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Channel Tunnel Train Crossings from Eurotunnel Le Shuttle

Eurotunnel Le Shuttle is the fastest way to cross the channel taking just 35 minutes to get from Folkestone to Calais.

Eurotunnel Le Shuttle trains are the only way to transport your car through the Channel Tunnel, and crossings depart on an extremely frequent basis with as many as four departures an hour. This gives you some of the most flexibility and choice for your crossing.

There are many other advantages to booking with Eurotunnel Le Shuttle. As well as the speed of the journey, the train takes you direct from Motorway to Motorway, you have no baggage restrictions or fuel supplements and one ticket will cover a car and up to 9 passengers. There are also good facilities in the two tunnel terminals at Folkestone and Calais, although waiting times are usually limited.

If you wish to travel on the Channel Tunnel as a foot passenger you will need to use the Eurostar passenger train service.

Compare Eurotunnel Le Shuttle crossings using our fare search tool or get direct prices from the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle website.




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