Eurostar to Paris from just £36 each way @ Eurostar
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Eurostar to Paris from just £36 each way @ Eurostar

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Found 4th Apr
Good price, ideal if looking to head over to Disneyland anytime soon, dates do vary but worth hunting around

You can also save on park tickets here
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Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead....

* Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...
Edited by: "DingIs" 4th Apr
It's always been this price if you book early. In fact cheaper than this!
DingIs23 m ago

Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... …Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead.... * Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...


I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the train to Disney. Disney was definitely the best part of it all. Paris itself was dirty, loud and smelly and not my cup of tea. Much rather go to Disneyland.
DingIs28 m ago

Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... …Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead.... * Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...


City is spoilt by rude French people though
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Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead....

* Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...
Edited by: "DingIs" 4th Apr
It's always been this price if you book early. In fact cheaper than this!
DingIs23 m ago

Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... …Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead.... * Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...


I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the train to Disney. Disney was definitely the best part of it all. Paris itself was dirty, loud and smelly and not my cup of tea. Much rather go to Disneyland.
DingIs28 m ago

Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... …Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead.... * Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...


City is spoilt by rude French people though
Train stikes for foreseeable future.
StevenMuller41 m ago

City is spoilt by rude French people though


Have they really still got French people in Paris?
paris is a beautiful city. i've been twice and the last time i went to disneyland. just going to disneyland and not seeing paris would be a waste. theres so much to see and do there. i admit that its not as friendly as it once was previously..best to go during summer holidays when there are more tourists.
this is a really good price
It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need some that leave from Liverpool. It would probably cost me more to get to London than it would to get from London to paris
KellyHarrop5 m ago

It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need …It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need some that leave from Liverpool. It would probably cost me more to get to London than it would to get from London to paris


Serves you right for being Scouse!
KellyHarrop17 m ago

It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need …It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need some that leave from Liverpool. It would probably cost me more to get to London than it would to get from London to paris


Eurostar from L'pool? Someone would nick the wheels!
What is the criteria for getting your ads onto the highlights page?
s6yka1 h, 38 m ago

I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the …I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the train to Disney. Disney was definitely the best part of it all. Paris itself was dirty, loud and smelly and not my cup of tea. Much rather go to Disneyland.


The centre of Paris, like most major cities, is beautiful and expensive, radiate outwards of the centre and it turns into a toilet.
Not really a deal unless it's straight to Disney. It's 29 quid most of the year each way to Gare du Nord.
Credit should go to Holiday Pirates.
Sound a good deal from the outset, but will cost me £191 for four of us to get to London, £20 taxi's to train station and back, approx £50 return from Paris to DLP, plus £232 for the eurostar for four people. £500 total

Alternatively I could drive the 680 mile round trip costing approx £375 (£238 at 35p a mile + £100 ferry + £35 tolls)

I'd prefer to drive than take a taxi and three trains each way, personal choice. Probably quicker driving for me. Trains alone are 6 hours excluding waiting for connections. With the UK train delays, we would have to leave plenty of time to make sure we wouldn't miss the St Pancreas train.

Great offer if you live in London.
LesD1 h, 27 m ago

Have they really still got French people in Paris?



London doesn’t have British people any more, so it’s a valid point.
its a shame on Eurostar for charging insane price, best suitable for rich people and drug dealer
extonjoe2 h, 16 m ago

Train stikes for foreseeable future.

Striking for two days out of five for the next three months. From what I have seen, the local Paris trains are still running. They might just be a little more crowded.
Edited by: "Toffee82" 4th Apr
this is wrong. selected Paris fares are £29 each way currently.
StevenMuller2 h, 26 m ago

City is spoilt by rude French people though


The French are rude. The Parisians are on another level.
paul.jacobs29 m ago

Sound a good deal from the outset, but will cost me £191 for four of us to …Sound a good deal from the outset, but will cost me £191 for four of us to get to London, £20 taxi's to train station and back, approx £50 return from Paris to DLP, plus £232 for the eurostar for four people. £500 totalAlternatively I could drive the 680 mile round trip costing approx £375 (£238 at 35p a mile + £100 ferry + £35 tolls) I'd prefer to drive than take a taxi and three trains each way, personal choice. Probably quicker driving for me. Trains alone are 6 hours excluding waiting for connections. With the UK train delays, we would have to leave plenty of time to make sure we wouldn't miss the St Pancreas train. Great offer if you live in London.


Good irishi breakdown of the money
slannmage46 m ago

London doesn’t have British people any more, so it’s a valid point.


Excuse me?
Edited by: "ajavaid92" 4th Apr
KellyHarrop1 h, 46 m ago

It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need …It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need some that leave from Liverpool. It would probably cost me more to get to London than it would to get from London to paris


Pretty sure the last Disney deal was from Liverpool!
slannmage1 h, 7 m ago

London doesn’t have British people any more, so it’s a valid point.


Paris is full of rude cunce, and London is just full of cunce. You can't win when you go to a big city these days. Let's not even mention new York
s6yka3 h, 36 m ago

I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the …I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the train to Disney. Disney was definitely the best part of it all. Paris itself was dirty, loud and smelly and not my cup of tea. Much rather go to Disneyland.


Well you went to Paris 20 years ago so i guess that makes u an expert...lol get over yourself sado
I’m English but damn everywhere I go here people are rude. Although mostly the foreigners who have taken over; the French aren’t that bad overall if you attempt to speak the language. They just don’t like the arrogant tourists who try to make them speak English in their own country.
Besford3 h, 10 m ago

Eurostar from L'pool? Someone would nick the wheels!


Wow those jokes went out in the 80's
KellyHarrop5 m ago

Wow those jokes went out in the 80's


Oh no they didn't!

You do realise London is nearer to Paris than Liverpool? Maybe you should look at flying, surely one of the budget airlines (Easyjet?) does Liverpool to Paris? £72 should cover that, surely.
Edited by: "Besford" 4th Apr
DingIs5 h, 53 m ago

Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... …Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead.... * Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...


One of the worlds what?!?! Mate u haven't travelled before and if you have you should have gone Specsavers and had a MRI too
s6yka6 h, 26 m ago

I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the …I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the train to Disney. Disney was definitely the best part of it all. Paris itself was dirty, loud and smelly and not my cup of tea. Much rather go to Disneyland.


Your experience may have been 20yrs ago but it's much the same now!

Heat added for a great deal but good luck with the SNCF strikes when you get there!
KellyHarrop5 h, 49 m ago

It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need …It's so annoying that all the best deals are leaving from London. I need some that leave from Liverpool. It would probably cost me more to get to London than it would to get from London to paris




Just tried some random dates in May on Eurostar.co.uk from Liverpool to Paris one way and you can get a ticket for the whole journey from £58.

You don't have to book from London.

And if you buy the through ticket there are no worries if you miss a connection due to the earlier train running late as they have to carry you on the next train (CIV rules)
Love their breakfasts in Paris, orange juice and cold croissant for 10 Euros… yes please.
Disgusting city. There's an invasion of rats at the moment as well. It's been going on for almost 10 months, the French still wonder how to deal with it. So far, luke for every other problem, they decided to let it go..
Edited by: "Twyll" 5th Apr
s6yka12 h, 30 m ago

I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the …I went to Paris about 20 years ago. We stayed in the centre and got the train to Disney. Disney was definitely the best part of it all. Paris itself was dirty, loud and smelly and not my cup of tea. Much rather go to Disneyland.


You'd rather have an americanised piece of overpriced generic tat than one of the best capital cities in the world?

Ah well, nevermind..

StevenMuller12 h, 26 m ago

City is spoilt by rude French people though



Toffee829 h, 59 m ago

The French are rude. The Parisians are on another level.



You should try, you know, speaking French a little, I've probably spent about 18-20 months in france and most of the problems I've met are other Brits and the Yanks.... unless you meet a Parisian driving to his holiday home in Brittany then you'd better be driving a tank!

x80ssm7 h, 0 m ago

One of the worlds what?!?! Mate u haven't travelled before and if you have …One of the worlds what?!?! Mate u haven't travelled before and if you have you should have gone Specsavers and had a MRI too



....most of my late 20s and nearly all my 30s were not spent in the UK...
Rumana0311 h, 25 m ago

best to go during summer holidays when there are more tourists.this is a …best to go during summer holidays when there are more tourists.this is a really good price

No, summer is worse, spring is the best time for paris, as the weather warms up and they haven't got sick of brit and yank tourists demanding a "crassant and a coffee, garcon"...

Twyll11 m ago

Disgusting city. There's an invasion of rats at the moment as well. It's …Disgusting city. There's an invasion of rats at the moment as well. It's been going on for almost 10 months, the French still wonder how to deal with it. So far, luke for every other problem, they decided to let it go..


Same as London....
Brexeffect?
DingIs54 m ago

You'd rather have an americanised piece of overpriced generic tat than one …You'd rather have an americanised piece of overpriced generic tat than one of the best capital cities in the world?Ah well, nevermind..You should try, you know, speaking French a little, I've probably spent about 18-20 months in france and most of the problems I've met are other Brits and the Yanks.... unless you meet a Parisian driving to his holiday home in Brittany then you'd better be driving a tank!....most of my late 20s and nearly all my 30s were not spent in the UK...


Why do you assume that I can't talk some French.
DingIs13 h, 52 m ago

Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... …Get a train to one of the worlds most beautiful and fantastic cities... then go to Disney instead.... * Heat for the price even though i can't partake this time...


Only been to Paris once, got all our money stolen on the way to the hotel and my partner had some sort of allergic reaction with sneezing and itchy eyes (he doesn't get hayfever, I usually do but didn't), so we aren't a fan tbh.
kibethewalrus1 m ago

Only been to Paris once, got all our money stolen on the way to the hotel …Only been to Paris once, got all our money stolen on the way to the hotel and my partner had some sort of allergic reaction with sneezing and itchy eyes (he doesn't get hayfever, I usually do but didn't), so we aren't a fan tbh.


Oh and the only English anyone at the police station knew was "pickpocket", I have some basic French so we did get by bit thought that was pretty telling!
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