A railway station London has been named as the best station in Europe passengers. The station is London St Pancras, which is also called St Pancras International. It is an international station because the Eurostar trains to France, Belgium and Holland start there. St Pancras was chosen as the best railway station Europe the Consumer Choice Centre. This organisation asks rail passengers every year their opinions different stations Europe. Passengers answer questions on a survey about accessibility, cleanliness, connectivity, friendliness of staff, and the number platforms. There is also a question about the number days station staff went on strike the year.
St Pancras was the only UK station the top ten. Zurich Central Station was number two and Leipzig Central Station came third. Five the top ten stations were in Germany. They were Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Leipzig and Munich. A spokesman the Consumer Choice Centre commented the beauty of St Pancras, which was built a gothic style and opened in 1868. The spokesman said: "London St Pancras does not just look a station another world, it also leads this index as Europe's best railway station." He added: "High points were awarded to the stations that offered great destinations the continent and also had a healthy mix shops, restaurants and conveniences.