Nottingham Paris Train
Nottingham is one of the charming, lively and vibrant cities of UK. Nottingham is situated in Britain’s East Midland region. There are lots of places to explore in this beautiful city. It is the host of two prestigious universities having more than 20000 students. The city is vibrant mix of bars, clubs and restaurants driven in part by its sizable student population. Nottingham proudly hosts a fantastic range of cultural, entertainment and sporting venues for visitors to enjoy. There is something for everyone amid Nottingham’s eclectic music scene. Classical concerts take place regularly at the Royal Concert Hall and lakeside art centre, throughout the year.
Nottingham to Paris By Eurostar
Eurostar London Paris Train are the fastest means of transport within UK and Europe. You will find that most of the travelers love to travel by Eurostar trains rather than by low budgeted flights. The main reason for choosing Eurostar train over flights is short check in process and high speed of 186mph. Traveling through Eurostar is more convenient and comfortable. Now it becomes easy to travel from Nottingham to Paris under one price as Eurostar teamed up with several train operating companies. You don’t need to book separate tickets from Nottingham to London St Pancras International station and then from London to Paris. The whole journey will take 4hr 49 min to reach from Nottingham to Paris. The return fair will cost you around £87.
East Midland Trains connect Nottingham and London, though you will have other National Rail options as well. Eurostar has special tie-up with East Midland Trains and now you can book Nottingham Paris Train fare directly on Eurostar. You travel Nottingham to London Kings Cross station and then to St Pancras and take Eurostar from St Pancras International Station to Paris, called London Paris Train//
Nottingham is very famous to be associated with the exploits of Robin Hood. The very old Sherwood forest is an historic site discovered in Nottingham. You enjoy the host of café-bars, restaurants, clubs, theatres and galleries in the £200 million canal quarter and a fashionable shopping district.
East Midlands Trains serve Nottingham's main city station from London's St Pancras Station via Leicester and/or Loughborough and also to Norwich, Skegness, Liverpool and Lincoln. There are trains running to Mansfield Woodhouse and Worksop on the Robin Hood Line, amongst other destinations. Other trains coming to Nottingham apart from East Midlands Trains are CrossCountry and Northen Rail.
Nottingham City Map