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What is the Eurotunnel?
The Eurotunnel The Eurotunnel is a 31.35 mile railway tunnel that runs underneath the Strait of Dover beneath the English Channel. Eurotunnel connects Folkestone in Kent, on the southern coast of England with Coquelles near to Calais on the northern coast of France and it is the quickest way to cross the channel. Eurotunnel is also commonly known as the Channel Tunnel and is also known as the Chunnel. How long is the Eurotunnel crossing? The Eurotunnel crossing takes just 35 minutes from station to station and it is currently the fastest way to travel from England to France. The quickest alternative to the Eurotunnel is by ferry from Dover to Calais however, it takes a minimum of 90 minutes. How many crossings are there per day? There are up to 4 crossings per hour and up to 49 crossings per day which means you can easily find a crossing to suit your needs. How long did it take to build the Eurotunnel? The Eurotunnel took over 5 years to build. It is one of the largest engineering projects undertaken in the UK and will be for some years to come. Over 13,000 workers from both England and France worked […]
Best time to book a ferry to France
What’s the best time to book a ferry to France? This is a question that comes up time and time again and we’ve answered it in our latest blog.