Ferry to England

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England ferry routes:

  • Penzance to St Marys
  • St Marys to Penzance
  • Amsterdam to Newcastle
  • Belfast to Liverpool Birkenhead
  • Bilbao to Portsmouth
  • Caen to Portsmouth
  • Calais to Dover
  • Calais to Folkestone
  • Cherbourg to Portsmouth
  • Cherbourg to Poole
  • Dieppe to Newhaven
  • Douglas to Heysham
  • Douglas to Liverpool Birkenhead
  • Douglas to Liverpool
  • Dubline to Liverpool
  • Dunkirk to Dover
  • Fishbourne to Portsmouth
  • Hook of Holland to Harwich
  • Le Havre to Portsmouth
  • Rotterdam Europort to Portsmouth
  • Ryde to Portsmouth
  • Ryde to Southsea
  • Santander to Portsmouth
  • St Helier to Poole
  • St Helier to Portsmouth
  • St Malo to Portsmouth
  • St Malo to Poole
  • St Peter Port to Portsmouth
  • St Peter Port to Poole
  • Yarmouth to Lymington
  • Zeebrugge to Hull

Booking a ferry to or in England is simple, easy and safe with AFerry, just use the booking form above to get a price.

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How much is the ferry to England?

Route Price Fare Details
Calais - Dover
(P&O Ferries)
£50
  • Booked: Sunday, 13 October 2019
  • Travel: Wednesday, 16 October 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 1
Dunkirk - Dover
(DFDS Seaways)
£46
  • Booked: Monday, 14 October 2019
  • Travel: Wednesday, 16 October 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 1
Dieppe - Newhaven
(DFDS)
£52.68
  • Booked: Thursday, 3 October 2019
  • Travel: Sunday, 1 December 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 2
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How to book your ferry to England

Booking a ferry to England couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.


More About England

England attracts numerous visitors each year with its diverse culture, varied landscapes and rich history.

Many tourists stick to London with its many free museums and world famous monuments like Big Ben but England has a lot to offer you besides the capital. Don't just stick to London next time you visit.

There is plenty more to England than the capital city. The best way to explore it? In your own car of course.

Don't forget England is the home of Manchester - birthplace of Oasis and home of two of Europe's greatest football teams as well as the world famous university towns of Oxford or Cambridge.

England Travel Guide

Everybody knows about England, the land of Dickens, Sherlock Holmes, the Royal Family, Big Ben and a thousand other famous sights. But did you realise all of those things are in the London? There is plenty more to England than the capital city and the best way to explore it? In your own car of course.

Don't forget England is also the home of Manchester - birthplace of Oasis and home of two of Europe's greatest football teams as well as the world famous university towns of Oxford and Cambridge. And then of course there is the English countryside full of rolling green hills and dotted with pretty villages - the perfect place to enjoy a traditional English tea of scones with jam and clotted cream and cucumber sandwiches.

England is also a country full of history. There can be few countries in the world that have been occupied, and in turn occupied others, as England. The Romans, the French, the Vikings, they were all here and left their imprint on the culture and monuments of the land. But don't forget also that England is the home of Democracy as we know it. Concepts that were exported to France and then on to America. And of course England was the birthplace of the industrial revolution and the first factories which shaped the economy and the way we all live today.

There can be few countries in the world that have been occupied, and in turn occupied others, as England


Travel in England

There are many ways to get around once you are here. England enjoys very good transport links but be warned because some of it can be a little bit expensive. For travellers on a budget or even if you just want to save a few pounds there are plenty of buses and private coaches that go up and down the country to all the major cities. Often you'll find coach stations next to or near train stations and the price is often less than half the cost of a train. Most coach companies also let you book online which can save you a further few pounds too.

If you do want to take a train, make sure you book well in advance as turning up in the morning and taking a train to Manchester or Liverpool could cost you hundreds of pounds. Often as much as a return air ticket to France, Spain or Greece!

turning up in the morning and taking a train to Manchester or Liverpool could cost you hundreds of pounds

If you use the London Underground also make sure you buy a day pass. The more you pay the more regions you can travel in. You will often find that the cost of one single journey underground ticket is the same or even more than a ticket for the whole day. You can buy all tickets from machines but don't be shy if your English isn't great - England is a very multicultural country and you'll certainly hear plenty of accents in your travels. English people also call the underground 'the tube' and an underground station is also sometimes called a 'tube station'.

Of course the ideal thing is to have your own car. It gives you the freedom to truly go wherever you want and actually get out of London. And believe us you'll meet more French, Spanish and Japanese people in the tourist hot spots in the summer than English people anyway. Luckily, taking your car from Europe to England is incredibly easy. Just drive on the ferry and drive off. Make sure your you are covered by your insurance - normally if you have full insurance in the EU you are free to drive anywhere - just drive on the ferry and drive off.

Of course the ideal thing is to have your own car. It gives you the freedom to truly go wherever you want and actually get out of London

The only tricky part is driving on the left - and not forgetting that fact as you drive along an empty country road - believe us it can happen and you get a nasty shock when someone comes straight for you on YOUR side of the road and you momentarily think "What are THEY doing?!"


Places to visit and things to see

We are from Oxford so I guess you might expect us to recommend it but Oxford and the surrounding area should definitely be on your list. Not only is Oxford a beautiful and charming city full of unique architecture but there are many wonderful free museums. There is the world famous Ashmolean where you can see great paintings of the Oxfordshire countryside by John Constable.

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England Popular Questions

Want to know more about your journey to England? We've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers to help you plan your journey.

How much is the ferry to England?

The cheapest price for England found by AFerry customers recently is £35, on the Guernsey - Poole route for travel Monday, 2 December 2019 with Condor Ferries. Our most popular England route, Calais - Dover, has recently been booked for £50 with P&O Ferries, travelling Wednesday, 16 October 2019. Prices also vary depending on the date and time of travel.

Which ferries go to England?

Ferries to England are operated by DFDS Seaways, EuroTunnel, P&O Ferries, Red Funnel and Wightlink plus many more.

Where can I get a ferry to in England?

With AFerry you can book a ferry to Dover, Folkestone, Lymington, Portsmouth and Southampton to name a few.

How long is the ferry to England?

It depends where and when you travel. The quickest crossing to England is Ryde - Portsmouth with Wightlink and takes 22 min, while the longest crossing is Santander - Portsmouth with Brittany Ferries and can take up to 29 hrs 45 min.