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England to Belgium

Hull to Zeebrugge

P&O Ferries 7 Sailings Weekly 13 hrs 15 mins

Visiting Belgium

Why take a Ferry to Belgium?

Booking a ferry to or from Belgium couldn't be easier with direct routes from the North of England. Hull ferries depart to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. Relax onboard your travel to Belgium. Let the ferry take you there, ensuring you enjoy a relaxed journey to your destination.

Ferry companies such as P&O Ferries offer daily sailings 12 months of the year.

Compareferries.com has the most up to date timetables, routes and fares for ferries traveling from England to Belgium. Use our ferry search to compare prices and book your next ferry crossing.

Highlights of Belgium

Although often overlooked as a ferry service for destinations in France or Spain or Holland, Belgium is the ideal location for your next break.

The major cities of Belgium Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp, and Ghent have the most stunning architecture. With a military history dating back to the Battle of Waterloo to WWII, visit, plan, and discover events marking 100 years since the First World War. There is just so much history and a number of sites and events to visit.

Belgium is also such an easy country to travel around and has 60 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It has a world-class arts heritage and on top of that, it hosts the most incredible festivals one of the most famous being Tomorrowland, the largest and most outrageous electronic music festival in the world. This is held in a small Belgian town called — very appropriately — Boom.

Belgium and its position in the heart of Europe makes visiting the country on day trips. Short breaks a great idea, and if you have taken your car it makes it wonderful for longer holidays as the excellent motorway network makes it so easy to drive to Northern France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Germany.

To the south are the battlegrounds and cemeteries from two World Wars, and the diamond district of Antwerp is close to Brussels, as is the wonderful countryside. Everything is within easy reach so you make the most of you trip to Belgium.

There are so many things to do in Belgium and just to give you a flavour of some of the great cities to discover. Why not explore Brussels, the capital, with its historic buildings, fantastic shopping, wonderful culture, and lively nightlife.

Bruges is an UNESCO World Heritage site, with an old world ambience, cobbled streets, medieval buildings, canals, and old world ambience. Taking the ferry from the UK to Bruges has never been easier. Depart from Hull to Zeebrugge port then catch your shuttle bus to the city. Allowing easy Hull to Bruges travel.

Antwerp, the hub of Europe’s diamond trade, for fashion, nightlife, and another picturesque medieval town with an old-world ambiance.

Liege’s riverfront and the Place St Lambert are tourist favourites, and the Ardennes is within easy reach Ghent. With its famous Korenmarkt and numerous churches, was once one of Europe’s most important cities Spa has been Belgium’s cold-water mineral spring destination for 700 years and gave its name to all other natural water sources.

The Culture, Food, and Drinks

A recent description of Belgian food likened it to “French in German quantities”. Belgium is recognised by its visitors and its residents as having the best cuisine in Europe, Belgium’s food specialities go far beyond just waffles, beer and chocolate.

For such a small country, it has rich resources. With fish and mussels that it fishes locally off its North Sea coastline. Pheasant, rabbit, and venison from the hills of the Ardennes; and exceptional beef and lamb from the Flemish polders. (A low-lying tract of land enclosed by dikes that forms an artificial hydrological entity)

Enjoy the night life in Belgium’s main cities. Brussels offers an international selection of bars, pubs, and clubs. Bruges is a little more sedate but has a great variety of pubs and bars serving the best of Belgium’s craft beers in a relaxed and often historic atmosphere.

The lively port city of Antwerp never sleeps, with its main pubs, bars and clubbing options centered in Grote Markt, Groenplatz, High Town, Stadswaag, and the area around the Central Station.

It is said that Belgium has over 400 craft beers and is famous for it fruit beers.

So why not enjoy book a mini cruise and explore Belgium.  With Zeebrugge ferries departing the UK on a daily basis it has never been easier.

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