Although you can’t go direct by ferry to Paris, here at Direct Ferries we provide a number of crossings between the UK and France that will help you on your way. The cross channel routes include Dieppe, Dunkirk and Calais, all of which would allow you to get to Paris with ease.
Consequently, are there any ferries to France?
The most popular ferry operators for France are Euro Tunnel, Brittany Ferries, P&O Ferries and DFDS. There are many different ferry ticket options for you to choose from – prices can vary due to times of the year, the number of passengers, what route you are taking, and if you are bringing your car with you.
Secondly, can you sail from London to Paris?
London to Paris via Dover-Calais
The route via Dover-Calais is the traditional one with the fastest journey time, the widest range of departures, and the shortest sea crossing.
Can you take a boat from London to Paris?
Yes, it is possible to take a slow ferry trip across the English Channel between the UK and France. Brittany Ferries offers a number of overnight ferry options between the UK and France.
Does the Channel Tunnel take foot passengers?
Can you be a foot passenger on Eurotunnel? At Eurotunnel we can only allow you to travel in a vehicle – be that your own or as part of a coach trip. You cannot travel as a foot passenger, but you are able to take a bicycle.
How can I travel from the US to Europe without flying?
You can travel from the United States to Europe without ever setting foot on an airplane. Crossing the Atlantic Ocean by boat offers a unique and economical option for those aspiring to reach Europe without having to deal with air travel.
How long is the ferry from UK to Paris?
Daily overnight sailings on Portsmouth to St Malo take 10-12 hours.
How much does it cost to take a boat to Paris?
The price of a scenic cruise on the river Seine depends on the company chosen. The Bateaux-Mouches promenade cruise costs 14 euros for adults (from 12 years old), 6 euros for children between 4 and 12 years old. The Bateaux-Parisiens promenade cruise costs 17 euros for adults and 8.5 euros for children.
Is Eurotunnel cheaper than ferry?
Although we have found in previous years that usually the ferry is cheaper than Eurotunnel, the quicker crossing with Eurotunnel generally outweighs the cost saving of the ferry.
Is there a ferry from England to France?
Ferry crossings from the UK to France are operated by 3 companies: DFDS, P&O Ferries & Brittany Ferries. The most popular ferry route from the UK to France is Dover – Calais (38 daily crossings), while the fastest way to cross the Channel is via the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle train (35 minutes).