After reading this on your next visit to London you cannot afford to miss to drop to the St Pancras International train station. Not for boarding but for a glass of champagne. It now flaunts Europe’s longest champagne bar that measures 96 meters (around 315 feet) and sprints next to the Eurostar platform, maintaining a distance from the trains via a glass division. The bar offers an accommodation for around 110 people and the prestigious menu declares almost 70 Champagnes on menu with 10 available by the glass. If you are in a mood to take a Champagne breakfast and have anything from £39.95-£2,700 then you can make your day with a bottle of bubbly. Well, I overheard somebody saying on their opening ceremony, the bar sold equal of 4,500 glasses of champagne.