Travel to England by road
Visitors from the continent driving by car will need to board a car ferry and will usually arrive in Dover or Portsmouth on the South coast. From Dover, drivers should take the M20 to London where they can continue their journey to anywhere in the UK.
To plan your car journey, we recommend using the AA Route Planner
For more information on ferry routes to the UK, visit: directferries.co.uk/england.htm
For more information and to check for possible delays, visit: trafficengland.com
Travel to England by train
Travelling by train to England from Continental Europe involves taking the Eurostar train to Ashford International in Kent or Kings Cross-St Pancras International in Central London. From Central London, you can take onward rail travel to anywhere in England.
For more information and to check train times and prices visit: eurostar.com/uk-en
For more information and to check train times and prices regarding onward rail travel visit: nationalrail.co.uk
Travel to England by plane
You are able to fly to England from airports all over the world. There are many large international airports in England including London Heathrow, London Stansted and London Gatwick, as well as Manchester and Birmingham Airports.