You cannot drive the Channel Tunnel. It carries trains only. You can however load your car onto the train and transport it. The trip from the French coast to Paris will take you about 6 hours assuming you go by Autoroute (roughly like a U.S turnpike) but the tolls are quite steep, perhaps ?20 or more. However the speed limit is generally 130 km/hr so you can make very good time. Also be aware that a car you rent in the U.K. will almost certainly be right-hand drive but France uses left-hand drive, like the U.S. and Canada. Also you will probably only be able to rent a manual gearbox unless you pay for a high-end vehicle.
First off, you will take A20 & M20 (towards the CHANNEL TUNNEL and DOVER), from Sidcup, London, to either the CHANNEL TUNNEL at J11A (recommended), or to DOVER (via A20 beyond the Channel Tunnel), where you will follow signs to the CAR FERRY (alternative) to CALAIS, FRANCE. This will be 55-65 miles (the shorter route being the Channel Tunnel).You will then take either the CHANNEL TUNNEL shuttle service or the CAR FERRY to CALAIS, FRANCE, where you will continue on A26 PARIS. From Calais to Paris it is 280 km (174 miles) taking the route below:Take A26 to A1 PARIS.Take A1 to Paris.The Channel Tunnel is operated by the EUROTUNNEL SHUTTLE, and the Dover-Calais Ferry is operated by P&O FERRIES. For more info, see the related links.
How else? Excepte for 24 miles in the channel tunnel, of course.
The Channel Tunnel is 50.45 km or 31.35 miles.
The Chunnel is a name that was sometimes used for the Channel Tunnel before it was built. A tunnel cannot move. It cannot go from Paris to London, or to anywhere else at any speed. The Channel Tunnel an underwater railway tunnel that links the United Kingdom with France, it runs underneath the Strait of Dover. It is 50.45 Km long.
First off from London to the Channel Tunnel/Dover it is 60/75 miles taking this route:Take M20 towards the CHANNEL TUNNEL and DOVER, from London, to either the CHANNEL TUNNEL at J11A (recommended) or to the DOVER FERRY PORT, via A20 (secondary alternative).Take either the CHANNEL TUNNEL shuttle or the DOVER-CALAIS CAR FERRY to CALAIS, FRANCE.From Calais, it is 280 km taking this route:Take A26 PARIS, from Calais, to A1 PARIS.Take A1 to Paris.For more info on the EUROTUNNEL and the DOVER-CALAIS CAR FERRY, see the related links below:
425 miles (684 kilometres) taking this route:Follow M1 SOUTH from Hucknall to M20 via M25 (LONDON ORBITAL) towards DARTFORD to bypass LONDON.Take M20 (towards DOVER CHANNEL TUNNEL and MAIDSTONE) to either the CHANNEL TUNNEL (recommended) at JUNCTION 11A, or the DOVER-CALAIS FERRY (toll) (alternative) to cross the ENGLISH CHANNEL into FRANCE. The Channel Tunnel uses a high-speed car-transport system and goes from FOLKESTONE, U.K. to COQUELLES (right next to CALAIS), FRANCE.From either the TUNNEL or the FERRY dock, follow E15 to PARIS. The E15 approaching Paris is the A1.
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.
Eurotunnel is the company which owns and operates the Channel Tunnel between England and France.The Channel Tunnel is 50.5 Km (31.4 miles) long, of which 37.9 Km (23.5 miles) is underwater.
38 miles taking the CHANNEL TUNNEL.
275 miles (442 kilometres) taking this route:Take A20 & M20, from London, to the CHANNEL TUNNEL at J11A.Take the CHANNEL TUNNEL across the English Channel to just outside of CALAIS, FRANCE.Once you are in France, exit the tunnel, and follow signs to A26 towards PARIS.Take A26 to A1 PARIS.Take A1 to PARIS.
There is the English Channel between England and France which is 21 miles at the closest point. You cannot drive between the two Countries but you can drive onto a train which takes you through the Channel Tunnel.
The driving distance from London to Calais, France (east terminus of the Channel Tunnel) is 108.5 miles. Other locations in France are farther, e.g. Paris is 290 miles and Toulouse is 705 miles.
50.45 kilometers = 31.35 miles.
Eurostar is the brand name of the company running high speed trains London-Paris and London-Lille-Brussels through the Channel Tunnel. The Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 Km (31.4 miles) undersea rail tunnel linking Folkestone, Kent, in the United Kingdom with Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, near Calais in northern France beneath the English Channel at the Strait of Dover. At its lowest point, the Channel Tunnel is 75 metres (250 ft) below sea level.
The Chunnel is a name that was sometimes used for the Channel Tunnel before it was built. THe Channel Tunnel is 50.5 Km long (31.4 miles).
The "Chunnel" is about 31 miles long, of which 23 miles are underwater. In kilometers, the Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 Km from end to end, of which 37.9 Km is underwater.
The driving distance from London, UK to Basel, Switzerland is about 525 miles / 842 km on the A26.First of all you will have to get on either the CHANNEL TUNNEL or the DOVER-CALAIS FERRY. You can get to the Channel Tunnel and Dover via M20 (J11A off M20 to get to the CHANNEL TUNNEL), and to get to Dover, you will continue on A20 past the Channel Tunnel to DOVER. Once you get to Dover, you will follow signs to the FERRY. The distance from London to the Channel Tunnel is 60 miles; the distance from London to Dover is 70 miles.Take either the CHANNEL TUNNEL (recommended) or the DOVER-CALAIS FERRY (alternate) to CALAIS, FRANCE.From Calais, it is 750 km taking this route:Take A26 PARIS, from Calais, to A4 METZ-NANCY, in Reims.Take A4 to A35 MULHOUSE, in Strasbourg.Take A35 to BASEL, SWITZERLAND.For more info on the Channel Tunnel and the Ferry, see the related links below:
There are 891 miles from Barcelona to London not counting the ferry or the tunnel. It is just under a 15 hour drive, again not counting the channel crossing.
Depends where in England, obviously. I live 10 miles from the tunnel, so I could be in Paris within 4 hours 30 minutes, as Calais to Paris takes around 3h20m - or longer if you get stuck in traffic!
Eurotunnel is the name of the company which operates The Channel Tunnel it is 50.450 km (31.35 miles) long
Paris,Bruxelles,Rotterdam,Amsterdam,Koln,Bonn,Dusseldorf,Duisburg,Antwerpen,Normandy (all via the Channel Tunnel)
Eurotunnel is the name of the company which owns and operates the Channel Tunnel, as well as other business interests. The Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 Km from end to end, of which 37.9 Km (23.5 miles) is underwater.
Eurotunnel is the name of the company which owns and operates the Channel Tunnel, as well as other business interests.The Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 Km (31.4 miles) from end to end, of which 37.9 Km (23.5 miles) is underwater.The Channel Tunnel connects the United Kingdom and France. It runs between Folkestone in Kent and Sangatte near Calais in Pas-de-Calais.
The Channel Tunnel is 23.5 miles (37.9 km) long.