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The best way is probably the Eurostar train, which goes direct from London to Paris via the Channel Tunnel. You can also take your car through the tunnel on a Eurotunnel trai…n between Folkestone and Calais. For a slower but perhaps more relaxing journey, take the sea ferry between Dover and Calais. You can also catch a short-haul flight between the London airports and Paris Orly.
There are many low-cost airlines that fly within the EU. You can try a search site and enter terms such as PARIS BARCELONA FLIGHTS OR AIRLINES There's also fast train servic…e - check out www.raileurope.com for schedules. Note however that tickets purchased in the U.S. tend to be a bit more expensive than buying when you're already in the EU, although buying ahead make sure you have a seat. Also if you're under 26 there are special fares that are more than child/teenage fares but less than the full rate.
FlyBe flight from Southampton to Paris
There is an RER (regional rail system) station at one end of Charles De Gaulle Airport. It's fast and, unless you have a lot of people in your group, less expensive than… taking a taxi.
An interesting question. There are a number of routes you could take and to work out the best one would be subjective depending on your individual requirements. I guess the Eu…ro tunnel would be a good option. First you'd have to catch a train to Ashford international station. That takes about 1 hr from Eastbourne, and it costs about £10. When you arrive at Ashford Intl. you'll need to go to the international section, that is down the stairs from the platform then you'll be in a subway type area with lots of stairs leading off to different platforms. The international area is all the way to end of this tunnel area. Incidentally, that route is one of the nicest train rides i have ever ridden on. It goes right along the seafront, though Hastings and St. Leonards etc. Make sure you sit on the right hand side of the train for maximum window viewing potential. Of course if you are making the journey at night then it doesn't really matter, sit where you like. Don't attempt the train option on a Sunday. Very often they are doing work on the lines and you'll have to catch a replacement bus - this can add 2 or 3 hours on your journey time, i know it happened to me and i was stuck on a bus for hours on a Sunday afternoon. I was doing this journey once and the heating on the train had broken, it was freezing and all the passengers had to huddle together in one carriage! If you're familiar with British rail then you'll know that was a very surreal experience. Another option, and probably cheaper would be to catch a ferry from Newhaven. Drive to Newhaven very early in the morning because the price of a ferry ticket rises throughout the day, it's very cheap at 6 or 7 in the morning, by lunch time it's expensive. Then drive to Paris, you'll be looking at about 1 hour to Newhaven, 2 hours on the Ferry and another 4 hours from Dieppe to Paris. Those timings are a very rough guess, I have never taken that route.
I dont know, maybe train to London, then Eurostar to Paris?
The easiest and fastest way to get around in Paris is to use the Metro and RER trains. The metro/RER pass also allows you to take any bus route within Paris, but while you wil…l see a great deal more of Paris, the pace can be sluggish. Another versatile way of moving around is to use the bike-rent scheme "Vélib", very popular with the Parisians, and often faster than using a car.
By car, from Paris, France 1. Head north on Place de l'Hôtel de Ville toward Avenue Victoria go 20 m total 20 m 2. Take the 1st left onto Avenue Vi…ctoria About 1 min go 0.1 km total 0.2 km 3. Turn left at Rue Saint-Martin go 69 m total 0.2 km 4. Take the 1st left onto Quai de Gesvres go 0.2 km total 0.4 km 5. Continue onto Quai de l'Hôtel de Ville About 1 min go 0.6 km total 1.0 km 6.Continue onto Quai des Célestins go 0.3 km total 1.3 km 7.Quai des Célestins turns slightly right and becomes Quai Henri IV About 1 min go 0.7 km total 2.0 km 8.Continue straight onto Voie Mazas About 1 min go 0.4 km total 2.3 km 9.Slight left at Quai de la Rapée (signs for Nancy/Metz) go 7 m total 2.3 km 10.Slight left to stay on Quai de la Rapée About 1 min go 0.6 km total 2.9 km 11.Continue onto Quai de Bercy (signs for Périphérique/A4) About 2 mins go 2.1 km total 5.0 km 12.Continue onto L'Autoroute de l'Est go 0.2 km total 5.2 km 13.Continue onto A4 Partial toll road Speed cameras begin in 4.3 km About 2 hours 44 mins go 314 km total 319 km 14.Take the exit onto A31/E25 toward Luxembourg/Thionville About 7 mins go 10.7 km total 330 km 15.Take the exit onto A31/E25 toward Thionville/Yutz/Luxembourg/Trèves Speed camera in 8.1 km Entering Luxembourg About 16 mins go 26.3 km total 356 km 16.Continue onto E25 go 0.3 km total 357 km 17.Slight right toward E25 go 0.4 km total 357 km 18.Slight right at E25 About 7 mins go 10.7 km total 368 km 19.Take the exit onto A6/E25/E44 toward Liège/A4/Esch/Alzette/Bruxelles Continue to follow A6/E25 About 5 mins go 9.3 km total 377 km 20.Take the exit go 0.5 km total 377 km 21.Continue straight go 0.1 km total 378 km 22.At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto CR181 heading to Kopstal/Bridel About 3 mins go 2.8 km total 380 km 23.At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto Rue de Luxembourg/N12 About 5 mins go 3.2 km total 384 km 24.Turn right at CR101/Rue de Mersch Continue to follow CR101 About 8 mins go 7.1 km total 391 km 25.Slight right at CR102 About 2 mins go 1.7 km total 392 km 26.Slight right to stay on CR102 (signs for Mersch/A7/Ettelbrück) go 0.3 km total 393 km 27.Turn left to merge onto A7 toward Ettelbrück About 4 mins go 7.7 km total 400 km 28.Take exit 6-Colmar-Berg toward Roost/N7 About 1 min go 0.6 km total 401 km 29.Continue straight go 0.7 km total 402 km 30.Turn right at Rue de Luxembourg/E421 Continue to follow E421 About 3 mins go 2.0 km total 404 km 31.Sharp right at CR123/Rue de Cruchten Continue to follow CR123 About 2 mins go 2.1 km total 406 km 32.Turn left at Zahneschhaff About 2 mins go 1.0 km total 407 km 33.Continue onto Burghof About 1 min go 0.8 km total 407 km Then you'll be in Luxembourg
Flying would be the quickest and easiest but if you want somthing different you can get a ferry to England and then travel in the underground train to Paris.
There is a train service between Dublin and Killarney. You could also go by road, in a car or bus.
What is the distance from Dublin to Blarney Ireland. How is the best way to Blarney Ireland from Dublin for the day?
to visit Blarney for the day you could travel by car on the M7 and M8 motorway - about 2.5 hours from the limit of Dublin or you could travel by train from Dublin Heuston to C…ork and travel to Blarney from the station - about 3.5 hours
The quickest way would be to get a taxi. The cheapest (€2.20 adult single at time of writing have change, they won't accept notes) would be to get one of the Dublin Bus ro…utes to the city centre and then another bus, possibly the 46A from the city centre. Another option would be to get a bus to the city centre and then the train, known as the DART to Dún Laoghaire. That would be quicker. Aircoach (a privately operated bus company) now has a route that goes through Dún Laoghaire as well which is dearer(€8 adult single €14 return) but it is faster, the stop is right outside the airport door and it runs through the night. So during night time this is the cheapest option. See the links below.
The best way is to fly, as there are flights between Dublin and Cork. The other options are road and rail. You can get a train from Heuston Station, which you can get a bus to… from the airport. You can also get buses from the airport to the main bus station in Dublin called Busaras, from where you can get buses to Cork. You could also drive, by going south towards the M50 from Dublin Airport, joining the M50 and coming off at Junction 9 and then driving to Cork.
The quickest would be to fly, but as there are not many flights, going by train would be best or you could get there by driving or by bus.
By air -- from Dublin airport to Strasbourg or a nearby airport
If you are driving the best route is the N19/N18 to Limerick and then the M7/N7 to Dublin. This involves 2 toll roads -- one under the River Shannon on the N18 and the other n…earer Dublin on the M7. Total journey time would be approx 2.25 - 2.30 hours, depending on your final destination in Dublin. By public transport you can get a bus from the airport to Limerick and then either a bus or a train to Dublin. The bus would be cheaper but the train is generally a bit quicker, although it involves a change of trains at Limerick Junction, which could be awkward if you have a lot of luggage etc