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AALBORG


Aalborg Station

Aalborg's main train station is Aalborg Station, close to J. F. Kennedy-Square.

Address: John F. Kennedys Plads 3 9000 Aalborg

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Various food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATMs

Getting there by Train:
Trains from Copenhagen to Aalborg run direct up to 19 times a day and take just under 5 hours.

AARHUS H


Århus Central Station (Århus Hovedbanegård, Århus H)

Århus Central Station serves as the main connecting hub for rail traffic between Århus and rest of Denmark on InterCity rail and commuter rail, the station is used by an average of 6.3 million people per year, making it the busiest train station in Denmark outside of Copenhagen.

Address: Banegårdspladsen 1D, 8000 Aarhus Municipality

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Various food outlets
  • Over 90 store shopping centre
  • Toilets
  • ATM's
  • Currency exchange

Getting there from Aarhus Airport:

Aarhus Airport has an airport bus that leaves outside the main entrance. The journey takes about 45-50 min to reach Aarhus central station.


Getting there from Copenhagen:

Trains from Copenhagen to Aarhus run direct up to 19 times a day and take just over 3 hours.

AEROPORT CDG 2TGV


Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport known in French as Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle), also known as Roissy Airport (or just Roissy in French), in the Paris area, is one of the world's principal aviation centres, as well as France's main airport. It is named after Charles de Gaulle (1890-1970), leader of the Free French Forces and founder of the French Fifth Republic.

Address: Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport, BP 20101, 95711, Roissy Charles de Gaulle

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines (basically everything you need at a terminal but forgot about/lost on the way).
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Lounge facilities.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).

Getting There

Getting there by metro:
You can get to CDG on the RER Line B.

Getting there by bus:
Roissybus, operated by RATP, departs from terminals 1 and 2 and goes non-stop to Paris, behind the Palais Garnier.

AMSTERDAM CS


Amsterdam Centraal Station

Amsterdam Centraal is the central station of Amsterdam, located in the heart of Amsterdam. It is one of the main railway hubs of the Netherlands and is used by approximately 150,000 passengers a day.

Address: Stationsplein 11, 1012 Amsterdam

Station Facilities

Left luggage
Tourist information and assistance
Currency exchange
ATM's
Food outlets
Small supermarket
Toilets

Getting there from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol:
Amsterdam Schiphol train station is located directly underneath the airport. From here, intercities and slower trains can take you to Amsterdam Central Station in the city centre. These stations are a maximum of 25 minutes away.

AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL


Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Station

Schiphol railway station is a major passenger station located directly beneath the terminal complex of Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The station is accessible via six escalators located on the main concourse of the airport.

Address: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, 1118CP Schiphol railway station, Haarlemmermeer

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Various food outlets
  • Shower facilities
  • Medical centre/Pharmacy
  • Shopping areas

Getting there by Train:
Direct trains run to Amsterdam Centraal Station frequently and only take 15 minutes.

ANTWERPEN CENTRAA


Antwerp Central (Antwerpen Centraal)

The Antwerp Central Station is one of the world's most impressive railway stations. Dubbed the 'Railway Cathedral', it is one of the main landmarks in Antwerp.

Address: Antwerpen-Centraal station, 2018 Antwerp

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • ATM's
  • Currency exchange
  • Stores/shops
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets

Getting there by Train:
The high speed train route between Antwerp and Paris now stops at Antwerp's central station. You can also take a regular intercity train, which connects the Amsterdam Central Station to the Antwerp Central Station in about 2 hrs.

AVIGNON CENTRE


Avignon Centre

Avignon Centre is one of two main stations which serve the city of Avignon. A wide range of trains use Avignon Centre, including Transport express régional, TGV trains from Paris Gare de Lyon, Provence, Côte d'Azur and Languedoc. Many other TGV trains stop at the Avignon TGV station

Address: Boulevard St Roch BP 175 84008 Avignon Cedex

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, ATMs, Newsagents, Left Luggage.
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Waiting Lounge
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)

 

AVIGNON TGV


Avignon TGV

Avignon TGV is a railway station built on the LGV Méditerranée high-speed train line in South-eastern France. It is located a few kilometres south of Avignon town centre. This station is the main hub for many domestic TGV services.

Address: Chemin du Confluent - La Courtine 84008 Avignon

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents.
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing Facilities)
  • Waiting room.

BARCELONA SANTS


Barcelona Sants Station ( Sants Estacio)

Barcelona Sants has become the capital's most important transportation hub, being the centre of commuter and medium-distance train services, as well as the main intercity train station for national and international destinations. New parts of the station have recently been remodeled to accommodate the Spanish high-speed train AVE in the city, which started serving the city on 20 February 2008. There is also an adjacent international bus station by the same name.

Address: Pl. dels Països Catalans, 08014 Barcelona

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Tourism office
  • Bank
  • AMTs
  • Food outlets
  • Newsagents
  • Various shopping outlets

Getting there by Metro:
Situated in the west of the city, it is easily reached by bus, taxi or the Metro (Blue Line, L5) and (Green Line L3) who's lines both have a stop here.

 

BARCELONA-ESTACIO DE FRANCA


Barcelona Estació de França

Barcelona Estació de França is the second busiest railway station of the city after Barcelona-Sants in terms of regional and long-distance ridership. The station is located to the east of the city. This station does not have its own metro station.

Address: Avinguda Marquès De l'Argentera S/N 08003 Barcelona

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information centre
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATMs

Getting there by Train/Walking:
This station is easily accessible directly on the R10 line through central Barcelona (Sants and Passeig de Gràcia), or good five-minute walk from Barceloneta station on line 4 of the Barcelona Metro.

BARI CENTRALE


Bari Centrale

Bari Centrale is a transit station near the town centre. The station is located in piazza Aldo Moro. Bari Centrale station was built in 1864 and after World War II, it started its last renovation project.Bari Centrale is close to the ferry port, with many ferries to Greece taking off from the Bari ports.

Address: Piazza Aldo Moro 70100 Bari

Station Facilities

  • Arrivals and Departures
  • Bank services
  • Information and Assistance
  • Left luggage
  • Lost Property
  • Toilets

Getting There

Getting to Bari Airport:
Bari Airport is located 11 km from Bari City and buses and taxis are both available to and from Bari Central station.

BASEL SBB


Basel SBB

Basel SBB is the main station which most regional and fast trains transit through and ofter stop over before continuing either on into Switzerland, or out to the surrounding countries. The station building also contains Bâle SNCF, which is located through a border crossing and is used by terminating trains to and from France.

Address: Centralbahnstrasse 10 4051 Basel,

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATMs
  • Bicycle rental

Getting There

By bus, metro, train:

Basel is relatively close to many bordering cities, and with the reliability of the Swiss public transport system, you should not have any problem making your way to Basel SBB.
Directly outside the railway station is the Centralbahnplatz, which is a major hub of the Basel tram network. There is also a direct bus service going to the airport just outside the station.

BEOGRAD


Belgrade ( Beograd)

The Belgrade train station was built in 1884 on the site of the drained Venetian Lagoon. Centrally located, the station is quite close to the city and connects Belgrade with other European capitals and many towns in Serbia.

Address: Nemanjina street 6, Belgrade

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Information and assistanace
  • Toilets
  • Food outlet

 

BERLIN HBF


Berlin Hbf (Berlin Hauptbahnhof)

Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the main railway station in Berlin, Germany and the largest crossing station in Europe. It began full operation two days after a ceremonial opening on 26 May 2006. It is now Europe's largest two-level railway station.

Address: Europaplatz 110557 Berlin

Station Faclities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Travey agency
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Police
  • Food outlets
  • Shopping centre

BERN


Bern

Bern station connects the city to the national and international train network.Having recently been renovated and partially redesigned, Bern station now contains Rail City, a shopping center open longer that the other shops in town, and over the weekend.

Address: 3004 BernStation Tiefenau RBS 

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Informaton and assistance
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Food outlets
  • Restrooms
  • Bicycle rental

Getting There

By Train:

Direct services to Bern run from Zurich, Lausanne, Geneve, Basel, Olten and Lucern. Most services are Inter Regional trains and are quite frequent.

Getting there from Bern Airport:
Bern airport is 9km southeast of Bern. There's a shuttle bus between the airport and Bern's central train station, however there are only 5 services per day. Taxis are available at both destinations.

BIRMINGHAM NEW ST


Birmingham New Street

New Street is Birmingham's main railway station, and is a major hub of the British railway system. Birmingham is also served by Birmingham Moor Street and Birmingham Snow Hill. Also on the outskirts closer to Solihull is Birmingham International which serves the airport.

Address: New Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B2 4ND

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Registered baggage service
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers

Getting there by Train:
Due to its central location, railway lines from all over Great Britain run into it including lines to London, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Scotland, Cardiff, North Wales, Bournemouth, Bristol, Plymouth, Nottingham, Leicester, Shrewsbury and Newcastle upon Tyne.

Getting there From Birmingham International Airport:
Take the train from Birmingham International and go straight through to Birminham New Sreet, Trip takes around 15 minutes with several Daily departures.

BOLOGNA CENTRALE


Bologna Centrale

Bologna Centrale is Italy's fifth-largst station in terms of size and traffic volume: It is in piazza delle Medaglie d'Oro. With 500 trains per day and the numerous urban bus lines surrounding the station, it is located in a strategic point of the national rail network, at the point where the main North-South and East-West lines intersect.

Address: Piazza Delle Medaglie d'Oro, 2 40121 Bologna

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Bank services
  • Information and Assistance
  • Toilets
  • Police

Getting There

By bus:
Bologna does not have an underground service, however the bus system in Bologna is very efficient. The main buses that connect the train station to the city centre are bus No 30 and No 21 together with several others.

BORDEAUX ST JEAN


Bordeaux St Jean

Bordeaux-Saint-Jean or Bordeaux-Midi is a mainline and main railway station in the French city of Bordeaux. The station is the main railway interchange in Aquitaine and links Bordeaux to Paris, Sète, Toulouse Matabiau and Spain.

Address: Rue Charles Domercq 33800 Bordeaux

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents, Left Luggage.
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Waiting Lounge
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Tourist Office (hours vary)

 

BRIG


Brig

Brig is popular among winter sport athletes, since it is surrounded by many Alp summits. The town itself lies close to Rhone river. Due to the high altitude, the temperatures in winter often remain below zero, resulting in frost. During the summer season, heat can be intense. Brig is also a stop for the Glacier Express swiss scenic train.

Address: 3900 BrigBielti

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • Travel agency
  • Information and assistance
  • Bicycle rental

Getting There

By Train:
Direct services run from larger cities in Switzerland to Brig. It is important to be aware that specific routing to and from Brig is part of a private line, so it is best to check with one of our rail experts who can advise you on whether you need an additional supplement as the private line is not covered by any rail pass.

BRISTOL TEMPLE ME


Bristol Temple Meads

Bristol Temple Meads railway station is the oldest and largest railway station in Bristol, England. It is an important interchange hub for public transport in Bristol, with bus services to various parts of the city and surrounding districts, and a ferry service to the city centre in addition to the train services. Bristol's other main-line station, Bristol Parkway, is on the northern outskirts of the Bristol conurbation.

Address: Bristol Temple Mead Station, Bristol, BS1 6QF

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers

Getting There

By Train:
Long-distance services are provided by CrossCountry to destinations as diverse as Plymouth and Penzance in the South-West of England, Manchester Piccadilly and York in the North, and Edinburgh and Aberdeen in Scotland. A few trains to London Waterloo station are provided by South West Trains.

Getting there From Bristol International Airport:
The Bristol International Flyer bus service operates from Bristol calling at Bristol Temple Meads railway station, Bristol Bus station and Clifton. The service takes 30 minutes from the city centre and can be booked as part of a Rail journey changing between train and bus at Bristol Temple Meads.

BRUGGE


Brugge station (Bruges)

Bruges' main railway station is the focus of lines to the Belgian coast. It also provides at least hourly trains to all other major cities in Belgium, as well as to Lille, France. Further there are several regional and local trains.

Address: Stationsplein 5, 8000 Bruges

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Tourist Information and assistance
  • ATM's
  • Toilets
  • Food outlets

Getting there by Train:
Direct trains to and from Brussels leave every 30 minutes during the day.

BRUXELLES MIDI


Brussels Midi (Bruxelles-Midi/Zuid)


Brussels-Midi station is the south station for Brussels city. The is one of the busiest because apart from intercity trains, the metro and trams there are also international high-speed train platforms for Eurostar and Thalys which have their ticket offices there as well. The complex itself is modern and contains a food court, cafes and chocolatiers.

Address: Frankrijkstraat 85, 1060 Sint-Gillis, Belgium

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Information and assistance
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Shops
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets with baby change facilities

Getting by Metro:
The recently revamped Brussels Metro now offers a range of new direct links from Midi station.

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BUDAPEST KELENFOE


Budapest Kelenfoe Station

Budapest Kelenfoe (Kelenföld) train station is a station outside of Budapest city centre.

Please note: this is not the main train station in Budapest. The main train station is Budapest Keleti station.

Address: Budaörsi út 1083 Budapest

BUDAPEST KELETI P


Budapest Keleti pu Station

Budapest Keleti pu is the main Budapest Eastern Railway Station. It is the largest railway station in Budapest and a major point of arrival and departure for tourists visiting Budapest and other parts of Eastern Europe. Over 70% of all Intercity services depart from Keleti Station, allowing for comfortable travel to other major destinations like Vienna and Prague.

Address: Dohány utcai Zsinagóga VII. Dohány u. 2-8, Pest, Budapest

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • Information and assistance
  • ATMs
  • Shops
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets

Getting there by Metro:
This station is located in the Eastern part of Budapest at Keleti Pályaudvar metro station - M2 metro line (red line)

CALAIS FRETHUN


Calais Frethun

Calais Fréthun is the first point of arrival on the continental side of the Eurostar route, passengers can alight here to connect onto the SNCF or TGV Nord services.

Address: Gare TGV de Calais Frethun

Station Facilities

  • Restaurant, Cash machines.
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)

 

 

CALAIS VILLE


Calais Ville

Calais-Ville is a mainline railway station serving the town of Calais in northern France. The station is located in the centre of Calais, and is one of two serving the town (the other being Calais-Fréthun in the suburbs).

Address: GARE SNCF 46 Avenue Wilson 62 100 CALAIS

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents, Left Luggage.
  • Waiting Lounge.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • This Station has a WiFi hotspot.

 

CARDIFF CENTRAL


Cardiff Central

It is the largest and busiest station in Cardiff itself and in Wales. It is one of the major stations of the British rail network, being the tenth busiest station in the United Kingdom outside of London (30th busiest overall), based on 2007/08 total entries and exits.

Address: Central Square, Cardiff, CF10 1 EP

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Registered baggage service
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • First Class Lounges

Getting There

By Train:
Cardiff Central is a Grade II listed building managed by Arriva Trains Wales who also operate services to West Wales, Holyhead and Manchester.

Getting there Fom Cardiff Airport:
The nearest railway station to the airport is Rhoose Cardiff International Airport railway station on the Vale of Glamorgan Line, linked by a free shuttle bus to the departures terminal. Arriva Trains Wales provides regular services to Cardiff Central Station and Bridgend, connecting it to the South Wales Main Line.

DEN HAAG HS


The Hague (Den Haag Hollands Spoor station)

The Den Haag station is the oldest railway station in The Hague, Netherlands. It was opened in 1843. This line was further extended to Rotterdam in 1847. The railway station was named after the Hollandsche IJzeren Spoorweg-Maatschappij, the company that operated the railway station.

Address: Stationsplein 25, Den Haag 2515

Station Facilities

Left luggage
Waiting rooms
Lost and found
ATM's
Information and assistance
Toilets
Restaurants

Getting there by Train:
There are generally 2 direct services per hour from Brussels to The Hague. The journey typically takes just over 2 hours.

DIJON VILLE


Dijon Ville

Dijon is located approximately one hour and 40 minutes southeast of Paris by the TGV high-speed train (LGV Sud-Est) via Gare de Lyon. By car, it is about three hours from Paris. For comparison, Lyon is 180 km (110 mi) away and two hours distant - although there is no high-speed train link between both cities. Nice takes about six hours by TGV and Strasbourg about three hours at regular train speed.

Address: 15, cour de la gare 21000 Dijon

Station Facilities

  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents, Left Luggage.
  • Tourist Office (hours vary)
  • Waiting Lounge.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)

 

 

DUESSELDORF HBF


Duesseldorf Hbf (Düsseldorf Hauptbahnhof)

Dusseldorf Hbf station is frequented by approximately 250,000k passengers per day and is therefore Germany's fourth busiest station. All modes of rail transport are offered on the 20 main line tracks, including InterCityExpress, InterCity, EuroCity trains for long distance travel and overnight trains as well as Regional and S-Bahn services for regional distribution.


Address: Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 1 440210

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

Getting there by S-Bahn:
Frequent S-Bahn trains run to and from the Dusseldorf Airport Terminal station into Dusseldorf Hbf.

EDINBURGH


Edinburgh Waverley

Edinburgh Waverley railway station, is the main train station in the Edinburgh, located in the centre of the city. It is the second-largest main line railway station in the United Kingdom in terms of area. It is the northern terminus of the East Coast Main Line, and the terminus of the Edinburgh branch of the West Coast Main Line. It is the second-busiest railway station in Scotland.

Address: Waverley Railway Station, Edinburgh, EH1 1BB

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Currency exchange
  • First Aid
  • Toilets
  • Food outlets
  • Wifi Coverage

Getting there by Train:
Buses stop in Princes Street, which is accessed by the Waverley Bridge exit.

FIRENZE S M N


Florence S.M.N (Firenze Santa Maria Novella)

Florence's main train station, Firenze Santa Maria Novella, is located in the center of Florence. Most tourist attractions are within walking distance of this station.

Address: Piazzale Della Stazione 50123 Florence

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, gift shops, ATMs
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers
  • Left Luggage
  • Lost Property
  • Club Eurostar
  • Information and assistance

Getting There

Getting there from Galileo Galilei Airport and Amerigo Vespucci:
From Galileo Galilei Airport in Pisa an Express train runs six times a day (three on Sunday); further frequencies available by changing trains at Pisa Central. For Amerigo Vespucci Airport in Florence, Route 62 from the airport runs every half hour or there is a large taxi rank at the front and side of the station.

FRANKFURT FLUG FE


Frankfurt am Main Flughafen Fernbahnhof

Frankfurt am Main Flughafen Fernbahnhof (Frankfurt Airport long distance railway station) is a railway station that connects Frankfurt Airport to mostly ICE services following the Cologne-Frankfurt high-speed rail line. There are two railway stations at Frankfurt Airport; one for regional trains and one for long distance trains. Frankfurt Airport Regional station at Terminal 1 provides access to the S-Bahn lines S8 and S9 which depart every 15 minutes during the day.

Address: Frankfurt am Main Flughafen Fernbahnhof 60549 Frankfurt

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

Getting there by Train:
Direct services leave from Frankfurt Main station every 15 minutes, and only take 11 minutes.
A direct ICE services runs to Frankfurt Airport from Cologne HBF.

FRANKFURT FLUG FE


Frankfurt Flughafen

Frankfurt's Airport station, connects Frankfurt to the airport but is also a stop for trains throughout Germany and from France, Belguim and The Netherlands.

Station Facilites - All baggage facilites and exchange facilities are located across an undercover walk way over to Terminal 1 of the airport.

Parking is available next to station.

Eurail Aid Office is located within the station. Open 6am - 10pm.

Train connect to Frankfurt main station every 10 minutes.

 

FRANKFURT MAIN HB


Frankfurt HBF (Frankfurt Main Hauptbahnhof)

Frankfurt main train station is the busiest in the whole of Germany and situated on Poststrasse. You can get to the city center by underground (U_Bahn), the S-Bahn trains or by bus. The German railway network is not only very reliable but also modern, extensive and efficient.

Address: Frankfurt am Main 60329

Station Faclities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

Getting There

By Underground:
From Frankfurt Flughafen (Airport) is as simple as hopping on an S-Bahn services to Frankfurt Main station. There are approx 5 services per hour and it only takes 11 minutes.

GENEVE CFF


Geneva CFF (Geneve)

The central train station, Geneve CCF (Geneva-Cornavin) is a fairly busy station. With rail links to the airport, international trains coming in from France, Germany and Italy, as well as regional trains coming and going to almost every main city in Switzerland, Geneve CFF is a hub for most train services on the Swiss network.

Address: 1201 GenevaPlace Cornavin

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Food outlets
  • Bicycle rental
  • Information and assistance

Getting There

By Train:
Direct services to Geneve run from Paris, Zurich, Bern, Basel, Lausanne, Olten and Lyon

Getting there from Geneve Airport:
It takes only 6 minutes from/to Geneva city centre by train. Trains run every 12 minutes in peak hours. The airport railway station has direct access to the airport Check-in and Arrival levels. All trains stop at Geneva-CFF.

GENOVA PIAZZA PRI


Genova Piazza Principe (Genoa)


This is Genova's main station. Principe station is connected to the second main station of Genova, Brignole, by a long tunnel. Principe is on the west side, close to the port, the university and the historical centre.

Address: Piazza Acquaverde 16126 Genoa

Station Facilities

  • Information and Assistance
  • Baggage Storage
  • Toilets
  • Currency Exchange

GENT SINT PIETERS


Gent-Sint-Pieters (Ghent)

Gent Sint Pieters is the main station in Gent. When arriving in Ghent you will soon realize the actual city centre is a car free area. On weekends, night buses provide free transportation through the night.

Address: Koningin Maria Hendrikaplein 9000 Ghent

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • Lost and found
  • ATMs
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets

Getting there by Train:
Direct services run from Brussels run 1/2 hourly, and only take 30 minutes.

GLASGOW CENTRAL


Glasgow Central

Glasgow Central is the main train station in Glasgow. It is the northern terminus of the West Coast Main Line, and was opened by the Caledonian Railway in 1879. It is the busiest railway station in the United Kingdom outside London.

Address: Gordon Street Glasgow G1 3SL

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • First aid office
  • British transport police
  • Currency exchange
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • Wifi coverage
  • ATMs

Getting there by bus:
There is an inter station bus stop in Gordon Street. The airport bus leaves from Waterloo Street (Hope Street exit). There are bus stops in Gordon and Hope Street.

HAMBURG HBF


Hamburg Hbf (Hamburg Hauptbahnhof)

Hamburg Hbf (Hauptbahnhof) station is a major transportation hub, connecting long distance trains, like the some Intercity-Express lines, to the subway system of the Hamburg U-Bahn and S-Bahn. it is situated in the city centre, in the Hamburg-Mitte borough. A part of the building is also a shopping centre.

Address: Hachmannplatz 16, 20099 Hamburg

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

HANNOVER HBF


Hannover Hbf (Hannover Hauptbahnhof)

Hannover Hbf is the main station of Hannover. It serves up to 622 trains per date and connects the north-south ICE lines from Hamburg to Munich with the west-east lines from Dortmund and Cologne towards Berlin.

Address: Ernst-August-Platz 1 30179 Hannover

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

Getting there by Train:
Regular ICE services run into Hannover Hbf from most major cities.

 

HEIDELBERG HBF


Heidelberg Hbf (Heidelberg Hauptbahnhof)

Heidelberg Hbf is the main station in Heidelberg. Located just southeast of Mannheim, it is a short trip from Stuttgard, Karlsruhe, Mainz, Frankfurt and Strasbourg.

Address: Willy-Brandt-Platz 05Db Reisezentrum

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

Getting there by Train:
ICE and Intercity trains operate to and from Heidelberg station, making it easy to get to Heidelberg from most surrounding cities.

HELSINKI


Helsinki

This is Helsinki's main station; it is a landmark in the central city and a main point for all transport.

The station can be recognised by the big green clock tower and the two statues holding spherical lamps on either side of the main entrance.

Helsinki airport is located 20km from the station, there is a bus passengers can take from the airport which will drop them off at the bus stop across the road from the station. To the left side of the station there is also a Taxi rank.

Passengers can also enquire about Visa in this station for Russia.

Address: Asema-aukio, 00100 Helsinki Stationsplatsen, 00100 Helsingfors

Station Facilities

  • Information and Assistance
  • Baggage Storage and Left luggage storage
  • Toilets with baby change area
  • Currency Exchange and ATM
  • Cafés, restaurants and pubs
  • Pharmacy and clothing boutiques
  • Raised platform for wheelchair access.

INNSBRUCK HBF


Innsbruck Hbf (Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof)

Innsbruck Hbf, the most important railway station of Innsbruck and Tyrol, is one of the busiest railway stations in Austria. The Austrian east-west railway crosses the south-west route through the Brenner pass, connecting northern Italy and southern Germany.

Address: Sudtirolerplatz 3 6020 Innsbruck

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Food outlets
  • ATM's
  • Toilets
  • Information and assistance

Getting there from Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport:
There is a regular bus service bus rout F, from the airport to the main railway station in the centre of Innsbruck which runs late into the evening.


INTERLAKEN OST


Interlaken Ost

Address: Untere Bönigstrasse 5 3800 Interlaken

Interlaken Ost, also known as Interlaken East railway station is the main station in the town of Interlaken, Switzerland. The other railway station of the city is Interlaken West. Most trains stop at both railway stations, which are only 1.5 km apart. The Interlaken Ost railway station is more precisely found on the south-east of Lake Brienz. Trains from major Swiss cities like Zurich, Geneva, Basel, Bern and Lucerne call at Interlaken Ost.

Station facilities

  • Information Point
  • Ticket Office
  • Toilets
  • Phone cabins.

Getting there

  • Local trains & subway: There are no subways in the town of Interlaken. However, travellers can take a boat trip from Interlaken Ost to Brienz.
  • Buses: Commute between Interlaken’s railway stations by using Line 102 or 103.
  • Taxis: Taxis are available outside station.
  • Airport: Interlaken has a small airport, which is not used for international flights.

KOEBENHAVN H


Copenhagen Central Station (Københavns Hovedbanegård, København H)

Copenhagen Central Station is the largest train station in Denmark, located in Copenhagen. The station is served by InterCity and regional trains as well as S-trains. It has 13 tracks, and various shops and food outlets.

Address: Bernstorffsgade 16-22, 1577 Copenhagen

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Various food outlets
  • Various stores and shops
  • Toilets
  • ATM's
  • Currency exchange

Getting there from Copenhagen Airport:
Direct Regional services run from Copenhagen Airport to Copenhagen Central every 10 minutes, with the journey only taking 12 minutes.

KOELN HBF


Cologne Hbf(Köln Hauptbahnhof)

The station is an important local, national and international hub, with many fast trains calling through there, as well as regional and local S-Bahn trains. On an average day, about 250,000 travellers frequent the station, leaving it tied with Hanover and Düsseldorf for fifth busiest station in Germany.

Address: 50668 Cologne, Germany

Station Faclities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

 

KRAKOW GL OSOBOWY


Kraków Main station (Krakow Glowny)

The main station in Krakow is located next to a shopping mall, and due to its central location it only takes a very short walk before you're right in the middle of the action.

Address: Jan Nowak-Jezioranski 1, Cracow

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • Tourist information and assistance
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATM's

Getting there From John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice:
Direct trains cover the route between Kraków Main station and the airport in 16 minutes,

LA SPEZIA CENTRAL


La Spezia Central

La Spezia Central is at the southern point of the Cinque Terra, and it quite a popular start point for most Cinque Terra holidays. This station is home to both regional and fast train services running both North and South.

Address: 19122 La Spezia SP, Italy

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange,
  • ATMs
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets .
  • Waiting Lounge

Getting There

By Train:
Direct regional and premier trains run from Pisa to La Spezia frequently throughout the day.

LAUSANNE


Lausanne

Lausanne is located approximately 50 km northeast of Geneva. It is the capital of the canton of Vaud and of the district of Lausanne. The headquarters of the International Olympic Committee are located in Lausanne.

Address: 1003 LausanneRue Etraz

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Travel agency
  • Information and assistance
  • Bicycle rental
  • Lost and found

Getting There

By Train:
Direct trains run frequently from Geneve, Bern, Olter, Zurich and Paris.

LILLE EUROPE


Lille Europe

Lille-Europe is a train station station in Lille, France. This station is primarily used for high-speed Eurostar and TGV services although some regional trains also call at the station.

Address: 1, Place François Mitterrand 59777

Station Facilities

  • Cash machine, Cafés, Newsagents, Left Luggage.
  • Waiting Lounge
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.

LILLE FLANDRES


Lille Flandres

Lille-Flandres is the main station of the city of Lille, France. It is a terminus for SNCF Intercity and regional trains and was named Flandres in 1993 when Lille-Europe station opened

Address: Place des Buisses 59000 Lille

Station Facilities

  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents, left Luggage.
  • Waiting Lounge.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)

 

 

LISBOA ORIENTE


Lisbon Oriente Station

As one of the most stunning modern sights in Lisbon, Lisbon Oriente station will soon be expanded to become the main terminal of the high speed train service planned for Lisbon, and as the city's first stop for the train arriving from the future Lisbon Airport to be built across the river.

Address: Oriente, Av. Dom João II 1990 Lisbon

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • Police
  • Shopping area
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets

Getting there from Lisbon Airport:
From Lisbon Airport, you can catch the number 44 bus Lisboa Oriente, outside the airport. The trip takes approximately 7 minutes and the ticket can be bought on the bus.

LISBOA SANTA APOL


Lisbon Santa Apolónia Station

Trains for the north of Portugal as well as for France and Madrid use this terminus. This is the starting point for most international trains, and where they end their journeys in Lisbon. The station is a short walk from downtown, but is also well served by buses and taxis that line up outside.

Address: 2-52 R. dos Caminhos de Ferro , Lisbon 1100

Station Facilities

  • Tourist information and assistance
  • Currency exchange
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets

LIVERPOOL LIME S


Liverpool Lime Street

Liverpool Lime Street station is situated on Lime Street and is a mainline and underground station which serves the city centre. The station lies on a branch of the West Coast Main Line from London Euston, and on the Wirral Line of the Merseyrail network.

Address: Lime Street, Liverpool L1 1JD

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost property
  • Transport police
  • Toilets
  • Food outlets/Pubs
  • First Aid
  • Wifi Coverage

Getting there by underground:
The underground system called Merseyrail, can be accessed from the Main Line Station via the escalator.

Getting there from Liverpool John Lennon Airport:
A dedicated bus stop for Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located on Skelhorne Street; opposite the station entrance. Accessible buses are used on this service.

LJUBLJANA.


Ljubljana Railway Station

Ljubljana train station is the main railway station in Ljubljana and located at the northern edge of downtown, within walking distance of most hotels.

Address: 6 Trg Osvobodilne Fronte, Ljubljana 1000

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Tourist information and assistance
  • ATMs
  • Currency exchange
  • Toilets
  • Food outlets

Getting there by Bus:
Bus service no.28 operates to and from Ljubljana bus station and runs about every hour. The journey takes 45 minutes. The bus station in Ljubljana is small and situated immediately in front of the railway station.

LONDON EUSTON


London Euston

Euston station (official name London Euston), is a major railway station to the north of central London in the London Borough of Camden and is the sixth busiest rail terminal in London (by entries and exits). It is one of 18 British railway stations managed by Network Rail, and is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line. Euston is the main rail gateway from London to the West Midlands, the North West, North Wales and Scotland.

Address: Euston Road, London, Greater London, NW1 2RT

Station Faclities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Registered baggage service
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers
  • Left Luggage area, leave you luggage for around 10 pounds for the day.

Getting There

By Underground:
London Euston is served by the Victoria and Northern Lines

By Bus:
There are several Bus routes leaving and arriving a stone's throw from London Euston

Getting there from Heathrow Airport:
Take the Underground, take the Piccadilly Line to Green Park, change to the Victoria Line and head to London Euston

LONDON KING S CRO


London Kings Cross

King's Cross railway station, also known as London King's Cross, or just simply King's Cross, is a major railway terminus opened in 1852. The station is located on the edge of Central London, on junction of the A501 Euston Road and York Way, in the Kings Cross district and within the London Borough of Camden on the border of the London Borough of Islington.

Address: Kings Cross Station, Euston Road London N1 9AL

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Registered baggage service
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers
  • Harry Potter fans (head to Platform 9 and 3/4's).

Getting There

By Underground:
London Kings Cross is served by the Northern, Victoria, Piccadilly, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.

By Bus:
There are several bus routes leaving and arriving a stone's throw from Kings Cross Station.

Getting there from Heathrow Airport:
Take the Piccadilly line straight through to Kings Cross

LONDON PADDINGTON


London Paddington


London Paddington station, also known as London Paddington, or just simply Paddington, is a major National Rail and London Underground station complex in the Paddington area near central London, England.

Address: Praed Street London, Greater London, W2 1HQ

Station Faclities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Registered baggage service
  • Wireless internet access
  • Waiting Lounge for all Travelers
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Separate Lounge for First Class Travelers
  • Take a seat next to good old Paddington Bear

Getting There

By Underground:
London paddington is served by the Bakerloo, Districts, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines

By Bus:
There are several Bus Routes leaving and Arriving a stone's throw from London Paddington

Getting There from Heathrow Airport:
Take the Heathrow Express straight into London Paddington.

LONDON ST-PANCRAS


London St-Pancras

Address: St Pancras International Pancras Road, London, NW1

Eurostars brand-new central London terminal is pretty swish. This newly renovated Victorian station will be a destination in its own right with boutique shopping, a champagne bar and a daily farmers’ market (definitely worth arriving a few minutes early to take a quick look before making your way to the Continent).

Station facilities

  • World-class brasserie, Europe’s longest champagne bar, and a daily farmers’ market.
  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines (basically everything you need at a terminal but forgot about/lost on the way).
  • Our ticket office (open daily; Opens 1 hour before first departure, closes at 9pm) Travel Centre, group welcome desk, special assistance desk and self-service ticket collection machines.
  • Registered baggage service.
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Lounge facilities open to all travellers.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Separate lounge for Business Premier and Eurostar carte blanche holders.

Getting there

By tube
St Pancras International is served by the Northern, Victoria, Piccadilly, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines.

By bus
There are several bus routes leaving and arriving a stone’s throw from St Pancras International.

By car
The car park at St Pancras International is operated by NCP and situated on Pancras Road, under the domestic station to the rear of St. Pancras International. At the moment, due to the building work in the area, the quickest route to access the Eurostar check-in from the car park is to walk along Pancras road, which takes around 10 minutes.

Don't worry about writing all this down because after you've made your booking you can find extensive details about London St Pancras in the Eurostar section of our website.

LONDON VICTORIA


London Victoria Station

London Victoria is a major London Underground, National Rail and coach station in the City of Westminster. It is the second busiest railway terminus in London (and the UK) after Waterloo. It is in Travelcard Zone 1. It is named after the British monarch Queen Victoria.

Address: Victoria Street, London, Greater London, SW1V 1JU

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Wireless internet access
  • Lounge facilities open to all travellers
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Right next door is the London Victoria Coach Station
  • Victoria offers the Gatwick Express, A non-stop 30 minute rail transfer between Gatwick Airport and London Victoria Station. Services depart every 15 minutes during peak periods and hourly throughout the evening.

Getting There

By Underground:
London Victoria is served by the Circle, District and Victoria Lines

By Bus:
There are several Bus routes leaving and arriving a stone's throw from London Victoria

Getting there from Heathrow Airport:
Take the Underground, The Piccadilly Line to South Kensington, then change and take either the District or Circle Lines to London Victoria.

LUZERN


Lucerne (Luzern)

The Lucerne railway station is a major hub of the Swiss rail network. It is a terminal station serving domestic and international traffic on several rail lines. The lines from the east pass to the north of Lucerne and then join the lines from the north and the west and pass to the west of Lucerne before turning to approach the station from the south.

Address: 6003 LuzernZentral Strasse

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Food outlets
  • Bicycle rental

Getting There

By Train:
Inter Regional direct trains run from both Olten and Zurich to Lucerne 2 - 3 times an hour, and take approximately 50 minutes.

LYON PART DIEU


Lyon Part Dieu

Lyon Part-Dieu railway station is the primary train station for metropolitan Lyon, France. It is one of the most important railway hubs in Europe.

Address: 5, Place Charles Béraudier 69003 Lyon

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, left luggage, ATMs
  • Wireless internet access
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Waiting rooms.

LYON-SAINT EXUPER


LYON-SAINT EXUPER

Connecting the city of Lyon with the 4th busiest airport in France. Located 20km from the city centre, train is the perfect way to connect the airport with the rest of Lyon and France.

Address: Colombier-Saugnieu, France

Station Facilities:

Station is only small but all facilities inside airport are a short walk away.

  • Rental car companies are right near station.
  • Taxi drop off and pick up zone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MADRID ATOCHA


Madrid Atocha Station (Estación de Atocha)

Madrid Atocha Station is the largest railway station in Madrid. It is the primary station serving commuter trains, intercity, regional trains from the south, and the AVE high speed trains from Barcelona and Seville.

Address: Plaza del Emperador Carlos V, 28012 Madrid

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • Information and assistance

Getting there by Metro from Madrid Barajas International Airport:
From Madrid Barajas International Airport, trains run between 6:00 am and 1:45 am every day. Metro Line 8 runs towards the centre, but passengers have to change at Mar de Cristal (Line 4) to reach the most central destinations. There is no direct airport link to the main rail network.

 

MADRID CHAMARTIN


Madrid Chamartín

Madrid Chamartin station hosts the railway networks connecting Madrid and the north-western Spain, the AVE trains from Madrid to Segovia and Valladolid, and also commuter rail. There are also connections with Atocha station. Under the railway station there is a Metro Station linking with lines 1 and 10 of the Madrid Metro, for travelling to Madrid city centre.

Address: Calle de Agustín de Foxá 28036, Madrid

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Tourist information
  • Food outlets
  • Various shops and services
  • Hotel
  • Bowling
  • Toilets

Getting there by Metro:
Madrid Chamartin in also a metro station, so connecting to the rest of the city is quick and easy.

MALMO CENTRAL


Malmö Central Station

Malmö Central Station is the main terminus railway station in Malmö, Sweden. Malmö has international train connections with Copenhagen, Oslo and Berlin. Travel from Malmö to Stockholm takes only 4 hours on the high-speed train.

Address: Skeppsbron, 21120 Malmö

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Various food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATMs

MANCHESTER PICC


Manchester Piccadilly

One of 18 British railways stations managed by Network Rail, It is the largest and Busiest of the five city Railways in Central machester/Salford, the others being Manchester Victoria, Salford central, Deansgate and Manchester Oxford Road.

Address: 9th Floor , Piccadilly Tower, Piccadilly Station, Manchester, M60 7RA.

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Registered baggage service
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers

Getting There

By Train:
Manchester Piccadilly station is the principal railway station of Manchester in England. It serves intercity routes to London Euston, Birmingham New Street, South Wales and the south coast of England, Edinburgh and Glasgow Central in Scotland, and routes throughout northern England.

Getting there from Manchester Airport:
Manchester Airport railway station, opened in May 1993, forms part of The Station and is located between Terminals 1 and 2. It is linked to the terminals using a Skylink moving walkway. Trains are operated either by Northern Rail or TransPennine Express and connect the airport to Manchester Piccadilly Station.

MANNHEIM HBF


Mannheim Hbf

Mannheim Hbf (Hauptbahnhof) is the central railway station of Mannheim. It is the second largest traffic hub in southwestern Germany after Stuttgart Hbf, with 658 trains a day, including 238 long-distance trains. 100,000 passengers embark, disembark or transfer between trains at the station each day

Address: Hauptbahnhof 15, 68161 Mannheim

Station Faclities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

MARNE LA VAL CHES


Marne la Vallee-Chessy-Disney

Connecting Paris, London and other cities direct to Disney Land. Marne La Val is not only connected by Paris RER trains but daily services from London on the Eurostar. TGV trains arrive from Charles De Gaulle in under 10 minutes.

Address: place des Passagers du Vent, 77700, Disneyland Paris

Station facilities

  • Food and drink avilable
  • Money Exchange, Post Office, Tourist Office.
  • Parking avilable
  • Luggage lockers
  • Wifi
  • Toilets

 

 

 

MARSEILLE ST CHAR


Marseille Saint Charles

Marseille Saint Charles is the main railway station of Marseille. It is a terminus and opened on 8 January 1848, having been built for the PLM on the land of the Saint Charles Cemetery. The station is perched on top of a small hill and is linked to the city centre by a monumental set of stairs.

Address: Square Narvik 13232 Marseille Cedex 1

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, ATM's
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers

 

MILANO CENTRALE


Milan Central (Milano Centrale)

Milan Central is the main railway station in Milan. It is Italy's second-largest station in terms of size and traffic volume, with 2 metro lines, buses and trams, this is an extremely busy station.

Address: Piazza Duca d'Aosta, Milan

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Lost Property
  • Police
  • Information and Assistance
  • Bank services
  • Toilets
  • Tourist Information
  • Club Eurostar

Getting There

Getting there from Milan Melpensa International Airport:
There is an option of Shuttle bus, taxi or Melpensa Express to and from Milan Central from the Milan Melpensa Airport which takes approx 40 minutes and leaves roughly every 30 minutes.This station is centrally located, so you will not have any problem getting there if you instruct your taxi driver to go to Milan Centrale.

MILANO P GARIBAL


Milan Porta Garibaldi

Porta Garibaldi has 12 terminal platforms looking north-west and 8 through platforms going from north-west to the aforementioned Garibaldi Tunnel, thus connecting the station to Milano Lambrate, Milano Greco Pirelli, and recently to Milano Centrale as well, thanks to the passantino link. This link is being used by four Frecciarossa high speed trains. It also is the train station for NTV trains.


Address: Piazza Sigmund Freud, 1 20124 Milan, Italy

Station Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Shopping
  • Pharmacy
  • Market
  • Banks
  • Restrooms

Getting from Milan Centrale to Porta Garibaldi

By Train:

Milan Porta Garibaldi is directly connected to Metro with Porta Garibaldi Metro station directly beneath the mainline station. Milan Centrale F.S (Ferrovie di Stato it's located at the mainline railway station) is only 2 stops away on Metro line 2 (the green line!).

By Taxi:

The stations are very close. A 5 minute taxi ride can get you between the two.

To Malpensa Airport:

Malpensa Express train service every 30 minutes to/from Malpensa Airport.

MONTPELLIER ST-ROCH


Montpellier St Roch

Saint-Roch is the main railway station in Montpellier, France. The station was formerly known as Gare de Montpellier, but since March 2005 it bears the name of Saint Roch,

Address: Place Auguste Gibert BP 51238 34011 Montpellier cedex 1

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents, Jeweller.
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Waiting room.

 

MUENCHEN HBF


Munich Hbf (München Hauptbahnhof)

München Hbf is the main station of Munich, Germany.The station sees about 350,000 passengers a day which puts it on par with other large stations in Germany such as Hamburg and Frankfurt Hbf.

Address: Arnulfstraße 80335 Munich, Germany

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

NAPOLI CENTRALE


Naples Central (Napoli Centrale)

This Naples station serves as the main departure station for Naples and Southern Italy.  The lower level of the station includes the Piazza Garibaldi and Circumvesuviana annexes (the latter serving private local trains to Pompei and Sorrento). 

Address: Piazza Garibaldi, 80142 Naples

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Railway Police
  • Toilets
  • Tourist Information
  • Bank Services
  • Club Eurostar
  • Getting There

Getting there from Naples Capodichino Airport:
Direct bus services run to and from Naples Central to the airport every 15 - 20 minutes. Taxis are also available.

NICE VILLE


Nice Ville

Nice Ville is the main station in Nice, France. The station has been remodelled several times but always kept its original style of Arles stone sculptures and forged steel rooftop. It has remained in its original condition since its opening although modern equipment has been installed to welcome the arrival of the TGV Sud-Est. Before the arrival of the TGV, the station was host to several other prestigious express trains: Côte d'Azur Pullman Express, the Train Bleu and the Mistral.

Address: Avenue Thiers BP 1463 06008 Nice Cedex 1

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, Cash machine, Restaurant, Left Luggage.
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Tourist information, (office hours vary)
  • Toliets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Waiting Rooms.

NUERNBERG HBF


Nuremberg Hbf (Nürnberg)

Nürnberg Hauptbahnhof is a stop for IC and ICE trains on the German long-distance railway network. The Nuremberg-Munich High-Speed line with 300 km/h operation opened May 28 2006. Travel times to Munich have been reduced to as little as one hour.

Address: Königstraße, 90402 Altstadt und Engere Innenstadt

Station Faclities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

ODENSE


Odense Station (Danish: Odense Banegård Center)

Odense Station ( Odense Banegård Center) is the main railway station of the city of Odense, Denmark. Situated as a major station on the Copenhagen-Fredericia/Taulov line, it is also a terminus for Svendborgbanen (Southern Denmark).

Address: Østre Stationsvej 27, 5000 Odense, Denmark

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Information and assistance
  • Various food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATMs

Getting there by Train:
Trains run direct to and from Copenhagen at least once an hour and take approximately 1 hour and a half.

OSLO S


Oslo Central Station (Oslo sentralstasjon)

Oslo Central Station (Oslo sentralstasjon) is the main railway station in Oslo and the largest railway station on the entire Norwegian railway system.Oslo S is also Norway's largest transport hub, served by buses, trams and subway.

Address: Jernbanetorget 1, 0154 Oslo

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Information and assistance
  • Waiting rooms
  • Toielts
  • Food outlets
  • Luggage trolleys
  • Lifts

Getting there from Oslo Airport Station:
Oslo Airport Station is located 48 kilometres from Oslo S. There is a single bus route, and several coach services, to and from the airport.

PALERMO CENTRALE


Palermo Centrale

Palermo Centrale is one of the oldest Italian stations still in use. The original structure, which was destroyed during the last war, featured a large iron and glass canopy roof with elegant lines, supported by sickle-shaped trusses, that extended over the tracks.

Address: Piazza Giulio Cesare 90127 Palermo

Station Facilities

  • Information and Assistance
  • Left Luggage
  • Lost Property
  • Parking
  • Railway Police
  • Special Assistance
  • Tickets
  • Toilets
  • Waiting Room

Getting There

By metro train:
There is train station at Palermo Airport which has regular trains running to Palermo city which takes about 40 minutes. Otherwise there are shuttle buses and taxi's to and from Palermo Centrale.

PARIS AUSTERLITZ


Paris Gare Austerlitz.

The Gare d'Austerlitz (Austerlitz Station) is one of the six large terminus railway station in Paris. It is situated on the left bank of the Seine in the southeastern part of the city, in the XIIIe arrondissement.

Address: Place Valhulbert, 13th Arrondissement.

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers

Getting There

By metro, bus and tram:
Gare Austerlitz is served by both metro and RER lines (metro tickets can be used on the high-speed RER inside Paris) as well as a number of bus routes. Interchange with metro lines 5 & 10 and RER Lines C.

Getting there from Paris Charles de Gaulle:
Take RER Line B to St-Michel Notre-Dame. Change and take RER Line C to Paris Austerlitz.There are alternative routes.

PARIS BERCY


Paris Bercy

Paris Bercy railway station is mainly used for metro services and overnight trains to Rome. It also specialises in "auto-trains", which transport traveller's vehicles, such as cars, motorbikes, scooters and so on. The station itself is quite small compared to other main Paris stations.

Address: 48 bis boulevard de Bercy 75012 PARIS

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, gift shop, ATMs.
  • Wireless internet access
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Waiting rooms.

Getting there by metro, bus and tram:
Paris Bercy is served by metro lines (metro tickets can be used on the high-speed RER inside Paris) as well as a number of bus routes. Interchange with Metro lines 6 & 14.

Getting there From Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport:
Take RER Line B to Chatelet Les Halles, change, and take line 14 to Paris Bercy, There are alternative routes.

PARIS EST


Paris The Gare de Est

The Gare de l'Est ("East station" in English) is one of the six large SNCF termini in Paris. It is in the 10th arrondissement, not far from the Gare du Nord, facing the boulevard de Strasbourg, part of the north-south axis of Paris created by Baron Haussmann. It is one of the largest and the oldest railway stations in Paris.

Address: Place du 8 Mai 1945, 10th Arrondissement

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop, left luggage and cash machines (basically everything you need at a terminal but forgot about/lost on the way).
  • Registered baggage service.
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Lounge facilities.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).

Getting There

By metro, bus and tram:
Paris Est is served by both metro and RER lines (metro tickets can be used on the high-speed RER inside Paris) as well as a number of bus routes. Interchange with metro lines 4, 5 & 7.

Getting there From Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport:
Take RER Line B to Paris Gare Du Nord then change and and take Line 5 to Paris Gare D'st. There are alternate routes.

PARIS GARE LYON


Paris Gare Lyon

The Gare de Lyon is one of the six large railway termini in Paris, France. It is named after the city of Lyon, a stop for many long-distance trains departing here, most en route to the south of France. In general the station's SNCF services run to the south and east of France. The station also hosts regional trains and the RER. It is served by the Gare de Lyon metro station.

Address: 20 Boulevard Diderot, 12th Arrondissement.

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop and cash machines (basically everything you need at a terminal but forgot about/lost on the way).
  • Automatic Lockers
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Lounge facilities.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).

Getting There

By metro, bus and tram:
Gare du Lyon is served by both metro and RER lines (metro tickets can be used on the high-speed RER inside Paris) as well as a number of bus routes. Interchange with metro lines 1 & 14 and RER lines D & B.

Getting there From Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport:
Take RER Line B to Gare Du Nord, change and get the RER Line D to Paris Gare Du Lyon. There are alternative routes.

PARIS MONTPARNASSE


Paris Montparnasse

Paris Montparnasse is one of the six large terminus train stations of Paris, located in the Montparnasse area.The station is used for the intercity TGV trains to destinations in the west and south-west of France including Tours, Bordeaux, Rennes and Nantes. Additionally, it is served by several suburban and regional services on the Transilien Paris - Montparnasse routes. There is also a metro station, and a high-speed moving walkway.

Address: Place R. Dautry, 15th Arrondissement.

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop, Lockers and cash machines (basically everything you need at a terminal but forgot about/lost on the way).
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Lounge facilities.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).

 

Getting there by metro, bus and tram:
Gare Montparnasse is served by metro lines (metro tickets can be used on the high-speed RER inside Paris) as well as a number of bus routes. Interchange with metro lines 4,6, 12 &13

Getting there From Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport:
Take RER Line B to Denfert Rochereau, change here and take Metro Line 6 to Gare Montparnasse, There are alternate routes.

PARIS NORD


Paris Gare Du Nord

In the heart of Paris, one metro stop from Anvers, for Montmartre and the Sacré-Coeur.

Address: Paris Gare du Nord, 18 Rue Dunkerque, Paris, 75010, France

Station facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop, left luggage and cash machines (basically everything you need at a terminal but forgot about/lost on the way).
  • Registered baggage service.
  • Wireless internet access.
  • Lounge facilities.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Separate lounge for Business Premier and Eurostar carte blanche holders.

Getting there

By metro, bus and tram
Gare du Nord is served by both metro and RER lines (metro tickets can be used on the high-speed RER inside Paris) as well as a number of bus routes. Interchange with metro lines 4 and 5; RER lines B, D and E.

By car
Gare du Nord is situated on the Rue de Dunkerque in the 10th arrondissement of the city.

Don't worry about writing all this down because after you've made your booking you can find extensive details about Paris Gare Du Nord in the Eurostar section of our website.

PISA CENTRALE


Pisa Centrale

Pisa Centrale is the main railway station. It connects Pisa directly with several other important Italian cities such as Rome, Genoa, Turin, Naples, Livorno, Grosseto and Florence.

Address: Piazza della Stazione 56125 Pisa (Toscana)

Station Facilities

  • Cafés
  • ATMs
  • Toilets
  • Information and assistance
  • Lost property

Getting There

Getting there from Pisa International Airport :
Pisa Airport, with 25 trains a day, is connected directly to Pisa Central Station. A lot of connections are available to all italian destinations, Florence included.

PORTO CAMPANHA


Porto Campanhã (Oporto Estação de Campanhã)

Porto is the main rail hub for northern Portugal. Long distance journeys depart from Campanha station. Most of the regional and interregional trains start from the gorgeous Sao Bento station though they also pass through Campanha.

Address:  Largo da Estação 4300-173 Porto

Station Facilities

Left Luggage
Waiting room
Information and assistance
ATM's
Food outlets
Toilets

Getting there From Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport:
Line Violeta of the metro has direct Airport -Campanhã Station services which take 33 minutes.

PRAHA HLAVNI NADR


Prague Main station (Praha hlavní nádraží, Praha hl.n)

Prague hl.n train station is the biggest and busiest railway station in the Czech Republic.

Address: Wilsonova 300/8, 11000 Prague

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • ATMs
  • Food outlets
  • Tourist information and assistance
  • Toilets

Getting there by Metro or Tram:
The station is served by the Prague Metro's Line C, and numerous tram routes call outside the station.

ROMA TERMINI


Rome Termini

Termini is the main hub for public transport inside Rome. Both current Rome Metro lines (A and B) intersect at Termini metro station, and a major bus station is located at Piazza Cinquecento, the square in front of the station.

Address: Piazza dei Cinquecento 00185 Rome

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Tourist information
  • Police
  • Bank services
  • Airport connections
  • Information & Assistance
  • Club Eurostar
  • Car Rental
  • Toilets

Getting There

Getting there from Rome Flumicino Airport:
Leonardo Express train from Rome Flumicino Airport runs every 30 minutes and takes about 31 minutes.

ROMA TIBURTINA


Rome Tiburtina

Roma Tiburtina is the second-largest railway station in Rome, after Roma Termini. Located in the north-eastern part of the city, it is being redeveloped as a hub for the Italian high speed rail services, which won't pass through Termini, as it is a terminal station

Address: Stazione Tiburtina, Via Guido Mazzoni, 00162 Rome, 00162

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, a currency exchange, newsagents, a gift shop ATMs
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities).
  • Waiting Lounge for all travelers

Getting There

By metro and bus:
Roma Tiburtina station is on Line B of the Rome metro. The station also features a large and important bus station. Across the piazza in front of the station you'll find the buses that depart for destinations all over Italy and abroad. The ticket offices are located nearby in the piazza around the corner on Circonvallazione Nomentana. From Termini, take Metro Line B to Tiburtina, or bus 649 to the end of the line.

SALZBURG HBF


Salzburg Hbf

Salzburg's main station is called the Salzburg Hauptbahnhof. It's located in the north on the right bank of the Salzach River at Südtirolerplatz. It is a 20 minute walk to the old city.

Address: Weiserstrasse 9 5020 Salzburg

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Currency exchange
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets

Getting there by bus:
You can get to and from the airport by train from the Salzburg Hauptbahnhof in 15-20 minutes. There is also a bus from the train station to the airport every 15 minutes (30 on Sundays and holidays).


SAN SEBASTIAN


San Sebastian

The main train station in San Sebastian is the Estacion del Norte. This station is an attraction itself as the canopy covering the platforms was designed by Gustave Eiffel, of the Eiffel Tower fame.


Address: Paseo Francia / Frantzia Pasealekua 22 20012 Donostia-San Sebastian,

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • Information and assistance

SEVILLA S JUSTA


Seville Santa Justa

Santa Justa is the main train station in Sevilla. This is where the AVE high speed train from Madrid terminates.

Address: Avda. de Kansas City Seville Andalusia

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • Information and assistance

 


ST PETERSBURG FINLANDSKI


St Petersburg Finlandski

This is one of the railway stations in St Petersburg, handling transport for northern destinations including Helsinki and Vyborg.

The waiting room is open 24 hours daily.

Address: 6 Lenin Square, St Petersburg, Russia

Station Facilities

  • Cafés
  • Newspaper, souvenir and grocery kiosks, shops
  • ATM
  • Porter service
  • Luggage lockers

STOCKHOLM CENTRAL


Stockholm Central Station

Stockholm Central Station (Stockholms centralstation, Stockholm C) is the largest railway station in Sweden.Today the station is not only the largest station in Sweden, but also the largest travel centre in the Nordic region with over 250,000 visitors daily.

Address: Klarabergsviadukten 72, Stockholm

Station Facilities

  • Currency exchange
  • Left luggage
  • Information and assistance
  • Various food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATMs

STUTTGART HBF


Stuttgart Hbf (Stuttgard Hauptbahnhof)

Stuttgart Hbf is the main station in Stuttgart. The station is well known for its 12-storey tower with a large, rotating and illuminated Mercedes-Benz star insignia on top.

Address: Arnulf-Klett-Platz Ladenpassage Gegenueber Gleis 14, 70173 Stuttgard

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Lost and found
  • Food outlets
  • Shops
  • DB Lounge
  • ATM's
  • Bicycle rental

TORINO PORTA NUOV


Torino Porta Nuova (Turin)

Located in corso Vittorio Emanuele II, it occupies a strategic position in the urban fabric and is the city's major hub for public transport lines; it will also be the intersection point for the metro line currently under construction. It hosts around 350 trains per day. The station is currently undergoing reconstuction that is due for completion in late 2009.

Address: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 10121 Turin

Station Facilities

  • Tourist Information
  • Bank Services
  • Information and Assistance
  • Left Luggage
  • Toilets

Getting There

By bus:
Bus service between downtown and Turin airport has several stops enroute including Porta Nuova railway station, Porta Susa railway station, via Borgaro, Borgaro and Caselle city centre.


Getting there From Turin Airport:
A railway links the Turin Airport to Turin Centrale which departs every 30 minutes from 5am - 9:45pm.

TOULOUSE MATABIAU


Toulouse Matabiau

Toulouse-Matabiau is the main railway station in Toulouse, southern France. It is located in the city centre and connected to the Toulouse Metro. Direct trains run to most parts of France, and to Andorra.

Address: 64, Boulevard Pierre Sémard BP 35203 31 079 Toulouse cedex 5

Station Facilities

  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents, Left Luggage.
  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Waiting Lounge
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)

 

TOURS


Tours

Today, with its extensive rail (including TGV) and autoroute links to the rest of the country, Tours is a jumping off point for tourist visits to the Loire Valley and the Royal Chateaux.

Address: Place du Général Leclerc 37000 Tours

Station Facilities

  • This station has a WiFi hotspot.
  • Cafés, Cash machine, Newsagents, Foreign exchange.
  • Toilets (with baby-changing facilities)
  • Waiting Lounge.

 

VENEZIA MESTRE


Venice Mestre

The Venice Mestre Train Station is located on the Italian mainland, directly across the channel from Venice Island.

Address: Piazzale P. Favretti 30171 Mestre (Venezia)

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Lost Property
  • Railway Police
  • Bank Services
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Information and Assistance

Getting There

By metro:
A shuttle train service connects Venice Mestre to Venice Santa Lucia which is located on the Island of Venice.  Train service between the two stations run several times per hour and generally only cost a couple of Euro.

VENEZIA S LUCIA


Venice St. Lucia (Venezia Santa Lucia)

The Venice Santa Lucia train station is the main station train travelers arrive and depart from in Venice. It is a modern building in the main city and is connected to the Grand Canal. The station is a great entrance to the antique city of Venice. This city of canals has attracted international tourists and high profile events throughout the years and should be a city you add to your travel itinerary.

Address: Fondamenta S. Lucia 30100 Venice

Station Facilities

  • Tourism office
  • Left luggage
  • Restrooms
  • Places to eat in the station
  • Currency Exchange
  • ATMs

Getting There

Getting there from Venice Marco Polo Airport:
Buses to and from Venice Marco Polo Airport run every 30 minutes Mon - Sat, and every 60 minutes on a Sunday.

VERONA PORTA NUOV


Verona Porta Nuov

The main station in the city of Verona, connects with high speed rail to Italy, Austria and Germany.

Address: Piazzale 25 Aprile, 6, 37138 Verona

Station Facilities

  • Food and drink options.
  • Baggage trolleys and left luggage lockers
  • Tourist office
  • Public payphones
  • Business lounge for 1st class ticket holders
  • Currency exchange

 

VILLACH HBF


Villach Hbf

Villach is a railway gateway within Austria, so trains go from virtually every bigger city including Vienna, Graz,Klagenfurt, Salzburg, Linz, Innsbruck and Bregenz. There are also direct connections to Munich, Venice, Ljubljana, Zagreb and Belgrade

Address: Bahnhofplatz 1 9500 Villach

WARSZAWA CENTRALN


Warsaw Central (Warszawa Centraln)

Warsaw Central station is the main station in Warsaw, and the biggest, located right in the heart of the city centre

Address: 1/ 219 Helymegjelolo itt

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • Post office
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • Stores
  • Tourist information and assistance

Getting there from Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport:

Frederic Chopin is just 10km south west of Warsaw and the journey time by bus is usually only around 25 minutes. Between the 175 and 188 you'll be able to catch a ride into the city centre every ten minutes or so, or at night jump on the N32 and you'll get right to Warsaw Central Station.

 

WIEN SUEDBAHNHOF


Vienna South Station (Wien Südbahnhof)

Address: Wiedner Gürtel 1, Wien 1040

  • Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Information and assistance
  • Various shops
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATM's

Getting There

By Metro:
There are two underground platforms in Wien Sud which serve the S-Bahn network s1, s2, s3, s4, s8, s9, s15.

 

WIEN WESTBAHNHOF


Vienna Western Station (Wien Westbahnhof)

Vienna West Station is a major Austrian railway station and the starting point of the Austrian Western Railway for most long distance and domestic trains. Local trains (S-Bahn) and two underground (U-Bahn) lines also reach the Westbahnhof.

Address: Felberstrasse 1/ 2/4 1150 Wien

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Information and assistance
  • Various shops
  • Food outlets
  • Toilets
  • ATM's

Getting There

Getting there from Vienna International Airport:
The trip takes approximately 35 minutes. From Vienna West Station you have access to the underground lines U3 and U6
To the airport: from 05:15 to 23:10 every 30 minutes.
From the airport: from 06:00 to 00:00 every 30 minutes.

ZAGREB GL. KOL.


Zagreb (Zagreb Glavni Kolodvor)

Zagreb train station (Glavni Kododvor) is a throwback to the days when Zagreb was a stop on the Orient Express. There's a real grandeur to the train station, particularly on the outside.

Address: Glavni Kolodvor, Trg kralja Tomislava

Station Facilities

  • Left luggage
  • Currency exchange
  • ATM's
  • Food outlets
  • There is a majoy shopping mall under the station
  • Toilets

Getting there by Tram or Taxi:
The train station is a major tram stop. Tram number 6 goes to the town centre. There are also taxis outside the train station.

ZUERICH HB


Zurich Hb

Zürich Hb is Zurich's main staion and is centrally situated within the city. it accommodates trains from all over Switzerland and neighboring European countries. Zurich Hb is served by more than 2,700 daily trains. The station is busy at all times, with trains running as early as 5 AM and as late as 1 AM during the week.

Address: 8001 ZürichHB Plaza

Station Facilities

  • Left Luggage
  • Currency Exchange
  • Lost and Found
  • Travel Agency
  • Information and assistance
  • Toilets
  • Food outlets

Getting There

By Train:
Intercity trains run directly to and from other regions of Switzerland frequently.

Getting there From Zürich Flughafen (Airport):
S-Bahn services run direct trains to and from Zürich Flughafen every 10 - 15 minutes. Services take approximately 12 minutes and start from 5am.

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