In our travel information section, you will find advice for first-time travellers to the Continent as well as our latest sailing updates.
At P&O Ferries, we've made the crossing to Europe more pleasurable and more affordable than ever before with our car ferries to France and Holland to name a few. Our routes offer easy access to the Continent's motorways, allowing you to make your own way to the best of France, Holland, Belgium, Germany and Spain. And all of our ports are conveniently located to get you to your choice of destination. For instance our port in Calais, France has direct motorway access enabling those sailing on one of our car ferries to Calais to explore as much of France and the rest of Europe as they desire. Taking your car, on one of our cross channel care ferries, offers both the freedom to explore and the flexibility of packing your car with as much luggage as you need.
What you should know before you travel abroadknow before you go »
Information and advice on road safety equipment and the European requirements for driving on the Continent.driving in Europe »
The passport application system is changing to prevent fraudulent passport applications.application process changes »
Carry a breathalyser kit in your vehicles from 1 July.New breathalyser law »
Information and advice for cyclists whilst using the port of Dovercyclist information »
Travel updates and latest sailing information from P&O Ferries.sailing updates »
European emergency number
Imagine you are visiting an EU country or at home and you need to contact an ambulance, the fire brigade or the police. Would you know which emergency number to call?
Fortunately, there is no need to look up and remember the emergency numbers for each EU country you are visiting. Just remember 112!
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AA European Breakdown Cover new
Breaking down abroad without cover can be expensive. But with AA European Breakdown Cover you can contact us to arrange help 24 hours a day. So you can relax – that's what holidays are for!
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