European rail operator Eurostar is well known for its Chunnel services between London and Paris. But, starting on February 20, it will be expanding its offerings to the Continent, as it initiates rail service between London and Amsterdam. The new service will run twice a day from St. Pancras in London, and with tickets starting at about $49 USD each direction. While there is existing rail service on this route, this will be the only non-stop, high-speed offering, allowing riders to save over two hours versus the existing route.
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