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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. If you fancy a bit more of a scenic route and would like to take in more of the country, you can sail across to five other French ports. These are Cherbourg, St Malo, Caen, Le Havre and Roscoff.
It couldn’t be easier if you are travelling with your car across the channel. Booking a ferry with us will provide one of the cheapest ways to travel to Paris. We don’t just provide routes via ferry, you can also book the Eurotunnel on our website, another quick and easy way to get you and your vehicle across to France. Leaving from Folkestone on the south east coast of the UK, le shuttle makes the journey from England to France in just 35 minutes, leaving you plenty of time to complete your trip.
The distance from Calais to the capital is around 180 miles, However, Dieppe is the closest ferry port to Paris. It is situated just 120 miles away with the drive taking under 2 and a half hours. The journey takes you through stunning French countryside, on a rural route passing Rouen. You’ll follow the beautiful banks of the Seine, right into the centre of Paris. To get to Dieppe you’d have to leave from Newhaven, but if you want to take the ferry to Paris from Dover then you’ll have to choose to disembark at either Calais or Dunkirk.