Can you get the Eurotunnel to Paris?
If you do decide a day trip is all you need, Eurotunnel Le Shuttle is a fast and convenient way to get to Paris , with a trip from Folkestone to Calais taking just 35 minutes.
How much does it cost to cross the Channel Tunnel?
Day trip and overnight tickets from just £31+ per car each way, subject to availability. Whether you are driving to the Continent for business or pleasure, we have a range of channel tunnel tickets and fares to suit your travel needs and budget. All Chunnel ticket prices include your car and up to 9 passengers.
Is Eurotunnel cheaper than ferry?
Although we have found that usually the ferry is cheaper than Eurotunnel , the quicker crossing with Eurotunnel generally outweighs the cost saving of the ferry . On a 1,000-mile journey to a campsite in northern Spain – or Catalonia depending on your view – an hour saved on the crossing can be very useful.
Can you drive through the tunnel to France?
It is not possible to drive a car or motorcycle through the Channel Tunnel . Instead, motorists must drive onto the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle train, which boards at the Channel Tunnel terminals in Folkestone and Calais.
Is it cheaper to drive or fly to Disneyland Paris?
Driving to Disneyland Paris usually works out considerably cheaper than flying or booking the Eurostar.
Can you stay in your car on the Eurotunnel?
The Eurotunnel car train service runs between Folkestone and Calais via the channel tunnel in just 35 minutes. Once onboard passengers stay with their vehicle throughout the channel tunnel crossing in bright, air-conditioned carriages. You can sit back and relax, or get out and stretch your legs.
Is Eurotunnel Flexiplus worth it?
We booked Eurotunnel on a 5 day Flexiplus fare to visit Disneyland Paris with our car. The booking process is easy and quick. Flexiplus tickets suit our needs well as it means we can just turn up and get on the next train with availability and they are also cancellable if needs be.
What is the cheapest way to cross the Channel?
Dover – Dunkerque ferry Dunkerque is the lesser-known destination from Dover, and it’s frequently the cheapest way to get across the Channel , as the Calais crossing is in higher demand. Dunkerque is about a 40-minute drive from Calais, but don’t forget that the crossing also takes around 30 minutes longer.
What is the cheapest way to cross the English Channel?
One of the cheapest ways to cross the Channel is by bus. Bus journeys are affordable and convenient. Bus journeys between London and Brussels, in particular, are highly popular.
Which is better ferry or Eurotunnel?
The boarding times for Eurotunnel Le Shuttle are quicker than most ferry crossings. Eurotunnel Le Shuttle have up to four departures an hour, whereas ferries only run between 15-23 times a day based on if you chose to travel with DFDS Seaways or P&O Ferries .
Can you stay in your car on a P&O ferry?
We must advise however that drivers are frequently remaining in their vehicles during the ferry crossing, which is strictly forbidden. All drivers must vacate their vehicles once parked on-board and make their way to the driver’s accommodation area.”
Can I travel as a foot passenger on Eurotunnel?
You can use the tunnel as a ‘ foot passenger ‘ but you cant just turn up and walk on so to speak as there is no specific provision on board the vehicle carrying trains for foot passengers . However, you can travel through the tunnel as a ‘ foot passenger ‘ using public transport.
How long does it take to get to France on the Eurotunnel?
Are there toilets on Eurotunnel?
We provide award-winning toilet facilities – including disabled toilet facilities – in our passenger terminal buildings which we recommend all passengers take advantage of before travelling. There are no disabled toilets onboard our shuttles.
How long does it take to get to France by Eurostar?
The Eurostar can take up to 2hrs 37mins from London to Paris, however, most of our trains will take you to Paris in only 2hrs 16mins . If you take the first Eurostar at 5:40am, this direct train from city centre to city centre will give you plenty of time to make the most of a day trip to Paris!