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Ebbsfleet

Ebbsfleet is a town in the Borough of Dartford, Kent, United Kingdom. The town is around 10 miles outside the edge of London, and is near to the Bluewater Shopping Centre. 

The area is home to Ebbsfleet International Station, which is part of the Thames Gateway regeneration project. The station serves High Speed 1, which is the UK's first high-speed rail link, running from London though the Channel Tunnel to France and Belgium.

How to get to Ebbsfleet from
Route 1:

One of the most popular international train service is the high-speed Eurostar service between St Pancras International Station at King's Cross in London, and Brussels-Midi/Zuid, the Eurostar acts as the UK's route into Europe, and from Brussels, passengers can catch a variety of services into the heart of Europe.

Taking just two hours and fifteen minutes from London to Paris, and with some services calling at Ebbsfleet, Ashford, Calais, and Lille en route, it is a fast option that can be taken without your feet leaving the ground. The Eurostar is also one of the cheapest ways to get across the channel, and offers a relatively luxurious alternative to flight. It is also one of the most regular services, operating up to 6 services a day from London to Brussels, as early as twenty-five past five in the morning, and as late as eight o'clock in the evening.

Route 2:

The most popular international train service is the high-speed Eurostar service between St Pancras International Station at King's Cross in London, and travelling to Gare du Nord in Paris, the Eurostar acts as the UK's route into Europe.

Taking just two hours and fifteen minutes from London to Paris, and with some services calling at Ebbsfleet and Ashford en route, it is a fast option that can be taken without your feet leaving the ground.

The Eurostar is also one of the cheapest ways to get across the channel, and offers a relatively luxurious alternative to flight. It is also one of the most regular services, operating up to 21 services a day from London to Paris, as early as half past five in the morning, and as late as eight o'clock in the evening.