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"They knew my name!"

Reviewed 31 October 2014 by Spaargaren Herman

Very nice when you enter the gate that they show your name on the screen en welcome you without having told who you are. I suppose they know it by the number of my car. I could leave one train earlier without being charged and backwards it was even 4 trains earlier. For me it was a very good experience. On the train I stayed in my car, so I don't know about the facilities. It's only a 35 minutes ride. Thanks!

'Spaargaren Herman' travelled with Eurotunnel on Le Shuttle

"Good value"

Reviewed 27 October 2014 by Stephen

This company is seriously competitive. I needed to take a large white van abroad but thought that the only option would be a ferry. I was quoted over £300 by Eurotunnel before finding They charged me £172 for the same tunnel crossing. As Arni says...'I'll be back'!!

'Stephen' travelled with Eurotunnel on Le Shuttle

"Excellent Service!"

Reviewed 07 October 2014 by Anonymous

We have travelled with the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle before and can only say from start to finish its been an excellent Service. Travelling is so quick, the crossing takes 30 minutes and wasn't a lot more expensive than using the Ferry. We also were very impressed as we arrived a couple of hours earlier than our booked time, we could use the next earlier time available. Can highly recommend.

'Anonymous' travelled with Eurotunnel on Le Shuttle


Reviewed 27 September 2014 by Ian

I'm so glad i didn't listen to the nay-sayers. Traveling on the Euro-Tunnel is the memory of a lifetime for anyone from Australia or NZ. So much easier than I imagined it only took 35 minutes to get to Calais once the train began to move. There is no doubt that when I return to UK or France I'll definitely use the Euro-Tunnel again. All staff were pleasant and helpful and the facilities were excellent. If you a traveling by car, whatever you do...don't miss out on this experience.

'Ian' travelled with Eurotunnel on Le Shuttle

Eurotunnel is the car train service running between Folkestone and Calais via the channel tunnel.

Find out what it's like onboard the Eurotunnel by visiting our Le Shuttle page.

The fastest method of crossing the channel with your car, the Eurotunnel train travels between the UK and France in just 35 minutes. Eurotunnel crossings are frequent, with up to 3 departures an hour at peak times and with no fuel supplements or luggage restrictions, choosing Eurotunnel is choosing the hassle free way to travel.

The UK Eurotunnel terminal is based near Folkestone with a dedicated motorway exit at junction 11A of the M20. In France, the terminal is based just outside Calais off junction 42 of the A16 motorway.


Eurotunnel Ports

Eurotunnel Routes

46 Crossings Daily
35 minute crossing
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