EUROSTAR has launched cheap fares to France and the Netherlands, with tickets starting from just £29 each way.
You'll need to be quick if booking a trip to Paris or Amsterdam though, as the sale ends on March 11.
The deal also includes Brussels, Lille and Calais for just £29, while Amsterdam and Rotterdam cost £35 each way.
Tickets for Bruges, Antwerp or Ghent will set you back just £39 one way, although you will need to change at Brussels.
Thankfully, you will no longer have to change trains if you travel from Amsterdam to London, thanks to the new direct train route.
Fancy some extra leg-room and snacks? Premier tickets are available for £70 each way.
The routes can be used for travel between March 23 and June 17.
Sun Online Travel managed to find the cheap routes to Paris on a number of routes, including March 28 and April 25, with the return route on Sunday making it perfect for a weekend break.
Tourists who travel by Eurostar also get 2 for 1 entry at attractions in Paris, Brussels and Lille.
Even better, there is no weight limit for your luggage, nor any liquid restrictions.
Eurostar could soon extend its routes to Italy, Spain and Portugal, with plans to launch new high-speed services.
However, they won't be the quickest – a train to Barcelona could take over six hours, while Rome would be 11 and a half hours.
The new routes, dubbed Project Green Speed, could also extend to Switzerland and regions in Germany such as Frankfurt and Cologne.
If you fancy a trip to Disneyland Paris, you can get two nights, park tickets and return Eurostar for just £159pp.
Eurostar has reassured travellers that trains are going ahead as planned amid the coronavirus outbreak.
They have added that they are monitoring the situation as it develops.
However, you should still purchase travel insurance just in case and check that you are covered.
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