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London St Pancras International Rail Station Taxis: Taxi Transfers to and from St Pancras
London St Pancras International Rail Station has been a departure point for trains to Continental Europe since late 2007, when it took over the Eurostar service from Waterloo.
During the week, no fewer than 16 trains go between here and Paris, as well as 10 trains to both Lille and Brussels. There are also seasonal services to other French destinations, including winter trains to the Alps.
A hugely popular transport hub for both business and leisure, St Pancras International’s central London location allows for easy access from all over London and the surrounding areas by road – so what better way to get here, or to your next destination after your train pulls in, than in a taxi provided by Airport Cars UK?
Getting to and from London St Pancras International Rail Station
St Pancras International is in London St Pancras Rail Station, next to Kings Cross Station and a short distance from Euston Station, on the A501 Euston Road.
The A1, A5 and A41 main roads are a short drive away, meaning that access to and from both North and South London – and the motorway network – is easy.
To make your journey to or from St Pancras International comfortable and hassle-free, book a taxi with us and be driven to your destination by one of our professional and helpful drivers. Fill in the journey calculator above or call our dispatchers on +44 (0) 330 088 2222.
Top 10 things to do near London St Pancras International
If you’re extending your holiday with a bit of time in London at either end of your journey, or you’ve pulled into St Pancras on business from the Continent, you won’t need to look very far for exciting things to do – this is one of the world’s major tourist destinations, after all!
1) You don’t even need to leave St Pancras Station itself to go shopping, enjoy some fine dining, or sip a drink at a champagne bar. The facilities on offer here are impressive – there’s even a five-star hotel on site!
2) If you fancy getting out into some open space, there’s Regent’s Park, which is a short journey away. Walk through 395 acres of parkland, see 400 types of rose in Queen Mary’s Gardens, and visit London Zoo!
3) Further north is Hampstead Heath, which is full of wildlife – as well as open space, so if you’ve packed your running shoes, this place is ideal for you. There are also some swimming ponds here.
4) Just a short walk from St Pancras is the British Library, which has extensive archives and is the perfect place for some research. Exhibitions and events are frequent, too, and you can even take a guided tour.
5) Go to the Barbican Centre and see a play, watch a film, or enjoy a concert. Classical, jazz and rock music are all on offer here – as well as art exhibitions. If you’re attending a conference here, you’ll be hoping you have plenty of spare time afterwards!
6) More entertainment is available at Covent Garden, London’s famous “Theatreland”, where you can enjoy everything from musicals to operas (the Royal Opera House is there) – as well as a bit of street theatre!
7) Not far from Covent Garden is Westminster, where you can see the Houses of Parliament – and, of course, the imposing Big Ben. Walk through Trafalgar Square on the way and see Nelson’s Column, too.
8) If you’re in that part of London, you might want to go and see Buckingham Palace, home of the Queen. Every other day, you can see the Changing of the Guard, a famous ceremony.
9) Another famous London landmark is St Paul’s Cathedral, which you definitely won’t want to miss. You can explore the stunning interior, and if you want a superb view of the outside, cross the Thames via the Millennium Footbridge and look back.
10) Near St Paul’s is the City of London, the “Square Mile”, home to much of the UK’s international financial sector. Take a walk around! There’s the historic Bank of England, as well as many modern skyscrapers – including “The Gherkin” (30 St Mary Axe). Get a taste of the City’s hustle and bustle during the week, or explore it at the weekend, when it’s much quieter – it’s up to you!
Rail Station Transfers London St Pancras International
If you’ve just come into St Pancras from Belgium or France, that might not be the end of your journey – you could need to catch another train north or south, catch a ferry, or fly somewhere from Heathrow (or another airport).
Take the stress out of making your connection – choose Airport Cars UK for your London St Pancras International rail transfer!
Transfer Time from London St Pancras International
London Gatwick Airport 30 miles (100-110 minutes)
London Heathrow Airport 18 miles (60-70 minutes)
London Luton Airport 32 miles (70-75 minutes)
London Southend Airport 42 miles (100-120 minutes)
London Stansted Airport 34 miles (75-80 minutes)
London Charing Cross Station 2 miles (20 minutes)
London Liverpool Street 2.6 miles (15-20 minutes)
London Waterloo Station 3 miles (20-25 minutes)
Dover Ferry Terminal 80 miles (120-140 minutes)
Harwich Ferry Terminal 77 miles (140-150 minutes)
Alternatively, if you want to go straight to your hotel, a restaurant, a theatre or anywhere else, we can also drive you there. It doesn’t matter where in London – or outside it – your destination is, because we will know it. Contact Airport Cars UK and arrive on time!