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1. P&O Ferries

Whether it's a day's shopping trip or a holiday break you're after, at 90 minutes journey time, our Calais to Dover ferry crossing is a quick and enjoyable way to get to the county. With numerous crossings, round the clock, you really can come and go at your leisure.


2. SeaFrance

SeaFrance offers the very best quality and service at the very best prices, and with 30 crossings a day between Calais and Dover it’s never been easier to travel to Kent from the Continent.


3. LD Lines

LD Lines and Transeuropa Ferries operate a network of exclusive cross channel ferry routes and added the popular Ostend-Ramsgate crossing to their existing ferry routes in February 2010. This new service operates

year round and there are 4 crossings each way during the week.


4. DFDS Seaways

Travel on the only ferry route into Kent from Dunkerque, France with DFDS Seaways, formally known as

Norfolkline. DFDS Seaways provide a fast and efficient car ferry crossing across the English Channel which

boasts a unique service where family travellers can enjoy the comfort and luxury of their brand new purpose built cross channel ferries with designated areas for both motorists and freight drivers.


5. Eurotunnel

Relax in the comfort of your own car on the fastest Channel crossing from Calais to Folkestone in just 35 minutes. The fast and reliable service operates around the clock, 365 days a year and operates up to four crossings an hour during peak times. With no fuel supplements and no luggage restrictions, this is a hassle-free way to travel.


6. Eurostar

Eurostar operates convenient, high-speed passenger rail travel services with connecting links over 100

destinations in Europe. Travel directly from Paris, Brussels and Lille and arrive directly to Ashford or Ebbsfleet

International stations.


7. Cruise Ship

The Port of Dover is one of the top cruise destinations in the UK. Experience the best of Kent, from the welcome at the port to luxury VIP packages. Whatever your requirements, Kent has it all. The Garden of England awaits.


8. Flybe

You can now travel to Kent by air, courtesy of the UK’s Number One Domestic Airline, Flybe. Flybe now operate daily scheduled flights from Edinburgh or Manchester straight into Manston, Kent’s International Airport. With journey times from as little as 70 minutes, this really is a quick, hassle-free way to travel.


9. Southeastern

With journey times from London as little as 37 minutes from London to Ashford International Station, courtesy of Southeastern’s high speed service, travelling to Kent from London is faster than ever before. With regular train services running all over the county, it’s easy to get out and about when you are here.


10. Stagecoach

Stagecoach provides local bus services all over the county with depots in Canterbury, Herne Bay, Thanet,

Folkestone and Dover with routes extending to Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells also. Their reliable and

inexpensive travel ensures travelling around the county is as convenient as can be.


For more information on travelling to Kent go to www.visitkent.co.uk

Top 10 Ways to get to Kent.