France's best food and wine festivals and how to reach them without flying

Fine wine and fun travel are a great combination for any holiday. For Brits wanting to take advantage of Covid restrictions easing, a trip via the Eurotunnel to a French food and drink festival has the makings of a delightful adventure.

The Eurotunnel connecting the countries makes short-haul flights unnecessary, and booking onto the Eurostar is far chicer anyway. You only need to turn up at St Pancras Station in London around 40 to 50 minutes before departure, and there are fewer restrictions around baggage too – so you can return with all the cheese you want.

Driving through Eurotunnel Le Shuttle is even quicker, and still more eco-friendly than flying.

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