Eurostar have said their passenger numbers has increased by a fifth over the past year and they carried 18.6 million customers last year.
This is a rise of 22% over the past year which has seen a return to level seen since before the pandemic.
Eurostar chief executive Gwendoline Cazenave said: “Eurostar is growing and in 2023 we welcomed many more customers on board across our five countries.
“Our goal is to encourage more people to take the train so it’s a win for customers and a win for the planet.
“We have a bold vision to reach 30 million passengers by 2030, and growth in 2023 of 22% versus 2022 shows we are strongly on our way.
“We carried almost eight million passengers between London and France, 1.1 million between the Netherlands and the UK, and 2.2 million to Belgium.”