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  • Hull - Zeebrugge

    Car + 2
    Travel: Friday, 25 December 2020
    from: £237
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Hull Information

The Hull ferry port is located on the river Humber and is approximately 25 miles from the river's mouth and the North Sea. The city of Hull is located in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and is one of the county's biggest cities. Hull was the parliamentary seat of William Wilberforce, who set in motion the events that lead to the abolition of the slave trade in Britain. Amongst the city's landmarks are the KC Stadium and the Hull Truck theatre, as well as several large shopping centres, and miles of industry along the riverbanks.


Zeebrugge Information

Zeebrugge ferry port is linked with Bruges by a 7.5 mile canal and is very close to the fashionable sea Resort of Knokke and the pituresque village of Lissewege. Zeebrugge ferry port easily accessed via the N34, N9 and E40 from Dunkirk (Dunkerque) and Calais and also from Antwerp, Knokke and Holland. Just follow signs for the ferry port.

On the Zeebrugge sea front, beaches, hotels and cafes give tourists a warm welcome. The Zeebrugge wholesale fish market is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. Zeebrugge is of course a popular destination for those wanting to visit Brugges, one of Europe's most scenic cities.

Reviews

  • 02 Feb 2020
    Great trip
    • Great trip last week to Zeebrugge for shopping, very helpful friendly staff, quality of food was lovely but quite expensive. Cabin while small was functional. only downside to trip is they keep knockng your door and rush you to disembark both there and back home and the bus into the town and back to the port only runs twice a day not every 30 minutes as stated.

      Review by MICHELE EVANS

  • 29 Jan 2020
    Great way to travel
    • Great in every way. Ate in both the Brasserie and the kitchen. For variety the kitchen is amazing. The seafood was too cold - not been taken out of the fridges early enough. Other than that, the food was great. Staff we all very attentive and helpful. Will definitely be using the service again. Club cabins are well appointed - bunk cabins pretty basic.

      Review by VIVIAN HALL

  • 18 Dec 2019
    Better musician at last
    • Last few times piano bar singers have been poor but this time the act was much better. Shower in cabin broken no hot water sink blocked. Couldn't hear announcements in cabin

      Review by Anon

  • 04 Nov 2019
    Eating in the Brasserie
    • We decided to eat in the Brasserie and found it was a big mistake. Far too many children shouting and playing up for a nice meal. The staff were not that good. Took far too long to firstly actually get someone to take our order. And then too long for that Oder to get to our table. I waited 20 mins to order my starter. People who had just sat down were then instantly looked after. One of those actually apologised to me for that.

      Review by JOHN WOODHOUSE

  • 05 Oct 2019
    Smooth and pleasant
    • Our crossing was smooth and pleasant. Staff really helpful, the whole process was efficient. Good choice of meals and lodgings neat and tidy. Expensive but a great way to get to Belgium from the North of the UK.

      Review by YVAN

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