Eurostar offers new corporate packages

Eurostar, the high-speed rail service connecting the UK and mainland Europe, has launched a range of packages for corporate groups looking to travel across its routes.

Eurostar offers new corporate packages
Eurostar offers new corporate packages

Corporate customers benefit from reduced prices, flexible tickets across all travel classes and a tailored experience, from 10 people to a whole train. Plus each delegate can book and pay online for their own tickets.

Travel between London and Paris, Brussels or Lille in around two hours, city-to-city. Or head south to the sun between London and Lyon, Avignon and Marseille. Stations are in the heart of the destinations and passengers have to arrive only 30 minutes before departure (or 10 minutes if travelling Business Premier) meaning seamless travel.

There are many other benefits including free baggage allowance, no queues or baggage reclaim upon arrival and comfort and space on board to work or unwind, with on-board entertainment and free wifi on the new e320 trains.

There are also a range of special offers for exclusive carriages available:

E300 Train
Standard Class - Maximum 56 seats
Prices from £3,248
Standard Premier Class – Maximum 39 seats
Prices from £5,616

E320 Train
Standard Class - Maximum 76 seats
Prices from £4,408
Standard Premier Class – Maximum 36 seats
Prices from £5,184

Business Premier Class is also available.

Click here to find out more or call our groups team on 0344 8224 800

More information here: http://eurostar4agents.com/mice

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