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Yes, you are currently able to bring your car with you on the Hull Rotterdam ferry, although you are not allowed to bring pets on this ferry. Recent Searches.
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To find other ports near you, take a look at the UK port map here. The A63 follows the River Humber westwards until it becomes the start of the M62 motorway, the road that bridges East and West Yorkshire and that runs through to Liverpool.
The A runs northwards from Hull and links up with the city of York about 44 miles about 71 kilometres later. For Bridlington and Scarborough take the A from Hull which follows the eastern coastline northwards. Both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are well signposted.
Terminal 1 is easy to drive to. This leads to the terminal building.
Cruise passengers usually need to head towards Alexandra Dock. This is the fourth exit off the first roundabout after turning off Hedon Road. The port doesn't handle many cruise ships per year so don't expect permanent signage. There should be plenty of marshals out in force on the day of embarkation to help guide cruise passengers to the right place. Passengers from Terminal 1 get the use of a multi-storey Pay and Display car park.
Follow the signs as it can be confusing on how to enter it as it looks part of the terminal building.
Join over 1 million people and get exclusive travel tips, giveaways and more! Be Inspired by Our Travel Blog. More languages. Having a nigh sailings means that you can rest in your cabin and arrive in Rotterdam fully refreshed. Rotterdam has many interesting museums as there is the well known the Boijmans-van Beuningen Museum, the Historisch Museum Historical museum and the Kunsthal a center for contemporary art. Traveler rating.
Passengers from Terminal 2 don't have the same luxury as undercover car parking. The open air Pay and Display car park is quite expansive though, with a choice of car parks to accommodate a generous amount of cars. Cruise passengers will have separate car parking facilities at Alexandra Dock. Places normally must be reserved and paid for in advance although your cruise line will advise of this.
The cost was unavailable at the time of writing but appears to be calculated on a per-cruise basis. One National Express route - the - serves the city of Hull. Book your tickets here. Hull Railway Station is a large transport hub in the centre of the city, with the central bus station opposite. Long distance times are very respectable. Plan your journey here.
A bus service between the city and the ferry port operates during the main embarkation and disembarkation times. Whenever it release dates on the offer tickets are snapped up quickly for the prime dates. Even if you discover the offer relatively late, deals can still be found in the middle and toward the end of the promotion.
Hi looking to travel Hull to Zeebrughe on Saturday 9th December. What time does the ferry depart on the homeward journey? How long is the transfer from the port to Brugge?