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Cheap ferries and cruises from the UK.
Below are some of the UK’s top travel companies with the cheapest prices on ferry crossings and cruises on the web.
DFDS Seaways has been providing shipping services in the Scandinavian and North Sea region for over 130 years, and today carries 1.8 million passengers and 200,000 cars annually on routes offering service to six countries.
If you’ve travelled by sea to Scandinavia, Germany or Holland, it is likely you will have heard of DFDS Seaways. With seven passenger ships offering routes serving the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany and Holland, DFDS is the largest operator in the North Sea. DFDS offers travellers inclusive holidays, short breaks and ferry crossings.
Eurostar has changed the way that people travel between Europe and the UK, and has become the number one choice for trips on the London-Paris and London-Brussels routes. And it doesn’t stop there – with Eurostar connections you can reach over 100 more destinations across France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
Having travelled on Eurostar many times in the past, I’ve always found them to run a very tight, professional service compared with standard UK rail services – well, really there is no comparison between the two. For trips to Paris, especially weekend breaks, Eurostar by far the most pleasant way to travel.
P & O Ferries
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P&O Ferries is one of the most well known and trusted brands. Wherever you’re travelling to, on holiday or on business, P&O Ferries offers a wide range of routes: Dover to Calais, Portsmouth to Bilbao, Hull to Rotterdam and Hull to Zeebrugge.
Formerly known as Thetrainline.com – Trainline is a fully impartial rail ticketing website, providing a cheaper way to buy train tickets online. They offer easy access to timetables, tickets and fares for all National Rail journeys across the UK. You can even book as late as two hours before travel.