You can also take your car through the tunnel on a Eurotunnel train 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.
I dont know, maybe train to London, then Eurostar to Paris?
London! ... Paris!! (and I live 40 miles from London)
The best way to get from London to Versailles is by the Channel Tunnel. After reaching Paris on the train, there are 14 trains that go to Versailles.
No, London is way bigger than Paris. London is 1706.9 km squared whereas Paris is only 86.9 km squared
According to the official website - a one-way ticket from Paris to London costs £138.
in london paris?
The best way to get more information about Eurostar tickets would be to go straight to the Eurostar website. Here you can see all the information related to the trip from London to Paris. A one way ticket starts at 48.50 Euro.
No. Paris is in France. London is in England.
The best way is by train.
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Of course Its london! Paris is closer to London than Glasgow.
London. Paris is the capital of France.
The best way is to take a train from London to Paris and then change to the night train which runs direct to Venezia San Lucia Station. But this is also the most expensive way to reach Venice. The cheapest and most common way from London is with a cheap airline like RyanAir or EasyJet flying from London Stansted or London Gatwick airport direct to Venice San Marco or Venice Treviso airports and then taking a connecting bus or waterbus into the city of Venice.
No. London is in England. Paris is in France. They are both cities, and in Europe.
FlyBe flight from Southampton to Paris
You cannot travel all the way from London to Paris by ferry. If you are in Central London, the easiest and most convenient way is to travel by Eurostar from St Pancras International Station to Gare de Nord Station in the centre of Paris. No changes, no hassle, straight through. The fare will depend on when you are travelling. Look out for special deals.
Because it happens in London The one in Paris in called the Paris marathon
there are many differences for example the way they are spelt notice London has a capital L and Paris has a capital P one similarit6y is they are both full of foreigners
It would take about 1 hour to fly from London to Paris.
The distance between London and Paris is 211 miles.
2h30mn by Eurostar from downtown Paris to downtown London
No. Paris is the capital of France. London is the capital of the United Kingdom.
George Orwell is the author of Down and Out in Paris and London