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Travelling by Road

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South East England has excellent road links and is easily accessible by car. It's easy to drive around and explore by road.

Motorways including the M1, M2, M3, M4, M11, M20, M23, M25, M26, M27 and M40 run into and across the region, as well as many major A roads.

To plan your route, try The AA’s Car Route Finder

To find out the latest travel information, visit Traffic England

Eurotunnel

If you’re travelling from overseas by car, you can drive straight onto the Eurotunnel train in Calais.  Eurotunnel take vehicles and their passengers from Calais to Folkestone in only 35 minutes. Once you arrive in Folkestone, the South East is easily accessed via the M20. It is the fastest cross-Channel operator for motorists and operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with up to four departures an hour.  To find out more, visit the Eurotunnel

Taxis & Car Hire

Reserve a taxi from Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport or holiday destinations is a really flexible way to travel throughout the south east. With a wide range of vehicles available there are many options for family travel, luxury cars for special occasions and mini buses for groups. Alternatively, explore the South East in style with a Bunk Campers.

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