Cross channel ferries close to cheap breaks12.01.2010
People who take the cross channel ferry lead a country that offers very cheap and reasonable prices for tourists, according to one expert, who said that there are different types of breaks available.
Carolyn Boyd, editor of France Magazine, said that British tourists will not adjust for another summer staycations and bad weather and predicted that many will venture through the channel to spend time in France.
She said, "A French holiday may be the same price if not cheaper than a British vacation ... you will eat better for the same price."
Money can be saved on free outdoor activities such as beach trips, according to Ms Boyd, who said in Britain people would have to pay for indoor treats, if Storm clouds dominate the summer again.
The Times reported on the options that are open to travelers taking ferries to Dunkerque, with one of the events stand out from the first run of the season in April.
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