Eurostar cheap tickets to Paris, Lille and Brussels in flash sale - how to book

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Tickets to Paris, Lille and Brussels start at just £35 one way.

Eurostar is launching a flash sale, where you can book one day tickets from as little as £35.

Those in need of a spring mini-break can hop on a train at St Pancras International and arrive in central Paris in less than two and a half hours.

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The sale is running from Tuesday March 5 to Thursday March 7, with thousands of tickets on offer for travel between London and Lille, Paris, and Brussels.

The offer is available for one way travel between March 13 and May 23 2024. You can book your tickets on the Eurostar website.

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Eurostar is having a flash Spring sale

Discover the best events in Eurostar cities this Spring 2024: 

Paris, the city of family fun

Experience Paris' vibrant cultural scene during the Nuit des Musées – Night of the Museums, where more than 150 museums, including the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay, open their doors late into the night on May 18, 2024. Enjoy free entry and special events like film screenings and concerts. Dive into the city's springtime charm with cherry blossoms in April and vibrant floral displays across parks like the Jardin du Luxembourg. For family fun, indulge in the Foire du Trône, Paris' giant funfair running through March and April. Don't miss the Paris Marathon in April, weaving through iconic city landmarks, showcasing the active spirit of the season.

Brussels, a chocolate-lovers dream

Delight in Brussels' Easter chocolate showcase featuring masterpieces from renowned chocolatiers like Pierre Marcolini and Neuhaus. Explore confectionery secrets at the Cocoa and Chocolate Museum. Spring beckons outdoor adventures, from biking in Bois de la Cambre to exploring vibrant markets like Marché du Midi and Grand-Place flower market, all while immersing yourself in the city's lively atmosphere. Antique enthusiasts can hunt for treasures at Place du Grand Sablon's weekend market before enjoying brunch at nearby cafes. For a truly enchanting experience, don't miss the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken during their public opening, where you can stroll among exotic botanical wonders amidst your outdoor escapades.

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Lille, where fashion and sports collide

British travellers can reach the French city of Lille in just under an hour and a half. Lille is a haven for exhibition enthusiasts, especially during its major festival, Lille3000, which is part of the city's vibrant cultural season. As the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris draw near, this year's edition of Lille3000 shines a spotlight on the future of the textile industry and sports with its Textimoov! exhibition. This showcase features industrial prototypes and innovative materials, blending artistic creations inspired by the worlds of sports and urban culture. Both the business and artistic communities will unveil new discoveries and the latest textile trends at this must-see event.

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