Interrail: France to England

AcrossTheNight @ 29-11-2005 20:06

Is it possible to take the train, through the tunnel, from France to England with an Interrail pass? 💡 UPDATE - please read here for France to England:You will find here connections by train, ferry and bus. The direct Eurostar train is very expensive for Interrail and Eurail travellers. You can save a lot of money using a bus or the ferry.Paris - London: rail.cc/en/train/paris-to-londonLondon - Paris: https://rail.cc/en/train/london-to-parisrailcc blog: https://blog.rail.cc/london-to-paris-by-eurostar-train-bus-or-ferry//.

Stefan @ 29-11-2005 20:41

Jups! But you have to pay some extra costs. I don't think it's much..

Otherwise you can use:

With Stena Line
Harwich - Hoek van Holland: 30% reduction (must make a reservation)
Dover - Calais: 50% reduction

With Hoverspeed
Dover -Calais: 50% (<26), otherwise 30% reduction
Dover -Oostende: 50% reduction

With Hoverspeed (SuperSeaCat)
Newhaven -Dieppe: 50% reduction

Met P & O (European Ferries)
Portsmouth - Le Havre: 30% (<26) (in July and August only 20%)
Portsmouth -Cherbourg: 30% korting voor mensen onder de 26 (in July and Augustus only 20%)

Have a nice trip!

Stefan Edelbroek


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