Coach travel 1930s’ style.
…via Dunkirk and Folkestone in this splendid 1932 poster by Cassandre.
Morning, noon and night? Three different but equally enticing Mont Blanc poster treatments from 1928 by Georges Dorival.
From the pre-Beeching era when you could still see (most of) Britain by train. A 1962 poster by Kenneth Bromfield, designed to tempt the French.
Let the hovercraft take the strain. In 1974 this was the glamourous way to cross the channel.
Here’s a rather lovely Czechoslovakian airline poster from 1930, with planes speeding through the skies on winged feet and perhaps occasionally reaching London. The artist is Vilem Rotter.