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Are there trains from Germany to Dieppe, France?

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Are there trains from Germany to Dieppe, France?

How can I travel by train from Coburg in Germany to Dieppe, France to catch a ferry from Dieppe to Newhaven in England?

The ferries seem to only leave at 5.30am or 6pm. Are there any others during the day?

Thanks

Amanda

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1. Re: Are there trains from Germany to Dieppe, France?

Obviously no direct connection, but you can still travel from Coburg to Dieppe with a few train changes. You can find schedules here - reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en…

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2. Re: Are there trains from Germany to Dieppe, France?

Trains only via Paris. There are only 2 ferries a day as it is not a major route.

The main ferry route is Calis to Dover, but as a foor passenger it is usually much faster to take the Eurostar train through the tunnel.

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3. Re: Are there trains from Germany to Dieppe, France?

Thank you. The quickest route was through Belgium to Brussels and under the Channel from Calais to Ashford. The route is in high demand so book as early as possible for the best fares and seats, especially in the popular timeslots eg Friday afternoon.

Amanda

4. Re: Are there trains from Germany to Dieppe, France?

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