With fares available from £39 one way, travellers can enjoy a festive treat with a Christmas shopping trip to Paris or to enjoy the popular Christmas markets in Lille and Brussels.
The changes come following the removal of quarantine restrictions for fully-vaccinated travellers from France to the UK and the easing of restrictions for travel to Belgium and the Netherlands.
ProRail, NS, Eurostar, Avanti West Coast and Youth for Sustainable Travel have unveiled plans to run a special Climate Train to the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow.
The package of £250 million mainly consists of additional equity and loans from a syndicate of banks guaranteed by the shareholders. Partners include the French state railway group SNCF and Patina Rail.
Eurostar has criticised a new support scheme for airports, arguing rail operators have been unfairly excluded. The company said it had seen a 95 per cent fall in demand due to Covid-19.
Eurostar has opened sales for connecting journeys from London to the French Alps. Tickets are now available for travel from December 13th until January 3rd next year.
Organisations signed up to the portal will also gain access to tailored content as well as exclusive promotional fares, ensuring they are being rewarded.
Eurostar chief executive Mike Cooper has confirmed he will step down from the role to take over as leader of European passenger transport operator Arriva. He will take up the new post in October.
Eurostar has relaunched direct services to Disneyland Paris. Travellers can arrive at the gates of the attraction just over two and a half hours after leaving the centre of London, with a fast, comfortable and family-friendly journey.
For these services to operate, existing agreements between the UK, France and Belgium signed in 1993 have been modified to include the Netherlands.
Eurostar is offering travellers more flexibility on bookings, with all fares now available to exchange with no fee, up to 14 days before departure.