As the travel comparison site for cross-channel services, brings you all the major services between England and France including the speed, frequency and convenience of the Eurotunnel from Folkestone to Calais. Eurotunnel logo

Eurotunnel first started operating train services between England and France in 1994 and currently offers the fastest method of travelling to the continent with your vehicle. Specialising in frequent and fast travel, Eurotunnel welcomes vehicles of all types. With up to three departures an hour around the clock and a travel time of just 35 minutes, you can arrive exactly when you want to.

Eurotunnel’s trains

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Eurotunnel routes

Travel with Eurotunnel is so quick you don’t even need to get out of your car. Just sit back, relax, and let someone else to do the driving for you. If you wish to stretch your legs you can take a walk around your carriage. Both Folkestone and Calais terminal buildings have a selection of shops, offering everything from toiletries and perfumes to televisions and hi-fi with restaurants serving a selection of hot and cold meals and snacks, so you don’t need to miss out on anything when you travel with Eurotunnel.