With the advent of the Eurotunnel (whoever takes over the franchise), travel is both convenient and quick, making France an easy travel destination at anytime of the year.  There is no quicker route to France! More and more people are making France the destination of choice for either work or leisure with MILLIONS of visitors every year. Yes, France is a popular destination – before booking your tickets to France, some more details about the service.

Timetables
The Eurotunnel operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Two trains run each direction per hour from 6:00 am to 12 midnight and one train from midnight to 6:00 am.  It’s recommended that you arrive 30 minutes before departure time to properly check-in.  At peak hours, up to three trains can run at a time.
What is the Eurotunnel?
The Eurotunnel is a train service that transports both cars and their owners under the English Channel.  Basically, it’s similar in concept to the traditional car-carrying ferry, except it travels underground.  That’s a plus if someone has a tendency to become seasick.  Travel only takes 35 minutes (45 minutes between 12 midnight and 6:00 am), which is shorter than most intercity commutes, and one of the quickest ways to cross the channel.  Train service operates between Folkestone (southeast coast of Britain) and Calais (northwest coast of France).

Contact Tunnel Operator:

Eurotunnel
tel: 08443 35 35 35

http://www.eurotunnel.com/ukcp3main