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9. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

Thanks for all the replies. So ill be going with the standard tickets of course.

Also is eurostar the best way to travel from london to Paris? Online they are giving options for other train when I do a search

Thanks

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10. Re: Difference between standard and standard premiere oN Eurosta

The advantage to the Eurostar is that it goes from central London to central Paris. No airport transfers involved. There's a high degree of convenience and time-savings there.