Ferries to Holland (Netherlands)

Travel by ferry to Holland! Travelling to Holland couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Holland holiday rested and without stress.

Holland is regularly accessible from England via three ferry routes: Hull – Rotterdam, Harwich – Hoek van Holland and Newcastle – Amsterdam.

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All ferries to Holland

Here you find all current ferry connections to Holland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Hull – Rotterdam Ferry from England, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain to Holland 7 times a week
11 hour(s) 30 minutes
P&O Ferries
Ferry Newcastle – Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) Ferry from England, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain to Holland, North Sea Ferries 7 times a week
15 hour(s) 45 minutes
DFDS Seaways
Kristiansand – Eemshaven ferry Ferry from Norway to Netherlands 3 times a week
approx. 18 hours
Holland Norway Lines
Ferry Harwich – Hook of Holland Ferry from England, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain to Holland, North Sea Ferries 14 times a week
6 hours 45 minutes
Stena Line

All ferries from Holland

Here you find all current ferry connections from Holland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Rotterdam – Hull Ferry from Holland to England, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain 7 times a week
12 hour(s)
P&O Ferries
Ferry Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) – Newcastle Ferry from Holland, North Sea Ferries to England, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain 7 times a week
16 hour(s) 45 minutes
DFDS Seaways
Eemshaven – Kristiansand ferry Ferry from Netherlands to Norway 3 times a week
approx. 18 hours
Holland Norway Lines
Ferry Hoek van Holland – Harwich Ferry from Holland, North Sea Ferries to England, North Sea Ferries, Great Britain 14 times a week
6 hours 30 minutes
Stena Line

Ferry ports in Holland

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Holland here.

Ports
Rotterdam
Amsterdam (Ijmuiden)
Hook of Holland

Travel guide Holland

Holiday in Holland

Flat and fertile landscapes characterise the appearance of Holland. Sea, dikes, windmills and tulip fields exude Dutch charm. And the cities enchant their visitors with historic old towns, colourful facades, ornate gables, picturesque canals and great art.


TOP excursion destinations in Holland

Holland’s capital Amsterdam stands for beautiful gabled houses, idyllic canals, famous museums and a legendary red light district. Original works by the famous painter hang in the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House provides insights into the hidden life in the back of the house.

The Hague knows how to impress with its historic old town, exciting sights and its own beach. In the Paleis Noordeinde the king has his workplace and in the Binnenhof the Dutch parliament meets. The miniature land Madurodam and the picturesque pier in Scheveningen are also absolutely worth a visit.

The medieval fortified town of Naarden has a double fortified wall and moat. Within the walls you will find historic buildings, underground casemates and a 14th century basilica.

With its 200 bedrooms, Kasteel de Haar is the largest castle in the Netherlands. A wealthy noble family had the castle built and luxuriously furnished from 1892 onwards. The fairytale castle lies in the middle of a well-kept garden and is surrounded by a landscaped park.

From March to May, the gardens of Keukenhof Castle are a fascinating place. Up to 4.5 million tulip bulbs are planted by hand here every year. A large park, inspiration gardens and a sculpture park invite you to take long walks.

If you are fascinated by windmills, you should pay a visit to the small town of Kinderdijk. 19 historic mills are located here and are still fully functional today. They were originally built to drain the surrounding canal systems.


Entry requirements

German citizens can enter Holland with an identity card, passport and children’s passport. A visa is not required.


Alternative travel options

The proximity to Germany makes travelling to Holland by car, bus and train attractive. The international airports in Amsterdam, Rotterdam or The Hague can also be reached quickly and easily by plane from Germany.


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