Zeebrugge Hull Ferry
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Zeebrugge - HullCar + 2Travel: Friday, 11 September 2020from: £206
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.
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.
24 Nov 2019Ferry home from holiday
What a great experience from start to finish.
Review by KATHRYN COBREY
29 Oct 2019Zebrugge to Hull
Its still an expensive option to take this route and I am not sure it's really worth the extra cost. We had a Club cabin which was much smaller than the last time we took the premium option. The tv was low quality and not really watchable. The brasserie meal was fine
Review by Anon
07 Oct 2019It was good, but too long a drive!
After driving from Alicante, then onwards to Scotland, the title speaks for itself. The roads in Spain where excellent. In France, good in parts but there was a lot of road works, which caused lots of delay. Add that to Navigating Paris and you will understand my resistance in doing it again. Prices onboard too high, £5 for a bread roll and bacon. (1 slice)
Review by JOSEPH MAXWELL
04 Oct 2019Good value, smooth journey
We were on bicycles,staff were friendly and helpful, with a good eye for our safety. Accommodation was good, food both in terms of quality and variety was excellent. My wife is vegan and she was delighted and surprised by the choice available. It must be over 20 years since we last did this crossing, we will use it again in the near future.
Review by JEFFERY DEAN
12 Sep 2019Great ending
Use the ferry to return from our holiday in France made a great change from the drag back through England and the traffic, will do it again.
Review by STEVE