The UK travellers are now looking to spend their short breaks and summer holidays in the beautiful locations of the continental Europe. People are opting for stress free ferry travels on their vacations and the Dover – Dunkirque route is growing more popular to cross the Channel and reach the desired destinations. This article is all about to find pros and cons for holiday trip in Europe.
The year 2010 will be marked as the year of EuroHop as predicted by one of the leading ferry operators in the UK. This is no wonder as most of the people these days want to experience affordable short breaks or holiday trips on foreign locations, particularly in Europe. The UK travellers mostly prefer ferry travels on their vacations for the minimal luggage restrictions and great onboard facilities and ferry to France is the most popular route to reach the continental Europe. Instead of sailing to and fro Dover Calais, the busiest route across the Channel to France, people are now opting for the quieter ferry route Dover to Dunkirk, which takes just 2 hours of crossing time between UK to France. This route on the English Channel offers immense pleasure to the passengers as they can enjoy spectacular sea view and great onboard services. Thus hopping over to Europe on vacations was never as easy as it is now on this route.
The port Dunkirk being connected with many important roadways is a popular gateway to explore France and the route specialised for car ferry passengers provides easy access to many other European countries like Belgium, Holland, Spain, Poland, Germany and Italy etc. Every year Spain attracts the highest number of travellers from the UK which is around 14 million along with France 10.9 million, Italy 3.4 million, Germany 2.7 million, The Netherlands 2 million, Belgium 1.8 million and Poland 1.6 million. France is also the most popular ski destination for the UK travellers.