Eurostar is relaunching direct trips from London to Amsterdam and Disneyland Paris in a matter of weeks.
If all goes to plan, tourists will be able to take up Anglo-Dutch journeys from July 9 and routes to the French capital from August 20.
Those travelling to Amsterdam will be able to get there without any stops.
But on the way back to the UK, they’ll have to go through passport checks in Brussels, before taking another train.
When cross-Channel services resume, they’ll look a lot different than they did before the coronavirus pandemic.
All Eurostar customers are required to wear face masks and stay at “a safe distance” from other travellers.
Stricter hygiene measures are being introduced too.
The Eurostar website explains: “The train will have been intensively cleaned and disinfected in line with advice from health authorities before boarding.
“But you’ll also notice our cleaning team going up and down the train working throughout the journey.
“They’ll be regularly disinfecting areas you’re most likely to touch, such as door handles, toilet flushes and luggage racks.”
Soap stocks will also be kept in good supply to ensure customers can keep washing their hands.
At security gates, biometric technology may be introduced.
Previously, we revealed how this could reduce queues at security.
Plus it will speed up the process of check in and passport check in order to less human contact.
The hope is that it will help to limit the spread of the deadly coronavirus between travellers.
If the idea goes ahead, passengers who want to opt-into the system will be able to check-in using facial recognition technology that is expected to launch next year.
This would allow them to board the Eurostar without having their passport checked.