Travelling to Croydon from St Pancras International Station:
St. Pancras station opened in 1868 and is one of the wonders of Victorian engineering. It is a masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture and one of the most elegant stations in the World.
It has become a key destination for Eurostar and high-speed rail in the UK, as well as a fantastic retail and hospitality destination.
It has something for everyone - from the amazing Terrace Wires public arts installation to cornerstone and prestige retail outlets such as Fortnum & Mason and John Lewis. Feel free to wander around and maybe take lunch before coming to Croydon.
Option1- Direct overground train to East Croydon
St Pancras International to East Croydon, Trains run every 10 minutes or so and take around 30 minutes. Just follow the signs to the main lobby and check the display board for the 'Next Fastest train to East Croydon'. It will show you the platform and the time of departure.
In our opinion the best and most convenient way to travel across London and into Croydon.