I need to see London and Paris my plane and hotel is in Derby

i will be in derby uk in october and i would like to see london and pairs while i am there how do i go about doing this on the train, i will need to get back to derby to leave to come back to new york
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) May 11, 2012 20:15
    Hi Porscha,

    You can purchase tickets and check schedules under 'Check Fares and Schedules' on the homepage of our website, www.raileurope.com.

    The Eurostar train between London and Paris is a train that offers special rates for passengers doing a roundtrip. To be quoted any available roundtrip rates, you would click 'Add Return Journey' directly underneath where you enter the cities and date of travel. You would then be prompted to enter a date for your return trip and proceed from there.

    To view the type of fares being offered and the fare rules, you would click 'Select' next to each price that is displayed for any of the connections shown/direct trains after pulling up the results of your search. After clicking 'Select', you would just click 'Read More' under the 'Ticket Flexibility', and the name of the fare will display.

    Trains in the United Kingdom (i.e. your trains between Derby and London) can only be booked within 60 to 75 days of an intended date of departure. Since your intended date of departure fall outside of this time frame, you would just enter dates within the next 60 days to get an idea of cost and schedule when searching this portion of the route on our website.

    While most trains in Europe can only be booked within 60 or 90 days of an intended date of departure, the Eurostar (the train between London and Paris) is an exception and can generally be booked up to 9 months in advance. Due to high demand, the best rates on the Eurostar can sell out quickly, so it is strongly recommended that the tickets be purchased as soon as possible.
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