Rotterdam Ferry Port

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Rotterdam Routes

  • Hull to Rotterdam Europoort / Rotterdam Europoort to Hull
    6 crossings weekly
    10 hr
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Rotterdam's ferry port is officially known as the Rotterdam Europoort. Rotterdam ferry port is situated at the mouth of the rivers Rhine and Meuse with the hinterland consisting of Holland, Germany, Belgium and partly France and is considered the world's busiest port and a major entry to continental Europe.

The city of Rotterdam offers something for everyone. One of Rotterdam's main attractions is Diergaarde Blijdorp, the extensive zoo that includes the impressive Oceanium, where visitors can walk through the huge shark tunnel surrounded by sharks and giant tortoises. A visit to Rotterdam would not be complete without a tour of the harbour on the Spido or a visit to the 185m-high Euromast. Fun for the whole family can be had at the Plaswijckpark with its extensive playground, road safety training park and zoo. For an oasis of peace in the middle of the hectic city, visit the lovely gardens of Arboretum Trompenburg.

4 out of 5 stars based on 41 reviews

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Reviews

  • 12 May 2019
    Netherlands and Germany visit
    • Very pleased with our experience of both outbound and return journeys. Both ships very clean and all staff encountered were very helpful. Boarding at Hull was easier and quicker than in Rotterdam, a slicker operation in Hull. Food was excellent, we had both Breakfast and Dinner in the Brassiere on both trips. Overall a very pleasant way to travel to Europe.

      Review by Contented Customer

  • 15 Mar 2019
    First timer
    • Hassle free, friendly, comfortable and all for a reasonable price

      Review by ALAN CRAIG

  • 14 Mar 2019
    A great experience
    • We traveled out on the Pride of Hull with an inside cabin. One of our party found it a little claustrophobic at first. The cabins are compact but the beds are very comfortable. Access and egress from the top bunks is not the easiest if you are of more mature years like ourselves. Having said that it made us laugh and didn't detract from the journey. Check-in was a dream and loading was the same. Left on time and docked on time. Off loaded very quickly. We returned on the Pride of Rotterdam. This time we had an outside cabin. It was great. Same facilities, same service with one difference. The crew were fantastic. They were there to help you to your cabins, they served you at the table in the lounge and were very friendly. In the restaurant they were brilliant and we had our photo taken with them as a momento of a great holiday. Will definitely travel this route again.

      Review by DAVID HUGHES

  • 08 Mar 2019
    Fabulous Crossing
    • We really enjoyed the facilities and particularly our meal in The Brasserie both ways a very relaxing journey as well.

      Review by CLARE TAYLOR

  • 06 Mar 2019
    Uncomfortable beds
    • I prefer to bring my own car rather than go thru the hassle of renting, but the bed was really too hard and the 1 slim pillow not enough.

      Review by JUNE LUCHJENBROERS