Eurostar has recently announced a new partnership with international high-speed train service TGV Lyria which will allow passengers to travel from England to the Swiss Alps in just a few hours.
The Eurostar services will depart from either London St Pancras International or Ashford International and will arrive at Lille Europe station, where passengers can change services and take a train directly to Aigle, Martigny, Visp or Brig.
Moreover, Eurostar and TGV Lyria have also agreed to permit passengers to carry one extra piece of luggage on board the train - meaning you won't have to pay extra to transport your skis or snowboard.
Return fares for Standard Class start at £189, whilst Standard Premier Class will cost you around £299. The 2012/2013 seasonal ski services will run from 22 December until 13 April 2013 and tickets will be available as of 11 October.
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