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from folkestone to calais.

by jalalm6

Hello guys, i'm going to calais next november and i need to know how long it's gonna take me between folkestone to calais on the eurotonnul, including cueing, wating then leaving the train.

many thx

Re: from folkestone to calais.

by leics

No-one can tell you how long you will have to queue on any given day in the future, nor how long it will take to disembark. You should check-in no earlier than 2 hours before departure and no later than 30 minutes.

You will find detailed information on the Eurotunnel website:

Journey time is around 35 minutes. I'd want to check-in earlier rather than later, and thus would allow for at least 2 hours from check-in to being on the road in France.

Travel Tips for Folkestone

Countryside surrounding Folkestone

by hundwalder

This photograph was taken from a gravel road running alongside a sheep pasture. The road is typical of those serving the rural areas near Folkestone and most of the countryside bordering the English Channel. Sheep raising and wool production is still very important to the local economy of the region. The countryside of much of the UK has retained much of the same pastoral look it has maintained for centuries.

The pasturelands shown here stretch all the way to water's edge of the English Channel in places. In the far horizon of this photo is shown the Normandy coast of France. Unfortunately the sky above the channel was very hazy making the Normandy coast barely visible in the photo.


by whitecliff62 about LUCHIANOES RESTAURANT

A great site awaits you when you enter this restaurant, there are hundreds of wine bottles covering the ceiling, all i could think of was if 1 of those strings broke it could fall down and knock you out hahahahahahahaha


by whitecliff62

This is the folkestone war memorial which is placed stratigicaly at the top of a road called rememberence hill, it has special meanings for me because my fathers father is listed on the memorial for loosing his life in the 2nd world war, and it is also the gathering place every year on rememberence sunday where reathes are laid at the memorial

Nice Folkes

by CitizenTed

"A Home by the Sea"

I'm not sure why Folkestone isn't a more visible destination for overseas tourists. Brits tend to visit in summer, as Folkestone has a beach and the obligatory pier area. The French abound because Folkestone is a transportation link to France. But there are few international travelers to this overlooked gem of a town. Pity, because I had a great time in Folkestone. The High Street is attractive and neat. The city center is compact and easy to navigate. The touristy seafront is perhaps a bit gauche, but if you just chill a bit and let the salty wind carry your senses, you can overlook the sad, rusting, multi-colored carnival below. Being a tourist means you don't have to work, and touring Folkestone on a weekday gives you a brilliant insight into typical small-city English life. From smarmy young camera dealers to creaky old house painters, Folkestone is a place of regular folk(e)s. The streets are safe at night, even for an American who was drinking way too much, way too late. I met wonderful people in Folkestone - people much like my peers at home. My BandB was host to a group of touring Danish motocrossers, which made for lively breakfast conversation. I also met a beautiful Japanese woman, who agreed to join me on my trip along the southern coast. Thus, Folkestone will always have fond memories for me. If you can do without the noise and expense of London, and if you bore of long stays in rural West Snotshire, Folkestone would be a perfect stop for a long weekend. Historical sidetrips to Rye and environs will help keep things fresh.


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