Ryde Portsmouth Ferry
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Ryde is located on the north east coast of the Isle of Wight and is the second largest urban area on the Island. Ryde's ferry port terminal is located only a short distance from the town centre and its shops and boutiques. The town also features many bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants serving a variety of food and drinks, where visitors can relax and enjoy the town's natural beauty. The town also features a live music venue, theatre, bowling alley and an ice rink. There are excellent travel connections from Ryde allowing you easy access to discover the rest of the beautiful Isle of Wight.
One of England's busiest and most important ports, Portsmouth ferry port is located on England's southern coastline and thanks to the local bus networks and the road system it is only a short journey from the city's centre. One of the UK's largest and busiest ports, Portsmouth has a host of facilities for passengers, including a café, bar, bureau de change, ATM and 516 space multi-storey car park.
Portsmouth is the only city in England to have been constructed on an island, and the city is also the historic home of the Royal Navy and has the world's oldest, still functioning dry dock. The city's dry docks attract many visitors, as they currently house three British battleships, the most famous of them, the H.M.S Victory. But Portsmouth's attractions do not stop with the dry docks and Naval Centre, its waterfront houses, the Spinnaker tower, a wide range of shops and boutiques as well as many restaurants and cafes for visitors to relax and unwind in.
29 Jul 2019Ferry crossing
Easy to book, quick loading on and off , pleasant crossing , overall excellent definitely use again.
Review by Anon