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How long does it take to drive to Disneyland Paris from the Channel Tunnel?

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Depends - It can be done in 3 hours with your foot down, but even at a steady 70mph, with a 30 minute break it can be done in the 4hr mark. (Unless of course you hit the Paris area at rush hour!) Count on 3 hours and a quarter, respecting the speed limit. Sunday evenings, there may be a jam at the toll booths. And the toll is variable depending on the time you get there; it's more expensive going towards Paris at the end of a weekend from 16:30. Be sure not to go all the way in to Paris. Just past the Charles-de-Gaulle airport exit, you take the A104, south and then connect to the A4, east.

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You drive south to Folkestone where there is a tunnel underneath the English Channel. You drive onto a train, then sit as the train goes under the tunnel in 35 minutes. The train comes out in Calais. You can then drive on to Paris.

Eurotunnel is the name of the company which owns and operates the Channel Tunnel, as well as other business interests. You have two options for travelling through the Channel Tunnel. You can take a high speed passenger train, or you can put your car one of the drive-on, drive-off vehicle transporting trains. The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name for the car carrying trains which run through the Channel Tunnel between Folkestone and Calais. This is the option if you want to take your car. You then have to drive from Calais to Disneyland. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Some of these trains stop at Ashford, not far from Folkestone. You can then take a train all the way to Disneyland, but you may need to change trains en route.

First of all, it isn't in Paris, but 20 miles to the East. This is important, as it means you can drive there from other parts of Europe without getting snarled up in Paris traffic. Paris is the most visited city in Europe, and equidistant between the north and south of the continent. It has excellent communications, access to the Channel Tunnel, and cheap flights to the USA.

Depending on traffic, from 30mins to 1hr30

The distance between Disneyland of Paris and Germany is 750 kilometers. It is a 7 hour and 40 minute drive.

Yes.Road vehicles are carried on drive-on, drive-off vehicle transporting trains through the Channel Tunnel.A train takes approximately 25 minutes to go through the Channel Tunnel.The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name for the car carrying trains which run through the Channel Tunnel between Folkestone and Calais.

The Channel Tunnel is a rail tunnel which connects England and France, running underneath the English Channel. The Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 Km from end to end, of which 37.9 Km is underwater. The Channel Tunnel runs between Folkestone in Kent and Sangatte near Calais in Pas-de-Calais. At its lowest point, the Channel Tunnel is 75 metres (250 ft) below sea level. A train takes approximately 25 minutes to go through the Channel Tunnel. The Channel Tunnel opened in 1994. You have two options for travelling through the Channel Tunnel. You can take a high speed passenger train, or you can put your car one of the drive-on, drive-off vehicle transporting trains. The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name for the car carrying trains which run through the Channel Tunnel between Folkestone and Calais. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar trains run at up to 300 Km/Hr on the High Speed Lines on either side of the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Some trains stop additionally at other intermediate stations. Currently these are the only passenger trains operating through the tunnel. The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. There is approximately one train per hour in each direction.

yes, assuming you use the channel tunnel or a ferry to cross the English channel

Take a ferry across the Channel. The busiest route is from Calais to Dover, but there are some other routes to the west.Take the Channel Tunnel. Basically, at the terminal in Calais you put your car onto a large train. The train travels through the Channel Tunnel underneath the sea, and emerges at Dover, where you drive off.Take a passenger train. The Eurostar service travels through the Channel Tunnel and links London directly to Paris.Take the plane.

via the channel tunnel, or a ferry to West coast of France

The whole Paris to London journey can be done in a little over two hours. The Eurostar train will pass through the tunnel itself in around 20 minutes under normal conditions.

The driving distance from London, England to Disneyland Paris, in Paris, France is 295.8 miles. The drive can take anywhere from 5 hours 10 minutes to 6 hours 10 minutes, depending on traffic.

It is 14.15 miles from Charles de Gaulle International Airport to Disneyland Paris in France. The drive takes about 15 minutes in normal traffic.

The Channel tunnel (actually twin tunnels) is a railroad tunnel, the second-longest the world . There is no road inside save for the third tunnel, which is a single carriageway escape tunnel (special emergency vehicles, able to drive in either direction, were designed for this safety tunnel)

No, you can't. It is a train tunnel. You have two options. You can take a high speed passenger train, or you can take put your car one of the vehicle transporting trains. A train takes approximately 25 minutes to go through the Channel Tunnel. The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name for the car carrying trains which run through the Channel Tunnel between Folkestone and Calais. Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Currently these are the only passenger trains operating through the tunnel. The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. There is approximately one train per hour in each direction.

No. It is a railway tunnel.You have two options. You can take a high speed passenger train, or you can take put your car one of the vehicle transporting trains.A train takes approximately 25 minutes to go through the Channel Tunnel.The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name for the car carrying trains which run through the Channel Tunnel between Folkestone and Calais.Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel.Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe.Currently these are the only passenger trains operating through the tunnel.The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. There is approximately one train per hour in each direction.

== == you can't drive through the channel tunnel. It's a railway tunnel. When you arrive at the terminal (Folkestone or Calais) you check in - using a machine which scans your ticket without your having to leave your car - go through immigration and customs, and drive onto a train. The train takes bout half an hour to go through the tunnel, and at the other end you simply drive off and out into the wide blue yonder.

Yes, but you have to cross the English Channel. You can do this by using a ferry or you can put your car on a train which will cross the Channel via the tunnel.

The average time is 8 hours, depending on where you start from.

Eurotunnel is the name of the company which owns and operates the Channel Tunnel, as well as other business interests.As it is a company, technically it cannot travel anywhere!The Channel Tunnel connects the United Kingdom and France. It runs between Folkestone in Kent and Sangatte near Calais in Pas-de-Calais.The maximum speed allowed in the tunnel is 160 km/Hr.A train takes approximately 25 minutes to go through the Channel Tunnel.You have two options for travelling through the Channel Tunnel. You can take a high speed passenger train, or you can put your car one of the drive-on, drive-off vehicle transporting trains.The Eurotunnel Shuttle is the brand name for the car carrying trains which run through the Channel Tunnel between Folkestone and Calais.Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel.Eurostar trains run at up to 300 Km/Hr on the High Speed Lines on either side of the Channel Tunnel.Eurostar uses the stations: St. Pancras (London), Gare du Nord (Paris), Bruxelles Midi (Brussels) and Lille Europe. Some trains stop additionally at other intermediate stations.Currently these are the only passenger trains operating through the tunnel.The Eurostar takes 2 hours 15 minutes between London and Paris. There is approximately one train per hour in each direction.

'Chunnel' isn't a term that is used anymore. It was a media manufactured term for the Channel Tunnel when it was being built. In answer to your question, do you just want to look at the entrance or do you want to travel through the tunnel? You can't drive through it because it is a rail tunnel so you have two choices. If you want to take your car through the tunnel, you have to drive it on to a train and then drive it off again at the French side of the tunnel. If you are a visitor to London, the easiest way is to go to St Pancras International Station in London and get on a Eurostar train to Paris, Brussels or Lille and that will take you through the tunnel. Whichever method you choose, you will need your passport.

there are a number of motorways round Paris including the Périphérique (Paris' ring-road). Disneyland Paris is located 30 to 40 km East of Paris on the A4 motorway. Websites such as mappy.fr or viamichelin.fr will provide you with driving directions; it is likely that even if you are starting from Western Paris, the route will not go through the capital.


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