Planning a European trip is often expensive and daunting. If you live across the Atlantic, across the Equator in the Southern Hemisphere or around the world in India and the Far East, traveling to any country in Europe can be a pretty big deal. Once you dip your toes in, why not go all out and take the plunge. Why just visit one country in Europe when it is so easy to visit several? Why stay in Continental Europe when crossing the English Channel has never been easier or cheaper?
It can be confusing to decide which mode of travel is best for you in terms of costs, convenience and personal preference when planning cross-border and cross-Channel trips between the UK and Continental Europe. With that in mind, I'm launching a library of travel information about how to travel to key destination cities and regions in the UK from the most popular vacation destinations in Europe. Starting today with Paris and Northern France (thus my romantic picture of the Canal St Martin, above), I'll be regularly adding more travel directions to Britain from cities and towns throughout Europe.
If you are planning a trip to Europe and would like to know how to get to the UK (all over the UK, by the way, not just London) from a particular area on the Continent, do let me know by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, read all about How to Travel to the UK from Paris and Northern France.
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