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Paris- London - to drive or take the train?

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Hello, we are a family who love road trips, we like to fly somewhere rent a car and drive everywhere. That way we can stop anywhere and discover new towns.
that being said...I know in Europe its a little different from the USA, I hear the trains are more efficient/economical, especially between the two countries ( France and England).

What would make sense? We would like to see the countrysides of both countries, also London and Paris. we only have 10 days. But we don't mind just driving thru a town, stop to eat and continue on.
I guess we would pick the car up in London e return in Paris.

Also does it make sense at all to rent a car to drive in England, from London to countryside and do the same in France.
Thank you in advance for your advice,
Lilian

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