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Getting from France to England
Getting from England to France is cheap and easy for the most part. There are many options to choose from including budget flights with cheap airlines like Ryanair and Easyjet. There are dozens of ferries every day connecting various port cities in France and England and there is also the train going through the Channel Tunnel, or the 'Chunnel' as it is sometimes affectionately called. Whatever option you choose, a trip to France does not have to be overly expensive.
If you are bringing a car, a road trip to France does not have to be expensive. Norfolkline.com, for example, runs ferries between Dover and Dunkirk with prices being around £19 for a one-way journey. Prices include taxes and bringing a standard-sized car full of passengers. Other options available include cheaper return tickets and open return tickets.
Another cheap way to get from England to France is to take a cheap flight which is often the best way to get there if you don't need to bring a car. Easyjet, for example, offers cheap flights from London Luton to Paris. Prices vary greatly on a supply and demand basis, but they can be as low as £20 one-way, including all taxes and charges.
Eurotunnel.com, home to the Channel Tunnel, is generally one of the more expensive options, but it is fast and convenient and it also allows you to take a car with you. For a one-way ticket, the cost is about £42, including the price of a car. There are many other ticket options with some being more suitable for frequent travellers.