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ferry tickets, ferry booking   Ferries to Holland
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ferry tickets, ferry booking   Holland Ferry Online Booking
Note: The lowest available fare for your selected journey is automatically  selected when booking online.

When booking your ferry online a booking reference will be sent to you by email. On arrival at the port of departure present the booking reference number together with a photo ID and you will be given your ferry tickets.


ferry tickets, ferry booking   Holland Ferry Services

The following ferry lines all operate services to and from Holland ports:-
  • P&O Portsmouth Ferries
  • P&O Irish Sea Ferries
  • P&O North Sea Ferries
  • P&O Scottish Ferries
ferry tickets, ferry booking   Things To Do In Amsterdam

Van Gogh Museum - 7 Paulus Potterstraat, 1071 CX Amsterdam
The life and work of Amsterdam's most famous artist is celebrated in this incredible space. The Museum has an unrivaled collection of Van Gogh's paintings and plays host to a variety of exhibitions throughout the year.

Rijksmuseum - Stadhouderskade 4, 1071 ZD Amsterdam
Amsterdam's awesome museum of art is the permanent home of around 7 million works, including 5000 paintings in over 250 rooms. As well as featuring a number of high profile masterpieces from international artists, the museum boasts a fantastic display of paintings from many Dutch artists, including several outstanding contributions from Rembrandt.

Anne Frank's House - Prinsengracht 263, 1016 GV Amsterdam
This is the house in which Anne Frank wrote her famous diary, recording her experiences as a member of a Jewish family during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam in World War II. This fascinating and historic address is now open daily to the public.

Bloemenmarkt - Singel Canal, Amsterdam
Located on the Singel Canal, Amsterdam's impressive world-famous floating flower market is a unique shopping experience not to be missed. A Mecca for anyone in search of trees, plants, shrubs, herbs or flowers, the market is open for business six days a week.

Rembrandt House - Jodenbreestraat 4-6, 1011 NK Amsterdam
The house was lived in by Rembrandt for over 20 years and now contains engravings made by this famous artist. Another must-see cultural attraction when in Amsterdam.

ferry tickets, ferry booking   Getting Around in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is famous for its canals, art galleries, the Red Light District, its liberal attitude and trendy nightlife. Whether you visit for a few days or a few months you're sure to fall in love with this city, it's historic architecture and it's people.

Amsterdam's centre is enjoyably small-scale, though finding your way around the canal belt can be confusing. The old city is contained within the ring of concentric canals dating from the 17th century that form the crescent-shaped canal belt bordered by the Singelgracht. Think of it as half a bicycle wheel: the medieval city around Centraal Station is the hub, and several main roads, minor canals and the Amstel River function as spokes. Dam Square, five minutes' walk south of the station, is the centre of town, but there are several other happening 'centres', all within walking distance, making the city a joy to explore on foot or by bicycle.

Centraal Station, the central train and bus station, lies on the south bank of the IJ. The airport at Schiphol is 18km (11mi) south-west of the city centre.

The summer months are wonderful as the whole city seems to live outdoors, but it's also the peak tourist season, when things are full and expensive. From mid-October to mid-March the climate is miserable, but there are fewer tourists, things are cheaper and cultural life is at its most authentic. The shoulder seasons can offer the best of both worlds.

























Book your ferry ticket to Holland, Amsterdam and the Hook of Holland online and save!

The following ferry lines all operate services to and from Holland ports:-


















Stenaline Ferries

Stenna Line Passenger Ferries

Stena Ferry Online Reservations



UK and Irish Ferry Services







Stena P&O Ferry Line Agents