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"A very efficient service"

Reviewed 27 February 2015 by Maddy

Booking our journeys with Directferries has been very helpful to us: You can see at a glance what all the alternatives are and choose the times which suit you best and the best price for the same journey. We use Directferries everytime we travel to England and we are very satisfied. Travelling on Eurotunnel was faster than the Ferry, although we had a long wait going through the passports control on the way to England. Apart from that the service was overall good, particularly quick and efficient on the way back from England.

'Maddy' travelled with Eurotunnel on Le Shuttle

"Great Service"

Reviewed 13 February 2015 by Tim

Very quick and efficient service, loaded in minutes and offloaded the same, the fastest and east hassle way of crossing the channel. The view isn't anything to write home about, and the on board catering is non existent but you hardly have time to blink then you're off and in France! Reception area facilities are like a typical motorway services, but hardly any time to bother visiting. If you arrive early and there is space you are allowed to get the first available train, so saving any waiting time - highly reccommended

'Tim' travelled with Eurotunnel on Le Shuttle

"very good"

Reviewed 08 February 2015 by Ivan

I was generally pleased.

'Ivan' travelled with Eurotunnel on Le Shuttle

"Nice and easy"

Reviewed 07 February 2015 by David

As always the whole process was nice and easy. Looked on the main websites for crossings and prices, and Direct Ferries gave a better deal again.

'David' 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

47 Crossings Daily
35 minute crossing
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