hull to amsterdam

Hull to Amsterdam

Heading to Amsterdam is a holiday that so many Brits take as it’s not too far away, it’s affordable and it’s one of the most interesting cities in the whole of Europe, if not the world. Seeing Amsterdam for the first time is simply breath-taking and that’s why many people take a holiday there more than once! Getting there can be an event too; you don’t need to get on a plane or drive hundreds of miles to get there paying up for toll roads and driving on the “wrong” side of the road, as you can take the ferry direct from Hull to Amsterdam.

This means that for those living in the Midlands, the west and the east of England can travel to mainland Europe with ease. P&O Ferries are the main company that handles Hull to Amsterdam trips and have stunning cabins, are full of facilities such as restaurants, cafés and bars on board, as well as have regular trips to Holland so you’re bound to find a date to suit your needs. All that is required from you is that you turn up an hour or two in advance at the port, board the ferry and enjoy your trip. That’s all you have to do, no waiting in queues or hassle.

With the comfortable en-suite cabins of P&O Ferries, you can be assured that your trip on the North Sea will be as pleasant as possible. Instead of trying to stay awake all day driving there or waiting in an airport terminal, the ferry simply wafts its way across the water at night. You depart in the evening from Hull and arrive in the morning at Rotterdam in the morning, then you can easily get to Amsterdam from there. As the calming waves of the North Sea generally set holidaymakers off to sleep, you can be assured of a good night’s sleep and be refreshed for the day ahead.

Spending time in Rotterdam and Amsterdam is like no other holiday you’ve ever experienced before. With glorious canals, cafés, cuisine from around the world, designer shops and a sea of bicycles in Amsterdam, to the grand buildings, parks and shopping outlets of Rotterdam, there is so much to see and do. Of course, you’ll want to see the museums, the tulip fields and visit the windmills, which there are day-trips available to do so or you can simply play it as it comes and explore the stunning city of Amsterdam as you please.

The trip from Hull to Amsterdam is so pleasant and easy to organise, and that’s why so many people prefer to use this mode of transport, especially as P&O Ferries has such an incredible reputation and has done for many years. If you want to head further afield from Amsterdam, there is the De Eftling theme park, the stunning South Limburg region which boasts cities such as Arnhem, or you might find that the attractions and activities in Amsterdam are simply too good to want to go anywhere else.