Fans trying to get to the Champions League final are facing enormous queues at the Kent border.
Thousands of Liverpool FC supporters have descended on the Port of Dover along with families trying to get away for half term.
There are currently around three hours of queues at the port, as fans try to board the cross-Channel ferries en route to Paris for tomorrow's match.
The port of Dover has advised passengers to “pack adequate supplies including food and water” as it is expecting “a very busy week ahead”.
Ferry firm Irish Ferries warned customers to “expect delays of up to three hours at port security and check-in”.
P&O Ferries wrote that traffic on Jubilee Way, a key road used to access the port, is “at a standstill” and there are “also queues on the A20 on the approach to Dover”.
The Kent Resilience Forum (KRF) has now confirmed that all cross-Channel services for Friday to Sunday are very busy and as a result turn-up-and-go tickets for this weekend are no longer available.
Liam Devlin, who was among those queuing in the port, wrote on Twitter: “Absolute chaos at the Port of Dover
“Taking around three hours to get through to the gates to even board any ferry, double the amount of time they advise.
“No organisation whatsoever. Shambles.”
Suleman Qureshi posted: “The queues at Dover are ridiculous as expected. The reds have taken over!”
Another fan wrote: “Three hours in a queue at Dover after driving down on no sleep is comparable to the pain of childbirth. Glad we’re a day early.”
Meanwhile, the RAC issued a warning over congestion on motorways and major A roads as an estimated 17.9 million leisure trips by road will be made between Friday and Sunday, with Saturday the busiest day.
Spokesman Rod Dennis said: “Major routes to holiday destinations will start to clog up”.
He added: “Drivers can beat the worst of the queues by planning the time of their trips carefully.
“An early start is always best or, failing that, driving at dusk if that’s a feasible option.”
Mr Dennis also urged motorists to carry out pre-journey checks such as oil and coolant levels and tyre pressures to “cut the chances of becoming a breakdown statistic”.
Toby Howe, tactical lead at the KRF, said: "This weekend, and the eve of the Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday, will be very busy on Kent’s cross-Channel routes and people should be prepared.
“If you are travelling to Europe via Kent, make sure you keep up to date with the traffic and travel news, including via @HighwaysSEAST @KentHighways, allow extra time and carry something to drink and eat, so you can be comfortable in delays.
“KRF partners will be meeting regularly throughout this busy period, continually assessing updates from the Port of Dover, Eurotunnel, and National Highways, so we can manage the flow of traffic to the border.
"All traffic management options at our disposal are possible as we work to keep Kent open for business and the county’s roads moving as smoothly as possible.”