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What is the best way to get from London to Paris?

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2011-07-24 07:10:58
2011-07-24 07:10:58
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 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.

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