It doesn’t take much time to fall in love with Paris. That’s why Rail Europe is offering Paris Overnight. You travel from London on a Eurostar high-speed train and arrive early enough to enjoy a fully guided tour of Paris on board a luxury coach and a romantic cruise on the Seine River. The cruise ends at the Eiffel Tower, where you can then take an unforgettable ride to the second floor. The whirlwind continues with one special night in a 3 star hotel. The next day is all yours. Explore Paris, shop your heart out, or visit legendary museums. Before you know it the day is over and you’re whisked back to London, again making no compromises in speed and comfort along the way. It’s really quite funny when you think about it. The rail experts at Rail Europe are making vacations even better by offering, well, a detour.
- One night in Paris. Forever in your memories.
- Children under 4 travel for free.
Here’s what’s included :
- Round-trip travel on Eurostar high-speed train from London to Paris.
- Fully guided panoramic sightseeing tour of Paris in a luxury air-conditioned coach.
- Entrance and ride to second floor of Eiffel Tower.
- An afternoon cruise on the romantic Seine.
- Ticket for entry into the Louvre Museum.
- One night in a Paris 3- star hotel.
- Reservations must be confirmed at least 4 days in advance by calling the reservation center in London. Details on making reservations are included with your voucher.
- Tour starts at 5:30am at London St. Pancras international station.
- Train departs Paris at 8:13 pm
- Tour ends approximately at 9:40pm.
- Days of operation are Monday - Friday.
- Passports are required.
- Voucher must be exchanged within 6 months of purchase date.
- Once the tour has been reserved the tour is non-refundable.
- Prices are subject to change.
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Q. What is the difference between a flexi pass and a consecutive/continuous pass ?
A. A flexi pass is valid for a specific number of travel days to be used within the overall validity period of that rail pass. For example, 15 days of unlimited train travel to be used within a 2-month period. With this kind of rail pass, you can pick and choose any days (they don’t have to be consecutive) to travel within the rail pass’ validity period.
Continuous (or consecutive) rail passes such as the Eurail Global Pass, are valid for unlimited train travel during the whole duration of the pass’ validity period. In other words, with a 15-day Eurail Global Pass, you can travel for 15 consecutive days by train. Even if you don’t take the train each and every day, those days will be considered used
Q. My plans have changed and I won’t be able to use my rail pass. Can I get a refund ?
A. You can submit your rail pass for a refund. Please be advised that there is a 15% penalty. Only unused and unvalidated (non-activated) rail passes can be refunded. The pass must be returned to Rail Europe, along with a brief letter mentioning the original reference number of the booking. It’s strongly recommended that you send these documents by some type of traceable mail for proof of delivery.
If you purchased the Rail Protection Plan™ and your rail pass is covered, you’re eligible to receive a credit for its entire value. No fee or penalty will be applied, and you can use this credit towards any future Rail Europe purchase within 2 years. Please read more about the Rail Protection Plan™ and for instructions on how to file a claim.
Please visit our Cancellation and Refunds page for more information.
Q. How can I exchange my Trenitalia ticket ?
A. Exchanges can be made in accordance with the conditions of your ticket. If permitted, exchanges can only be processed in Italy at a self-service kiosk at the train station. Simply select the "Print & Change" option and then enter the e-ticket confirmation code (PNR) and the Booking Change Code. Both of these codes can be found on your Print at Home ticket. Changes can also be made at a ticket window at the station.
Q. A rail strike in Europe prevented me from fully using my rail pass as intended. Can I get a refund on the unused days ?
A. Passes that have been activated or partially used are not eligible for a refund. You may wish to have your pass cancelled and noted by a European railroad official that it was “not used due to a strike” and return it to our customer relations department. The claim will be reviewed to see if we are able to provide compensation depending on the European railroads’ policies. Please send us a message using the Contact Us page on our site.
Q. How fast can I receive my travel documents ?
A. After your booking has been invoiced, you should receive your tickets and/or rail passes within 2-7 business days. In some locations, express overnight delivery may be available for an additional cost.
If you booked e-tickets, you should receive an email and ticket instructions shortly after your booking is confirmed.
Q. What is a travel day on a rail pass ?
A. A travel day on a rail pass is a 24-hour period, from midnight to midnight, during which you can take as many train journeys as you desire. Since rail passes use calendar days, journeys within 24-hours of each other but on different days will count as two travel days.
Q. Can I change seats after the train departs ?
A. You may check with the conductor once your train departs to see if there are any other available seating options.
Please note that you should stay in the same class of service as your ticket or you may incur a surcharge.
If you change seats and the seat you move to is reserved by another traveller, they will have priority.
Q. Do you offer maps of European train stations ?
A. We do offer links to Google Maps for many European train stations. At this time we do not have specific layouts of any train station interiors in Europe.
Q. I placed a booking on your website but received a message saying my booking needs to be reviewed by a Travel Consultant. Why ?
A. Sometimes, certain products within your booking are not available for confirmation at the time of booking and one of our Travel Consultants needs to manually confirm your booking. Once confirmed, we will contact you to advise it has been finalized and issued.
Q. How do I use my Italo print at home e-ticket for travel in Italy ?
A. While Italo train tickets are considered print at home e-tickets, you don’t actually need to print anything or retrieve a voucher or boarding pass at the station.
All that is required is the confirmation (PNR) code printed on your Rail Europe booking confirmation email. Just present your e-ticket confirmation code and a valid photo id to the conductor on the train - it’s that easy !