How to go from Paris to London
If you want to go from Paris to London this is the place to be! You can choose from lots of solutions. Here you will find something about every one. If you are looking for the cheapest way, remember to plan your inter rail or flight or journey in advance.
From Paris to London by train
If you want to go from Paris to London in less than 3 hours, you can do it by train! The Eurostar train goes all the way through the Chunnel. You will leave from the Gare du Nord and you will arrive at St Pancras International station, in the heart of London.
If you want to visit other cities of England, you can take a train to Ashford too. Or, if you want, you can stop also in Calais or in Lille, France.
The real advantage of going to London by train is that you should not arrive late. Plus, the entire travel will last and cost less than a flight! This is really amazing.
To London by bus
If you would not like to go to London by train, think about the car or the bus. If you choose to take the bus, you will probably spend less than anyone else. Flixbus and Eurolines propose different travel solutions and they all cost little money. By choosing this solution, you will cross the Eurotunnel and be in London without driving!
Paris-London by plane
If you want to go from Paris to London by plane, I recommend the cheapest. If you want to spend less money, opt for the airlines that leave and arrives from and to Beauvais airport. It is the most peripheral airport but you will save money that you can spend once you arrive in London!
Paris-London by ferry
If you are thinking about don’t taking the ferry because you are afraid of wasting your time to go from Paris to London, you are wrong! The ferry journey only lasts 1 hour and a half. Then you will be very close to London. It is the only solution that does not involve tunnels. If you want to go in London by ferry, you must take the train until Calais and then take the ferry to Dover. After that, you must take a train to London.
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