St. Pancras International station (STP) is in central London, off the Euston Road. It's next door to Kings Cross railway station and near the British Library.
Known the world over for its fabulous Victorian architecture, it's one of the busiest British stations, with international services via Eurostar to Paris, Brussels and Lille.
Driving to St. Pancras International:
St. Pancras International's postcode for Sat Navs: N1C 4TB
Cars can pick-up and drop off on Pancras Road – it's a one way road and can be reached via Euston Road. The station is just outside the congestion charge zone.
Parking at St. Pancras International:
A Click & Park service is available, or you can turn up and pay. The car park is behind the station where Midland Road meets Pancras Road. It's open 24/7, every day of the year and has 315 parking spaces. Last time we checked, 12-24 hours or parking cost around £40.
St. Pancras International Buses:
There are plenty of bus services stopping at Kings Cross and St. Pancras.
The Pancras Road stop has buses towards Liverpool Street, Farringdon Street, Holloway and Clapham Park.
The Euston Road bus stop has services to Crouch End, and Archway.
Midland Road bus stop has buses to Lancaster gate and Highgate.
Trains to/from St. Pancras International:
King's Cross Underground Station is just over the road, for the Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria lines.
East Midland Trains have trains from St. Pancras to Nottingham, Derby, Sheffield, Corby, Leeds and other stations in the Midlands and beyond.
Thameslink run services to Sutton, Bedford, Brighton, Luton, Sevenoaks, St Albans and Gatwick Airport.
Southeastern have connections to Ramsgate, Sandwich, Margate and Faversham.
Coaches to/from St. Pancras International:
There is no coach service directly to St. Pancras but Victoria Coach Station, one of the biggest coach stations in London, is only 10 minutes away by tube on the Victoria Line. There are over 9 operators from here, including National Express and Megabus.
Taxis to/from St. Pancras International:
You'll find a taxi rank near arrivals on Midland Road. Any pre-booked taxis have to park on Pancras Road.
St. Pancras International facilities:
Those travelling with Business Premier or with the Eurostar carte blanche can use the Business Premier lounge. Facilities include comfortable seating, free Wi-Fi, meeting areas, self-service snacks and drinks, charging points and newspapers / magazines.
Food and Drink:
For coffee, you'll find the likes of Pret, Caffe Fratelli, Costa and Starbucks. Fortnum and Mason, M&S and Patisserie Valerie are great for picking up snacks for the train. For a sit down meal, there's a Barzetti, Carluccio's and Yo! Sushi. Places to drink include the Betjeman Arms, The Curious Pig and Searcys champagne bar.
There are a number of shops in St. Pancras station, including Accessorize, Fatface, joules, LK Bennett and Whistles for clothes; Hamleys, Cath Kidston, Isle of Flowers and Jo Malone for gifts and Boots and MAC for health and beauty.
Free and unlimited Wi-Fi was available throughout the station last time we checked.