Frequent travellers to London often take the best and most convenient way of transport i.e. train. For exampleEurostar serves very well for this purpose. Paris to London Eurostar train is the most frequent train service Eurostar. The most frequent used channel of Paris to London travel is from Gare du Nord to St’ Pancras International Station. The train takes less than 2 hours to reach London St Pancras. The reason for travelling from Train to London is very simple, the train tickets are way cheap then buying an air ticket from Paris to London. No matter how fast the air travel is from Paris to London. Considering the time taken to travel to the airport, this includes the taxi or well your own conveyance, then the check in time, and then the same when you reach London. All this takes a lot of time as compared to taking a train and reaching London in about 2 hours. Train travel from Paris or any part of France is much suited for businessmen who are in a hurry and want to choose the best option of travel which without a shadow of a doubt saves time and money. When you plan your travel to London this year to see Olympics 2012, Eurostar would be the best bet to take care of all your in time travels to exhibit the Games.
If you are a holiday maker and want to spend some quality time in London, and also want to take your transport with you, the other great option is to go by Euro Tunnel Le Shuttle. If you are living in Northern France or any part of France you can travel to Calais and hop in the Euro tunnel with your car and your family and be there at Folkestone in less than 30 mins. Yes less than half an hour! And guess what, its much cheaper which is £22/€30 to start from, for one car and maximum of 9 travellers.
St Pancras International Station in the night
The most time consuming and cheapest travel service from Paris to London is by bus. Eurolines, Megabus, and iDbusrun frequent bus services from Paris to London. The average bus ticket from Paris to London will cost around € 30 per person. The bus journey is painstakingly long. To be precise it can vary from 8 hours to 10 hours. You can get a Megabus from Port Maillot bus station. The fare also includes the price of P&O ferry which takes the bus from Calais to Dover.