TGV – France

    TGV: HIGH-SPEED RAIL TRAVEL, FRENCH STYLE TGV –Train de Grande Vitesse is the highspeed network for travel around France to Brussels, Italy or Barcelona at 320 km/h! These high-speed trains arrive in the very heart  of town serving more than 230 destinations in 15 countries across France and Europe. Book Read more [...]

  • flixbus

    FlixBus is changing the way millions of people travel in Europe. It is a combination of tech, e-commerce-platform and transportation company and has established Europe’s largest intercity bus network in just three years. Flixbus has 100,000 daily connections to 900 destinations in 20 countries. This international expansion has established domestic Read more [...]

  • isilines

    isilines was founded in July 2015 as part of the larger European bus network Eurolines. The bus company is mainly active in France, where it provides bus routes between larger metropolises as well as smaller cities. Most of the isilines bus routes meet in Paris. An advantage with isilines is Read more [...]

  • Eurolines

    Eurolines is the longest standing pan-European city to city bus company. It transports you door-to-door between and in 29 countries across Europe. You have access to 1200 destinations criss-crossing the entire continent. Its regular services roll along with a fleet of modern coaches that includes air-conditioning, reclining seats, comfortable legroom Read more [...]


    OUIBUS, owned by the SNCF (French national railways), offers low-cost bus services. Along with bus routes in France, travelers can also book inexpensive trips to adjacent countries including Italy, Spain and Germany. The focus of the bus company is to offer alternate public transport to connect cities and regions, especially Read more [...]

  • Easyjet

    easyJet, founded in 1995 by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, is one of Europe’s leading airlines, operating across 30+ countries on more than 820 routes with a modern fleet of Airbus aircraft flying over 70 million passengers a year. Click here and compare Easyjet with other airlines for timetables and best airline ticket Read more [...]

  • HOP: Airliner, Brit, Regional

    HOP! is the latest entrant in the Low-Cost Airlines market in Europe. It is part of the Air France group and is a consolidation of 3 regional airline companies: Airlinair, Brit Air and Regional. Click here and compare HOP! with other airlines for timetables and best airline ticket prices. This powerful Read more [...]

  • Ryanair

    Based in Ireland, Ryanair is certainly one of Europe’s favorite airlines. It carries 117 million passengers per year on over 1,800 daily flights from 84 airports, connecting over 200 destinations in 33 countries on a fleet of more than 350 Boeing 737 aircraft. With an additional 315 Boeing 737’s on Read more [...]

  • American Airlines

    On April 15, 1926, Charles Lindbergh flew the first American Airlines flight–carrying U.S. mail from St. Louis, Missouri, to Chicago, Illinois. Some 8 years later American founder C.R. Smith working with Donald Douglas created the DC-3, a plane that changed flying from mail to passengers. AA has come a long Read more [...]

  • Delta Airlines

    Who would’ve thought that what began as a humble, little aerial crop dusting operation known as Huff Daland Dusters in 1924 has blossomed into one of the world’s greatest global airlines, transportng more than 160 million passengers each year. Delta has grown from crop-dusting operations to serving more than 300 Read more [...]

  • Lufthansa

    Lufthansa is the largest German airline and, when combined with its subsidiaries, also the largest airline in Europe, both in terms of passengers carried and fleet size. It operates services to 18 domestic destinations and 197 international destinations in 78 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe, using a Read more [...]

  • Air France

    Air France (Compagnie Nationale Air France) was the national airline of France. Since the take-over of KLM it is a subsidiary of Air France-KLM. It is the fifth largest airlines in the world in terms of revenue with a frequent-flyer program: Flying Blue and it is a member of: Alliance Read more [...]

  • British Airways

    British Airways, often shortened to BA, is the flag carrier and the largest airline in the United Kingdom based on fleet size. BA serves over 160 destinations worldwide, including six domestic locations: Isle of Man, Jersey, Leeds, Bradford, London, Manchester and Newcastle. It is one of the few airlines to Read more [...]

  • Corsica Linea

    Corsica Linea is the new brand of Maritima Ferries, which acquired the ships of the SNCM in 2016, and which aims to provide the best service to the Mediterranean island of Corsica. The services of Corsica Linea are provided all year round from Marseille, the main commercial port in France. Read more [...]

  • Eurotunnel le shuttle

    For a quick and each crossing, use the Eurotunnel le shuttle. The Channel Crossing from Calais Coquelles, just 4 llsfglmiles South of Calais, runs up to 53 times daily and takes just 35 minutes. The Eurotunnel Calais Passenger Terminal has all the modern facilities you would expect and with 11 Read more [...]

  • Grandi Navi Veloci

    The Italian company GRANDI NAVI VELOCI operates two ferry links between the French port of Sète and the Moroccan ports of Tangier and Nador. GNV is one of the leading shipping companies operating in the fields of coastal navigation and passenger transport in the Mediterranean Sea. Sète-Tangiers/Nador are two-day crossings, Read more [...]

  • Irish Ferries

    Irish Ferries operates between Ireland and France catering for passengers, vehicles and freight. It now has the most modern fleet in Europe including the luxury cruise ferry Oscar Wilde which sails on the Rosslare to France route. With bright airy cabins, stylish lounges and a wide choice of entertainment and Read more [...]

  • P&O Ferries

    P&O has a fleet that cruises between Ireland, Holland, UK and France. The ships are regularly renovated and refreshed for the comfort of all passengers. An enjoyable journey awaits you every time you sail with P&O. The DOVER TO CALAIS route has 23 daily sailings with a crossing taking 90 Read more [...]

  • Stena Line

    Sail direct from Ireland to France with Stena Line on the Stena Horizon. Travel by ferry to France from Rosslare to Cherbourg and take a break in Europe. With 3 ferry crossings a week on the Stena Horizon and no baggage charges, you can pack and take what you want Read more [...]

  • CondorFerries

    Condor Ferries was founded in 1964. Since 1994 Condor has introduced new fast car ferries virtually every year, and now operates two of the world’s most advanced – Condor Rapide and Condor Express. In Autumn 1999 Condor launched its all-weather, all-year-round traditional car ferry service, to give its customers total Read more [...]

  • Corsica Ferries

    Corsica Ferries is the way to get to Corsica. From the mountains at Corte up to the fine sandy beaches of Ajaccio, Propriano or Porto Vecchio you will enjoy wonderful landscapes. You will be surprised by the immense beauty of Corsica. The advent of fast ferries opened the market of Read more [...]

  • DFDS Seaways

    DFDS Ferries offer you the choice of three routes from the UK to France for flexible travel plans. Cross the Channel from Dover to Calais, Dover to Dunkirk or Newhaven to Dieppe, with your car or camper and discover France at your own pace. DFDS ferry crossings make it easy Read more [...]

  • Brittany Ferries

    Brittany Ferries offers convenient cross-Channel ferries between the UK and France. Departures and arrivals are from Portsmouth, Plymouth or Poole in the UK and Cherbourg, St Malo, Caen, Le Havre or Roscoff in France. Choose from the speedy fast-craft crossings to relaxing daytime or overnight cruises, with many-times-a-day sailings on Read more [...]

  • Media Distancia – Spain

    Renfe’s Avant services are Media Distancia services provided by high-speed trains specifically designed for short journeys, as opposed to the trains used for the Ave service. They make it possible to take advantage of the high-speed railway to deliver mobility between nearby towns in more competitive times, and to benefit Read more [...]

  • AVE – Alta Velocidad Spain

    Alta Velocidad Española (AVE) is the high-speed rail in Spain at speeds of up to 310 km/h (193 mph). Alta Velocidad Espanola means “Spanish High Speed”, but in Spanish the word ‘ave’ means “bird”. Spain has the longest high-speed network in Europe with 3,100 km (1,900 mi).

  • Regional – Italy

    Regional trains are for local transport from smaller stations around a larger hub station. They feed into the InterCity network. Regional trains are also around major cities like Rome, Milan and feed into the High speed trains.

  • TGV France-Spain

    Spain is closer than you think. Travel directly to Madrid or Barcelona from 13 French cities. Whatever your reason for travel: A business trip, romance, or a getaway with friends, enjoy France and Spain with the SNCF (France) and Renfe (Spain) high-speed rail network partnership linking 13 French cities to Read more [...]

  • Frecciabianca – Italy

    Frecciabianca means ‘white-arrow’ – It is an Italian train operating at speeds of up to 250 km/h (160 mph). Frecciabianca runs on traditional lines outside of the High-Speed network, guaranteeing comfort and quality service. 86 trains a day* connect large and medium-sized centres, from 5 AM to 9 PM, meaning Read more [...]

  • Frecciargento – Italy

    Frecciargento are trains running through both the high-speed and traditional lines travelling up to 250 km/h with connections that shorten the distance between Rome and the major metropolitan basins of the North-East and South sides of the Country.

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