One might not think of a tain station as a tourist destination, however, St. Pancras is by far one of our most favorite attractions in London. Weither you are taking a train to Europe or just popping in to look at the beautiful architecture St. Pancras is worth the visit. This historic station was built in 1868 and was recently renovated, while being sympathetic to the original station. This station is also home to Europe’s longest champagne bar. We can say from experience that the Champagne Bar is a real treat. While you sip your champagne you can watch the Eurostar train, the train that goes through the Chunnel to Europe arrive and depart. Also be sure to check out Paul Day’s The Meeting Place statue, which is exceptionally beautiful. You can download a map of the station by clicking here.