Eurostar has started early sales of train tickets for people travelling to the Paris 2024 Olympics and Paralympic Games.

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For the games, Eurostar will also be adding an additional service between London and Paris on Friday and Sundays each week to service the expected high demand. This will total 110 return trains, allowing Eurostar to carry more than 88,000 customers per week to Paris and back.

Passengers and groups travelling for the Olympic Games from the 26th July 2024 to 11th August 2024 and Paralympic Games from 28th August 2024 to 8th September 2024 can now book their Eurostar tickets and group tickets.

Prices for tickets to visit Paris during the Olympics and Paralympics start from £49 each way and are on sale from here.

For early bookings, 1,440 seats will be available at £49 in both directions between London and Paris and 1,000 seats are available at £49 in both directions between London and Lille.

Eurostar is also the official travel partner for Team GB and ParalympicsGB, providing nearly 600 athletes their travel to Paris for the Games next year.

Francois Le Doze, Chief Commercial Officer for Eurostar says: “We are preparing for more than one million passengers to travel with us to the French capital during these exciting and unforgettable events. We have released Eurostar tickets early to provide our customers with the best chance to plan their trip in the greenest way possible to support their Olympic and Paralympic teams, as well as their favourite athletes. We are very proud to be the official travel partner of Team GB and ParalympicsGB for the Paris 2024 Games.”

Fans can also book a visit to Team GB House, which will be the UK base when in Paris from here.


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