Ferry passengers warned they could face two-and-a-half-hour queues at Dover this weekend

Passengers have been advised to arrive three hours ahead of time at Dover as port braces for weekend queues.

Long queues are expected at the UK’s port of Dover this weekend as schools break up for the summer holidays.

Travellers could face waits of up to two-and-a-half hours on 22 and 23 July, with passengers advised to arrive three hours ahead of their scheduled departure.

The busiest time is likely to be between 6am and 2pm, the port has warned.

More than 3,000 private cars are expected before 10am on Saturday – more than five times the number on Tuesday – UK newspaper The Guardian reports.

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