St. Pancras Station

London is full of transportation options for those who live there and for those who visit. Originally opened in 1868, the St. Pancras Station is a whole lot more than just a railway station today.

While St. Pancras Station is a major railway in the city, it offers a one stop shop for many. If you decide to check it out, here’s what you can expect:

  • Farmers Market – new in 2009 you will find a farmer’s market inside the main entrance to St. Pancras Station.
  • Arcade and Market – here you’ll find a variety of boutiques
  • Circle – Shoppers will find clothing stores as well as food
  • Rendezvous – home of Europe’s longest champagne bar along with other places to mingle, drink, and eat

Regardless of your taste in food or drink, there’s something to satisfy everyone while visiting.

  • Visitors to St. Pancras Station can enjoy British dishes at the gastro pub Betjeman Arms.
  • Wine connoisseurs will enjoy des Vins Café and Wine Bar.
  • There is also a variety of coffee shops and informal food vendors for shoppers who want to take their goodies on the go.

The Champagne Bar in St. Pancras Station is the longest champagne bar in Europe.

  • It measures just over 90 meters.
  • Patrons at the bar have a mass selection of champagne to pick from whether they want to purchase a glass or a bottle.
  • The variety includes very rare champagnes, cocktails, and non alcoholic drinks.
  • The bar also offers a breakfast menu and an all day menu.
  • It is open from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm Monday through Sunday.

Whether it’s because you need to catch a ride somewhere or you feel like shopping, stopping by St. Pancras Station offers a little something for everyone.

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