Durham is one of the magnificent cities in UK. It is lovely city with magnificent castle and cathedral and is home to England’s third oldest university. There are many places in Durham to explore like crook hall, Durham castle, Durham Cathedral, Durham Heritage centre and Fowlers yard creative work spaces. This wonderful county is a hill city and it is built upon seven hills.It offers great shopping opportunity to all visitors. You will find plenty of Malls, Show room and commercial areas. I am sure you will get fascinated by the city locally made products.
As one might expect of a historic city, Durham has a number of excellent traditional pubs that are worth a visit in their own right. Chief amongst them are The Victoria Hotel, the Shakespeare Tavern and the Colpltts hotel.
Durham to Paris by Eurostar
If you are planning to travel from Durham to Paris and Brussels, then the best option is Eurostar(Chunnel train) train. It is the most convenient and stress free mode of transport to travel within Europe. You can travel from Durham to Paris or Brussels with one price.
You don’t need to book separate tickets from Durham station to London St Pancras International station. The most beautiful part of this high-speed train is speed of 186mph. Moreover, all trains are 100% smoke free and well-maintained seats.
It has teamed up with several train operating companies in UK. You simply need to hop on the Eurostar connecting train from Durham station to London St Pancras International station. Then travel from London to Paris and Brussels with high-speed passenger Chunnel train.
The journey time from Durham to Paris is 6hr 10 min and return fare will start from £82. The journey time from Durham to Brussels is 5hr 50 min and return fare will start from £82.
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