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Folkestone to Calais Train with EuroTunnel - Prices from £51

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You can use AFerry to book a train from Folkestone to Calais using the booking form above which will also compare ferry companies operating across the channel. Folkestone to Calais trains are operated by Eurotunnel.

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If you're not sure if the Folkestone to Calais route is right for you or you can't decide between ferry companies, if there is more than one, you might also find it useful to read any reviews we have available. We ask all our customers to send us reviews for Folkestone to Calais ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! Folkestone to Calais is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.

About Folkestone

Folkestone is the English terminal of the Channel Tunnel and offers regular trains from the South Coast of England to Calais in the north of France. With an average journey time of only 40 minutes, this is the quickest way to cross the English channel from the south Coast.

Folkestone will fascinate you with the spirit of the town, the charm of its people and the beauty of its countryside. People who love walking will enjoy the stunning scenic route and the famous giant hill figure of a White Horse, which has been carved into the hill side of the Downs. Folkestone is also famous for its annual Folkestone Literary Festival, which is internationally renowned.

About Calais

Tax is lower on cigarettes and alcohol in Calais, which means mean English tourists flock there for the 'booze cruises'. There are large warehouses around the town in which you can take advantage of these cheap prices, most famously Eurocity.

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Reviews

  • 17 Jun 2019
    Great day trip to Calais, Bologne and nausicca
    • Lovely day with the family, really easy booking with Aferry

      Review by DEBRA BOOTS

  • 08 Jun 2019
    Everything
    • Very good

      Review by LAMPRO BASO

  • 03 Jun 2019
    our journey
    • The only disappointment we had was on our return journey, the at book in and in the restaurants in France but because it was a bank holiday in England it probably was exceptionally busy.

      Review by FREDRICK CHAPPELL

  • 01 Jun 2019
    Eurotunnel shuttle
    • The shuttle train is very convenient and reduces lot of time if you are traveling to France or Belgium. There are no onboard facilities apart from toilets which I think it's fair as the journey is only about 40-45 mins.

      Review by ASHISH BOGAR

  • 31 May 2019
    A good way to cross
    • Living in NW England, we rarely use the tunnel, but other arrangements made it a good option and we were not disappointed. Employment of technology makes the check-in process painless and we were offered (and accepted) an earlier crossing, which was quick and painless.

      Review by ANDREW HILL-SMITH