All aboard, you can grab yourself an autumn getaway for a bargain price as Eurostar is selling £29 tickets to Brussels and Paris. If you don’t think you’ve made the most of your holiday allowance and want to grab a last-minute break to Europe, you can hit the tracks and pick up a quick vacation.
While the ability to shake hands with Mickey Mouse in Paris or munch chocolates in Brussels for just £29 (each way) may sound too good to be true, believe me, it isn’t.
Slashing the prices on thousands of journeys, you simply have to travel between October 1, 2019 and January 17, 2020. That means you could even bag a bargain Christmas break for just a fraction of the price.
Head over to the special Eurostar sale site, but be warned, you only have until September 23 to book. Those who want to make things a little more special can also upgrade to Standard Premier with a special promo price. As well as more spacious seats, you also get a light meal and drinks served to you.
What could be better than watching the European countryside whistle by as you sip a vodka martini and pretend you’re James Bond?
If this wasn’t enough, Eurostar tickets also get you some sweet discount on popular attractions too. As the site explains:
“Your Eurostar ticket takes you so much further than your destination. Once you get there, you can stroll aside water-lillied lakes, drop in on Whistler’s mother, see how humanity evolved and explore all four corners of the ancient world.
“That’s because your Eurostar ticket gets you 2 for 1 entry to permanent collections and paid-for exhibitions at the iconic museums and galleries in Paris, Brussels and Lille listed below. Just show your ticket at the box office – it’s as simple as that.”
You might’ve heard this all before, and that’s because Eurostar gave us a similar sale in January. Elsewhere, you can pick up some tulips in Amsterdam or Rotterdam from £35. I’d definitely check out Rotterdam before it gets overrun with crowds when hosting 2020’s Eurovision Song Contest.
Earlier this year, Eurostar expanded its Amsterdam service to include three trains a day from London. This means you could take in the sights and sounds of the Dam’s canals and *erm* other attractions. On a serious note, Amsterdam’s Light Festival is huge in January and well worth a visit.
I’m definitely planning on taking in the sights of Europe’s many brilliant Christmas markets and maybe having a Glühwein…or two!
[Featured Image: Pixabay/Disneyland Paris Instagram]