BlaBlaCar – it is possible to find car sharing opportunities for journeys across Europe. There is a cost attached to each journey, but it is always a very affordable option.
Facebook Group ‘Liftshare – Calais and Dunkirk Refugee Camps’ – is a very active group with lots of volunteers crossing over from Calais/UK nearly everyday. You may need to join the group and ask on there if anyone could take your guest. (this is always free travel, with maybe a bit of petrol money needed)
The train journeys are no longer free for Ukrainians, however, train tickets in Poland are a lot cheaper than they are in the UK and there are ways to travel very cheaply. You can search for tickets here. Look for connections marked as TLK, which offer the cheapest tickets.
Ukrainians are able to get a free ticket to get through Germany, it is possible to use it to travel onwards to following countries: Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Denmark, to Paris and Marseille in France (ICE, TGV and Thalys), Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia and Italy/South Tyrol. More information here.
Free onward travel for those arriving with Deutsche Bahn’s Help Ukraine ticket
Eurostar offers free travel to London St Pancras from Brussels-Midi.
Free rail journeys for Ukrainians. Information on the website is only available in Slovak and in Ukrainian.
Renfe are offering free travel on the rail network in Spain.
Trainline has a good and up to date list of what different countries are offering.
It is possible to travel with pets on trains, it may also be possible to travel with pets using car sharing websites, however your guests would need to check with the driver first. Ifaw produced a brilliant guide explaining entry requirements for pets in different countries across Europe, you can find it here.