Ferries to Belgium
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Ferry routes to Belgium
P&O Ferries have a daily service from Hull to Zeebrugge. This crossing takes just under 13 hours. The ferry to Belgium is an over night crossing.
||12 hours 45 mins
The route to Zeebrugge has two, four and five berth cabins on board.
Other than the number of occupants, there are three types of cabins; Standard, Premier and Club.
On Board Facilities and Information
Pets are permitted to travel on this ferry route to Zeebrugge and can stay in kennels (if available) on board. They are not allowed to remain in the owner's vehicle.
Campsites near Zeebrugge
More about Zeebrugge
Zeebrugge is a village on the North Sea coast of Belgium, and is part of the city of Bruges – indeed “Zeebrugge” means “Bruges on the Sea”. Zeebrugge is a major fishing port and ferry passenger terminal, with routes too and from Hull in the UK.
As well as being a modern port, Zeebrugge is also a seaside resort with accommodation, eateries and a small beach. There is little to see or do in Zeebrugge, but the village is only a short car, bus or train ride away from Bruges.
Bruges itself is almost picture-postcard perfect, a compact and attractive city ready-made for exploring. Highlights include the Groeninge artwork museum, the Basilica of the Holy Blood church and the Brewery De Halve Maan beer museum. Much of the centre of Bruges remains car-free, meaning exploration by foot, bike or even horse drawn cart is a genuine pleasure.
Central to Bruges is the Belfry Climb, a 83-metre high tower which you can pay between €6-8 to enter and climb its 366 steps to the top to reward your efforts with wonderful views over the city. You will recognise the Belfry Climb if you've seen the 2008 film In Bruges which starred Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleesan and Ralph Fiennes.