The French rail service provider, the 'SNCF', will be launching its coach service linking England and France. According to the AFP (Agence France Presse), the new service between London and Paris will also be stopping at several other European cities, although details on this are to be released on 4 July, while the service will make its debut on 27 July, just in time for the Olympic Games. The attractive ticket prices include Wi-Fi access onboard all 46 coaches, which are also equipped with barrrier-free facilities for people with restricted movement.
Although existing popular coach company, Eurolines, is experiencing a surge in bookings for the Olympics, the SNCF's new initiative is bound to rival the former, despite an increasing demand.
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