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Train Provider UK Stations Destination Car / Foot
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SNCB EuropeSNCB Europe
  • St Pancreas
  • Lille Europe / Calais
  • Paris Gare Du Nord
  • Brussels
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Train to France Information

Getting the train to France is one of the fastest and easiest ways to travel to France. If you are travelling by foot you can simply jump on the Eurostar, and in just two and a quarter hours you will be whisked straight to the Gare du Nord station in Paris. Travelling at 186mph, the Eurostar is comfortable and convenient and now caters for 70% of all London - Paris journeys.

If you are travelling with your car and want to get to France in a hurry then the quickest way is via the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle, which will take you across the Channel in a mindblowing 35 minutes. With the ability to transport most vehicles, from a push bike to a coach, the Eurotunnel Le Shuttle offers speedy access to the the highways of Europe and beyond. Simply drive your vehicle onto the double decker train, park up, and in just over half an hour you will be alighting the train, ready to start your European adventure.

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Embrun is located about 30 kilometres away from Gap in France’s Provence region. The town sits on a cliff just above the river Durance and underneath Mont Guillame. This means Embrun is in a very attractive location which unfortunately has meant some parts of the town and the countryside which surrounds it have been over-developed. Despite that fact, much of the historical centre of the town has been retained and there are some tourist attractions that are well worth seeing. If you are thinking about visiting Provence for a holiday then you may want to think about checking out Embrun whilst you are there.


Dynamic Draguignan

Draguignan is a major conurbation in Provence. Whilst this town is not a traditionally important destination for tourists visiting Provence, over the last few years there have been improvements made to the town centre and it has become an increasingly popular destination. The town is also attractive because it has one of the region’s largest shopping centres, so if you are visiting this part of France on holiday, you may want to think about checking it out.


Guide To Digne-les-Bains

Digne-les-Bains is a town in Provence located below the Cousson mountain on the banks of the river Bléone. It sits in a region filled with thermal springs in the South-East of France. The town likes people to refer to it as the lavender capital because this variety of flower is grown across large parts of the surrounding countryside. The town used to simply be called Digne until 1988 and many people still use that name. The name was expanded because of the town’s connection to thermal baths and spas.


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