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Brussels to London train

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Cheap train calendar from Brussels to London

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Find the best prices for train tickets Brussels to London

from €56.00 MORE 2h11m
from £49.00 MORE 2h07m
Other modes of transport available to travel from Brussels to London
from £13.00 MORE 9h30m
from €17.00 MORE 10h59m
from €20.00 MORE 7h32m
from £65.90 MORE 3h09m

Brussels - London: the best time to book cheap trains

Price of the train when booking in advance or at the last minute















Same day

Days before Departure

The cost for train tickets Brussels to London will increase as the date gets closer. Based on our data, if you purchase your ticket 2 months in advance, you can find tickets from £42 while if purchasing your seat on the day you're travelling, you will have to pay at least £168 for your train. Thus, you will save 75% on the cost of your train by buying your ticket 2 months in advance rather than on the day you're travelling.

The figures are based on the cheapest prices found in the last 6 months when buying in advance versus at the last minute.

How to find cheap train tickets Brussels to London ?

Finding cheap train tickets can be challenging as travelling by train can be expensive. Therefore we would like to share our tips in order to get cheap train tickets Brussels to London.

When should I book my ticket?

Buying your ticket in advance instead of leaving it until the day before will help you to pay less. Advance tickets typically go on sale 90 days prior the date of departure. On many routes you can save as much as 80% by purchasing your ticket 3 months in advance. We suggest you to book your ticket as soon as possible.

When is the best time to travel?

The most expensive times to travel are during the morning commute time and in the late afternoon for your train ticket Brussels to London. Train fares are more expensive during these times and hence you will save money by travelling very early, mid day or late in the evening.

Is it cheaper to book two single tickets or a return?

If you already know at what time you need to come back, you need to check the price of 2 single tickets as they may work out cheaper than a return. You need to get the exact train you bought.

What is split ticketing?

Split-ticketing for your journey to London is another way to reduce the cost. It is totally legal to split your ticket into several tickets covering the different sections of your journey, the only condition is that the train you're on calls at the stations you bought tickets for.

Where to find cheap train tickets


Gopili compares ticket prices for you every day from all operators to help you find cheap train tickets for your next trip. The best Eurostar price found was £49.

And if you change?

Other alternatives of transport exist to travel from Brussels to London:

Bus from Brussels to London

Best price found for train ticket from Brussels to London

We compare train ticket prices for all major companies to travel from Brussels to London by train and find the best price for you. Here are the best prices selected for the coming days to go to London. Your Brussels to London train ticket is just few clicks away!

Journey Price Departure on At Company Searched
€56.00 23/07/2017 17:56 Eurostar 1 day ago
€67.00 04/07/2017 19:52 Eurostar 2 days ago
€67.00 28/06/2017 19:52 Eurostar 3 days ago
€67.00 21/07/2017 19:52 Eurostar 2 days ago

Best price found for Brussels to London train ticket for the next 30 days.

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Book cheap train from Brussels to London

Brussels to London train ticket can be bought using different options:

  • You are able to buy tickets online directly on most train providers' websites like C2C, ScotRail, Great Western Railway, Chiltern Railways. You may also book train tickets on Ticket Retailers' websites such as Trainline or My Train Ticket.
  • If you prefer a chat with an advisor that will help you buy your ticket, you are able to do it with most rail operators.
  • Depending on the station, you can either get your train ticket at the ticket office or using a ticket vending machine available at many stations. We recommend you to check beforehand if the station provides these services and the office hours.

The best way to get cheap train tickets from Brussels to London is to have a look online at the fares from all rail companies. Gopili enables you to do it by comparing in one search train times and prices across all existing offers. If you need to make a journey back to Brussels afterwards, train tickets London to Brussels are also available on gopili.

Things to do in London

We have created for you a list of 6 places that you can visit in London.

  • Big Ben
  • British Museum
  • London Eye
  • Tower Bridge
  • Horse Guards
  • Buckingham Palace

As travel experts, we know that planning a trip and finding all the information regarding a specific city can be time consuming. We aim to help you by suggesting some things to do, whether you are visiting for a day or for holidays.

Each year, many visitors are visiting London. If you are looking to discover one of the most essential attraction of the city, you need to go to Big Ben. If you have the time, we will also recommend you to go to Tower Bridge or British Museum to complete your stay.

Another interesting area that you can discover is Horse Guards if you wish to know more about this destination.

London Eye is also a point of interest that we will suggest you to visit if you have spare time during your trip.

Finally, if you're still curious in discovering more about London, Buckingham Palace can be the final step of your stay. Even though people might not consider it as the most interesting thing to do, it will help you get a full view of the city and its history.

Travel information for your train journey

Brussels London train

Route Brussels to London

Brussels London train map

Train duration 2h09m
Arrival city London, England
Departure city Brussels, Belgium
Distance 199 Miles
Lowest train ticket price from £49.00
Train operators for Brussels to London Eurostar

Which train company can I use?

There are a lot of train companies across the country & Europe but the journey from Brussels in Belgium to London in England are run by Eurostar.

How much times does it take?

There are 199 miles between the two cities and the average train duration connecting Brussels to London is around 2h09m. Travelling by train is often the quickest solution to travel to London from Brussels, and it's also a greener option than driving or taking the plane.

What is the price of a train ticket for this journey?

The cheapest ticket price we've found to travel in the next 30 days is £49.00 one way.

Transport operators from Brussels to London

The following table lists the various transport operators serving the route Brussels to London.

Transport operators Departure Arrival
Eurostar Brussels London

Train ticket types for your travel

Rail tickets may look a bit elaborate at first sight but it's easy to apprehend their functioning. To introduce, there are three principal rail tickets types accessible in the England for your train Brussels to London: Advance, Off-Peak and Anytime tickets.

  • Advance Ticket : These tickets are a great way to get cheap tickets. These tickets are available up to 12 weeks before travel and offer the biggest discounts. To take benefit of these tickets you must book earlier: the earlier you book, the cheaper the train prices are! Advance tickets Brussels to London are always sold as singles, but if you prefer to book tickets for a return trip, just buy two Advance tickets. These tickets are only valid for the date and train they are booked for. Also, these tickets cannot be refunded but can be amended before departure.
  • Off-Peak Ticket : If you want more flexibility than an Advance train ticket, the Off-Peak rail tickets could be for you. These tickets are flexible and efficient at “off peak” times of the day. Off-Peak train tickets are less expensive than the Anytime ticket and still give the flexibility of going on any Off-peak trains. They can be booked any time before travelling, even at the last minute. These tickets are efficient at any time of the day on Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays and after around 09:30 on days of the week.
  • Anytime ticket : Anytime train tickets are fully flexible and they are valid on any train, at any time, on any day. They give full security when you can't be sure of your travel times, or if you need to change the day you travel. These tickets are more expensive than advance or Off-Peak but they can be refunded.
  • For your information more ticket types exist in the UK to travel to London, like Super-Off-Peak tickets, Season tickets, Rover and Rangers tickets…

Next train departures

When are the next trains to London?

Departure Arrival Duration Company
London King's Cross
2h10m Eurostar
London St Pancras
2h05m Eurostar
London King's Cross
2h13m Eurostar
London St Pancras
2h07m Eurostar
London King's Cross
2h14m Eurostar
London St Pancras
2h14m Eurostar
London St Pancras
2h02m Eurostar
London King's Cross
2h11m Eurostar
London St Pancras
2h11m Eurostar

The table above only shows the remaining services for today and will display a maximum of 10 train departures.

See all departures: Today / Tomorrow

Based on our data, 2 trains from Brussels to London are available today and 8 tomorrow. The first Brussels London train departs at 12:52 and the last train is at 16:56. The first and last departure hours can change on each day of the week and there might be less services during weekends and bank holidays. Train operators can as well increase or decrease the number of trains during school holidays or depending on the season.