We hope the volcanic ash cloud won’t affect us at all however we have just put some information together for you about some alternative methods of transport to get you to Italy!
Please remember that you have to be in Italy 1 full working day before the wedding so bear this in mind whilst planning your journey.
FERRY: Brittany Ferries – www.brittany-ferries.co.uk – ferries from Portsmouth to: Caen, Cherbourg, St. Malo, Santander. Ferries from Cork to: Roscoff. Ferries from Plymouth to: Roscoff, Santander. Ferries from Poole to: Cherbourg.FERRY: LD Lines Network – www.ldlines.co.uk – ferries between Portsmouth and Le Havre, Newhaven and Dieppe, Dover and Boulogne, Ramsgate and Ostend.FERRY: Norfolk Line – www.norfolkline.com – ferries between Dover and Dunkirk, Liverpool and Belfast, Liverpool and Dublin, Rosyth (Edinburgh) and Zeebrugge (Belgium).FERRY: P&O Ferries – www.poferries.com – try and get across the English Channel back to the UK.FERRY: SeaFrance – www.seafrance.com – same as above.FERRY: Stena Line – www.stenaline.co.uk – ferry routes between Belfast and Stranraer, Larne and Fleetwood, Dublin Port and Holyhead, Dun Laoghaire and Holyhead, Rosslare and Fishguard, Hook Of Holland and Harwich.FERRY: Transeuropa Ferries – www.transeuropaferries.com – ferries between Ostend (Belgium) and Ramsgate (Kent).
TRAIN: Eurostar – www.eurostar.com – Paris / Brussels rail and tickets from elsewhere in France and Belgium.TRAIN+CAR: Eurotunnel – www.eurotunnel.com – if you have a car, or can still rent one, you may be able to get under the English Channel and back in to the UK.TRAIN: OEBB – www.oebb.at – get across Austria and Europe with Austrian rail.TRAIN: TGV Europe – www.tgv-europe.com – the specialist booking site for travelling on High Speed Trains in Europe.TRAIN: TrenItalia – www.trenitalia.com – trains connecting the whole of Italy, international routes as well.