Save up to 20% on France's top attractions
It’s hardly surprising that France is the most popular holiday destination in the world, not only is it home to wonderful cities and beautiful countryside, but France’s contribution to the arts, music, food, culture and literature is almost unrivalled.
Travel to France with DFDS and you can receive a discount on entry to some of the country’s most famous monuments and attractions. What’s more, EU citizens under the age of 26 get free entry into most of France’s national monuments and museums, and many museums are free for the first Sunday of each month.
- Save on entry to France’s most iconic and historic tourist attractions
- 3 routes to France, including 2 from Dover
- Up to 50 daily sailings between the UK and France
- Prices start from just £35 for a car plus 9 people
"Our driving holiday in France was an enjoyable experience. We didn’t realise how easy it would be. We will definitely do it again." Mr & Mrs Parnell, Kent
The Centre Des Monuments Nationaux is an organisation which manages a number of attractions and monuments throughout France, including the Castle of Carcassonne, Château d'Angers or the Panthéon in Paris and now you can enjoy discounted entry to 34 of these across France until 30 June. Typically entry to these monuments costs around €9 per person, and you can save around €2 per person, depending on the monument. So why not view our full list of attractions and monuments to see if any of them are near your chosen destination?
Simply book your crossing using one of the above links and you will receive your booking confirmation by email. Then just print your confirmation and present it upon entry to your chosen attractions.
As a major player in European and world history,
has a huge number of historical monuments and cultural hotspots, which naturally attract tourists. Many of France’s most famous monuments have been immortalised in classic literature, such as the Notre Dame Cathedral or Chateau d’If, setting of Alexander Dumas’s classic novel, the Count of Monte Cristo.
Other monuments are testament to huge events in history, such as the Arc du Triomphe and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and others are UNESCO World Heritage sites such as Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy.
3 routes to France
With 3 routes to France offering up to 50 daily sailings, ferry travel to France with DFDS is a quick, cheap and convenient way to explore the most popular tourist destination in the world. Hop on one of our cross-Channel ferries and you can sail from Dover to Calais in just 90 minutes, or to Dunkirk in 2 hours. We also operate up to 6 daily sailings between Newhaven and Dieppe, taking just 4 hours with comfortable seating and private cabins available should you require extra privacy.
Prices are subject to availability. Credit card & telephone booking fees apply. Terms & Conditions apply.
It’s always a proud moment when you’re recognised for your good work, we’re honoured to have been named again as the World and Europe's Leading Ferry Operator 2016 at the World Travel Awards. We have been Europe’s Leading Ferry Operator for 5 years running now, and the World’s Leading Ferry Operator for 6 years.
Offer is available for cars and up to 9 people, caravans and motorhomes up to 4.35m x 10m and motorcycles / motorcycles with side cars with up to 2 people. £20 supplement applies to bookings made on the day of travel. £10 amendment fees apply each way. Offer may be withdrawn at any time.