Eurostar - travelling from UK after 01 January 2021
A MESSAGE FROM EUROSTAR: KEEPING EUROPE CONNECTED AFTER BREXIT
For over 25 years, we’ve been the greener way to go from the UK to Europe’s most exciting cities – and we’ll continue to keep the continent connected after Brexit. There’ll be some changes to passport checks and customs regulations. But we’re ready for them.
You’ll still be able to travel seamlessly between the centre of London and the heart of Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and more. You still won’t have the hassle of airport transfers or queuing to have your passport checked again when you get there. And you won’t need a visa for stays of up to three months in any of our destination countries.
What’s changing for UK citizens?
- Your passport must be valid for at least six months and be less than 10 years old on the day you travel. Your passport will need to be stamped when you leave and re-enter the UK, so please check that you have a clear page.
- You should also be prepared to arrive at the station a little earlier than usual. Check your ticket for your recommended arrival time and allow plenty of time to get through security and passport control.
- There will be new customs regulations. We advise checking the rules before travelling.
- Your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) will no longer be valid after 31 December 2020, so you’ll need travel insurance.
- If you have an assistance dog, you’ll need to show specific documents when leaving or entering the UK.
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