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Holland Ferries - Ferry ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Holland Ferry sailing to and from Amsterdam, Hook of Holland and Rotterdam (Europoort) with Stenaline, DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries.

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Travelling to Holland by ferry is a quick, easy and stress free way to get there and back again. Book your cheap Holland Ferry tickets to and from Amsterdam, Hook of Holland and Rotterdam (Europoort) with Stenaline, DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries online and enjoy more choice and flexibility.

With the latest Holland Ferry crossing information and timetables for all sailings to and from Amsterdam, Hook of Holland and Rotterdam (Europoort) with Stenaline, DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries including information on the ferry ports and useful tourist information about the destinations our detailed route and city maps will help you plot your Holland Ferry ferry journey.

If are travelling to Amsterdam, Hook of Holland and Rotterdam (Europoort) with Stenaline, DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries then book a ferry crossing with Holland Ferry and arrive at your destination refreshed, relaxed and happy.

Holland Ferry offers fantastic fares to and from Amsterdam, Hook of Holland and Rotterdam (Europoort) with Stenaline, DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries ferry ports.

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Both P&O and DFDS Seaways offer a selection of mini cruise holiday breaks from Newcastle and Hull to Holland. These mini breaks are extremely popular and provide an economical way to experience the best of Holland in a relaxed and comfortable way.

The price you see is the price you pay. There are no hidden extras or surprises such as added fuel surcharges or booking fees and we do not charge you anything extra for paying with a Visa Electron card. The price we quote you for your selected Holland Ferry route, onboard accommodation and vehicle type is all you will pay, and that's a promise.

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More About Holland

Holland is renowned across the globe for its superb arts scene and bustling nightlife. Should you choose to explore Holland on your next vacation, you'll be rewarded with a holiday you'll always remember.

Stena Line’s Harwich to Hook of Holland ferry route is the most modern in the world and home to the worlds largest Superferries the Stena Britannica and Stena Hollandica. Sail direct from Harwich to Holland or travel from London to Amsterdam using the dutchflyer rail and sail service.

The Stena Line ferry from Harwich International Port to the Hook of Holland is the most direct route to Holland from the south of England. Travel in luxury onboard one of the brand new Superferries sailing direct to Holland, the Stena Hollandica and Stena Britannica.

The Harwich to Hook of Holland timetable has two crossings so that you can choose between day and overnight sailings. Fares to Holland start from £59 single for a car and driver or just £39 single for a dutchflyer rail and sail ticket to and Dutch rail station.

Amsterdam Canals at Night
Adventures in Holland usually begin one of its main cities:

Amsterdam, Holland's capital, and you'll appreciate the range of museums and quirky shops the city has to offer, as well as its status as one of Europe's most cycle-friendly cities.

Rotterdam is one of Holland's most beautiful cities. A former European Capital of Culture, its stunning architecture and vibrant live jazz cafés make it a popular destination with cultural explorers in Holland.

Similarly, choose to explore The Hague and you'll find a city with an energetic international atmosphere that is the toast of Holland, with a stunning town centre and some of Holland's most famous sculptures.

Holland's other cities also offer much to explore:

Eindhoven, for instance, is known as one of the centres of fashion, design and technology in Holland, and is also famous for its football team, PSV Eindhoven.

Maastricht is one of Holland's oldest cities: here, you can explore ancient caves and enjoy the peaceful countryside of South Limburg. And take a river cruise in Maastricht, for a fantastic way to explore the sights and sounds of this beautiful town.

Visit the friendly city of Utrecht in Holland, and you'll be rewarded with a unique experience. Explore the 112 metre high Dom Tower and enjoy Dick Bruna Huis, a new museum dedicated to Bruna's 'Miffy' character.

The historic Dutch city of Delft is also popular with visitors to Holland; explore Delft's old market square and its traditional Dutch cafes for a taste of authentic Dutch culture in Holland.

Amsterdam is a special city with absolutely unique atmosphere attracting lots of visitors yearly. Its tolerance to light drugs and prostitution made it a popular destination among tourists from all over the world. The government’s policy probably is "Allow it so you can control and regulate it”.

The authorities were smart enough to realize that it was impossible to enforce the law in the area of what is called now the Red Light District. So an unofficial policy of tolerating this business was adopted. As long as the women worked inside they could do their business, they made potential customers aware of their presence through a small opening between the curtains. As the years went by the curtains opened more and more. The lights inside the rooms are red because women look at their best then - and because historically red lights have always been used to show potential customers where the action is. In the year 2000 prostitution was legalized. The main objective of this law is to prevent forced prostitution and exploitation of women.

Those of you, wanting to experience the adult Amsterdam, should of course visit it. The best time to visit is after dark, when the red lights create a special atmosphere. The girls stand behind red glass doors, dressed in fancy underwear, trying to attract the attention of passers-by. When men see a girl they like, they knock on her door, she opens it and they shortly negotiate on the price and other stuff. If they agree, the man enters, and the door and curtain close.

The Red Light District in Amsterdam is located in the heart of the oldest part of Amsterdam, covering several blocks south of the church Oude Kerk and crossed by several canals. The red light district is a network of alleys containing a little less than three hundred tiny one-room cabins rented by female prostitutes who offer their services from behind a window or glass door. The area also has a number of sex shops, sex theatres, peep shows, a sex museum, a cannabis museum and a number of coffee shops that sell marijuana.

So, whatever part of Holland you're keen to explore, travel via ferry to Holland and you're guaranteed to have a great holiday - as well as a great trip there and back!


Holland

Holland is often referred to and interchangeably called Netherlands, even though officially Holland only makes up roughly about 15% of the entire Kingdom of the Netherlands. It first became an independent republic in 1572, following the Dutch revolt led by William of Orange. It became a country in 1805 upon the appointment of King William I as “King of Holland".

World War II and the Nazi occupation left the country in near ruins and devastation, but it was able to rebuild itself. Holland became a member of the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg), an economic union of the monarchies and is considered as the precursor of the European Union.

Today, Holland enjoys a parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarch and is a founding member of NATO and the European Community.

This low-lying country is divided by three large bodies of water: the Rijn, the Waal and the Meuse. The terrain is generally flat and portions of the land are just at or below sea level. Climate is moderate with warm summers and cool winters, but rainfall is prevalent the whole year round.

Scheduled Ferry Services to Amsterdam, Hook of Holland and Rotterdam (Europoort) operated by Stenaline, DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries link Holland directly to England.

FerryTO also offer a Rail-and-Sail option from London to Amsterdam, the price of which includes both discounted train and ferry tickets from London to Amsterdam. For more info please click here.

Rail and Sail

FerryTO also offer a Rail-and-Sail option from London to Amsterdam, the price of which includes both discounted train and ferry tickets from London to Amsterdam. For more info please click here.

 


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Best Price Guarantee - We always offer you our lowest available DFDS Seaways, Stena Line or P&O passenger and car ferries ticket price to and from Holland. There are no hidden extras or surprises such as added fuel surcharges or booking fees and we also we do not charge you anything extra for paying with a Visa Electron card. The price we quote for your selected Holland ferry ticket, onboard accommodation and vehicle type is all you will pay, and that's a promise!

In the unlikely event you find the same all inclusive Holland ferry ticket cheaper in the brochure of any other tour operator we promise that we will do our best to beat that price or offer you the choice of requesting a refund. To book Holland car and passenger ferry tickets please click here.

 

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