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A Swiss family in Great Britain experiences the horrors of traffic jams

In front of Gotthard, cars are currently backed up every weekend on a stretch of around ten kilometres. Anyone wanting to go south would have to wait two hours. Although it is difficult for the victims, it does not compare to what has been happening on Britain’s south-east coast since Friday.

The towns of Dover and Folkestone are used to tourist crowds. Because from there you travel by ferry (Port of Dover) or Eurotunnel (Folkestone) via the English Channel to France and continental Europe. Usually these crossings are trouble-free and the officials work quickly.