The entire offering of both brands will still be available. “On the program, the best offers on a network of direct and indirect high-speed lines between France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom. That means even more European destinations to reach with Eurostar, including Antwerp, Cologne and Düsseldorf, in addition to the cities we have always served, such as Paris, Brussels and London. In winter, our Eurostar Snow trains will serve the French Alps, including the towns of Chambéry, Albertville and Moûtiers. And in summer, our trains will take you to sunny destinations in the south of France, including Marseille and Avignon,” announce the two soon-to-be merged entities.
The biggest advantage will also be financial: a common network means more opportunities to accumulate points. “We will offer a common loyalty program for all of our customers: Club Eurostar. We will also launch a new site and a new application for even easier reservations. Anyone can become a member, and thus enjoy even more benefits when traveling on our network.”
Last practical aspect, the current site will be under maintenance from September 29 to October 1. “If you are traveling on these dates, your reservation will not change and you do not need to contact us. But don’t forget to download your tickets and save them to your phone or print them before September 29.”
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