Ferries to Amsterdam | £20 OFF
We’re making sure that the one thing you don’t clean out this spring is your wallet, with £20 off one way and £40 off return crossings to Amsterdam from Newcastle! That’s ferry crossings to Amsterdam from £62pp, one way, and only £124pp return, including your car.
- £20 off one way and £40 off return crossings to Amsterdam
- Includes cabin & transportation of your vehicle
- Available for cars & motorbikes
- Pre-book and save 32% at Explorers Kitchen buffet
Sail with ease across the North Sea to Holland, with a range of onboard facilities to keep you busy on your journey. Our ships offer a cinema showing the latest Hollywood blockbusters, a casino for any one feeling lucky and Kids Club for the little ones, with a children’s entertainer on every crossing.
Enjoy our 2 restaurants, a new all-you-can-eat buffet and a luxurious à la carte, both serving delicious cuisine with great savings to be made when you pre-book your meals.
There are also bars, live entertainment and a shop offering excellent designer deals.
There is even an onboard wildlife centre on King Seaways with marine life charity ORCA! After a night of excitement, retire to your cosy cabin and wake up refreshed and ready for your European adventure.
A ferry crossing to Amsterdam gives you fantastic access to all of Holland. Easter is a huge event in Holland, with Paaspop, a three-day festival in Schijndel, the Easter Races in Zandvoort and more. Visit in April for King’s Day on the 27th, with the biggest celebrations taking part in Amsterdam, itself.
There is also National Museum Week, with free and reduced entry to museums across the country. April sees the beginning of Alkmaar’s renowned Cheese Market, which will run weekly until the end of September. Throughout the rest of spring, enjoy events such as National Mill Day, Breda Jazz Festival and Day of the Castle.
There’s also the natural landscapes that come to life as the weather warms including Texel Island and Hoge Veluwe.
Holland travel guide
Self-drive holidays open up the gateway to Europe. Our Dutch port is less than 2 hours from the German border, making it easy to access to Germany.
Find Germany’s biggest funfair, DOM FunFair, in Hamburg from 23 March to 22 April, or watch the sensational sound and light display along the Rhine at FestungsLeuchten in Koblenz.
Tantalise your taste buds with the Wine Fair in Speyer in April, admire the stunning floral sights at Flowering Season in Rhododendron Park, taking place throughout May, or enjoy the Saxon Steamship Fleet Parade as 9 historic paddle steamers and 2 salon ships are exhibited with live music.
Don’t forget the extraordinary natural scenery on offer, such as the Black Forest, Rhine Valley and Lake Constance.
Germany travel guide
France & Belgium
Head west to Belgium and France from Amsterdam to explore Gallic and Flemish wonders. The Fête de la Bretagne in May is a celebration of Brittany’s heritage, with everything from hiking to concerts.
There is also the famous Caen Carnival in March, the poignant D-Day Festival from May to June and plenty more. Warming weather in Belgium means one thing: festivals, from the classical music festival, KlaraFestival, to Leuven Jazz festival, both in March, to beer festivals in April, to Taste of Antwerp, a gastronomical event that stretches one month from April to May.
If you’re not looking to go for any event in particular, why not head over simply for the stunning French châteaux, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bruges, or the quaint seaside resort of Honfleur?
France travel guide
Belgium travel guide
See for yourself
Check out our customers enjoying a trip to Amsterdam in our video.
Price based on 2 sharing. Available for cars and motorbikes only.
Prices are subject to availability and offers may be withdrawn at any time. Telephone booking fees apply. Terms & Conditions apply.
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