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Harbors/Marinas/Ports In Zaan- Region

Jachthaven_Dukra - In Zaan- Region marinas If you want to visit the region by boat, you also have a large choice of marinas. Do contact them before you go there, to make sure they have room for the size of your boat. You can also find places to fill up here: Yacht Harbours With extensive recreational possibilities for cruises to Zaan, Alkmaardermeer, IJselmeer, the top of Noord-Holland, the North Sea, Amsterdam, the...

Public transport and overnight stay In Zaan- Region

Bus Station, Zaandam You can reach the Zaan-region (by car, bus, train and boat) and where you can stay overnight (hotels, camping’s). And of course also you can be reached by boat very well and where you can moor and fill up. Public transport and taxi's You can reach the Zaan-region very well by train and bus. At the railway stations are several bus lines to bring you to your destination. And of...

Ferry Travel between Ameland to West Terschelling & Schiermonnikoog

Ferry Travel between Ameland to West Terschelling & Schiermonnikoog By Robbenboot cruise ship Excursions to the Wadden and watch the seals on the Wadden Sea. Robbenboot cruise ship travel between Ameland to West Terschelling and Ameland to Schiermonnikoog & Vice versa. It takes about three hours to sail from Terschelling to Ameland. The motor ship 'Boschwad' takes you in about three hours to Schiermonnikoog. Here you will find information...

The fast ferry between Harlingen, Vlieland and Terschelling By Rederij Doeksen

The fast ferry between Harlingen, Vlieland and Terschelling By Rederij Doeksen Rederij Doeksen operates the ferry service from, to and between Harlingen, Terschelling and Vlieland. Rederij Doeksen encourages durable cooperative ties with (island) entrepreneurs to render the products of Terschelling and Vlieland more attractive to tourists and to increase the number of visitors to the islands. Provide an excellent crossing for our passengers, whether they...

Between the island of Texel and Den Helder by ferry - TESO

Between the island of Texel and Den Helder by ferry - TESO Teso has been operating the ferry service between Den Helder and Texel since 1907. The company enjoys a wide basis of support on the island to provide a quality, affordable ferry service between Texel and the mainland. The crossing is a relaxed start to your holiday or your stay on the Wadden island. The ‘Dokter Wagemaker’ has special toilets and lifts for the disabled. A...

Texel - Vlieland V.V. By Ferry Rederij de Vriendschap

Texel - Vlieland V.V. By Ferry Rederij de Vriendschap Wadden Island Hopping Sail from island to island without mainland stops. The (sailing) season starts at the end of April and ends at the end of September. 'Rederij de Vriendschap' usually sailes once a day. If participation for extra departures is sufficient, extra departures might be available. The trip from Texel to Vlieland takes about thirty minutes. Once arrived at the...

Norfolkline ferries - Cross channel ferry service providers

Norfolkline ferries - Cross channel ferry service providers to and from Holland Norfolkline ferries provides a fast and efficient car ferry crossing across the English channel to France from Dover to Dunkirk. Among the cross channel ferry service providers, Norfolkline's ferries France is better situated for Belgium and Holland as well as providing shorter drive times to Germany, Switzerland and beyond. What’s more, Norfolkline is the only ferry company...

Traveling by Stena Line ferry from Harwich to Holland

Traveling by Stena Line ferry from Harwich to Holland - Hook of Holland-Harwich Holland’s straight forward with Stena Line. When travelling by ferry from Harwich to the Hook of Holland, you’ll find it is the most direct route to Holland from the south of England. The Harwich – Hook of Holland timetable has two crossings daily so choose between day and overnight sailings. Whether you're travelling with a car, caravan, a van or a bicycle, you'll find great...

DFDS Seaways - Newcastle to Amsterdam (IJmuiden)

DFDS Seaways - Newcastle to Amsterdam (IJmuiden) DFDS Seaways have two ferry crossings from the UK, and one from Denmark to Norway. From the North of Britain you don't have to drive all the way down south to enjoy Europe. Sailing from Newcastle to Holland, our ferries provide easy access to Germany, France, Belgium, Poland & beyond. Newcastle to Amsterdam (IJmuiden) ferry service connects the North-East of England (UK)...

P&O North Sea Ferries Rotterdam

P&O North Sea Ferries Rotterdam - Rotterdam ferry port Rotterdam ferry is the gateway to Holland and Germany. With night sailings on our two luxury cruise ferries, you can enjoy great on board entertainment and delicious food choices on board your Hull ferry to Holland. Taking the ferry to Rotterdam will cut miles of driving from your journey, and as it's all at night, those miles will disappear while you are asleep. When you wake...

Getting Holland By Sea

Travel To Holland By Ferry - Holland Ferry Routes Holland by boat - How to get to the Wadden islands by ferry The Dutch Wadden islands are accessible by ferry. Rates, frequency/crossing times and sailing times are given per island. A note is also made on whether or not cars are permitted on the island. Wadden Island hopping is also possible. Ferry Service Operators To and From Holland P&O North Sea Ferries Rotterdam/...

International Train: Fast Trains - NS Hispeed - High Speed Train (HST)

International Train: Fast Trains - NS Hispeed - High Speed Train (HST) NS Hispeed is the company behind the high-speed train (HST) in the Netherlands. A modern, ambitious company with a revolutionary product: a rapid, comfortable and reliable form of transport for business travellers, leisure travellers and commuters. NS Hispeed offers a user-friendly method of booking train tickets as well as fast travel and a comfortable way of travelling. NS...

Domestic Train: Netherlands Railways (NS) - Time schedules and prices

Domestic Train: Netherlands Railways (NS) Tickets are available from the Nederlandse Spoorwegen / Netherlands Railways (NS) ticket offices and, easier still, from the ticket machines at the stations. Do inquire after special offers and reduced children’s fares. Almost all stations can be reached by bus, tram or metro. An OV-Jaarabonnement (Public Transport Annual Pass) allows unlimited travel by train, bus, tram and...

Bike and train

Bike and train - Holland by train Are you going on a cycling holiday in the Netherlands, and would like to cover some parts of the route by train? It is often possible. You can simply take your bicycle with you from over 300 stations. The rules are as follows. In addition to a ticket for yourself, you buy one for your bike as well. If the ticket office is closed, you can buy the tickets from the ticket-...

Getting Holland By Train

Getting Holland By Train Holland has a very compact and modern railway network. Each day about 4,200 passenger trains run on the 1,900 miles of track. The trains of the Netherlands Railways (NS) are among the most modern in Europe. Some important aspects about travelling by train in Holland are that they arrive and depart on time, they are comfortable and clean, services are fast and frequent and most...
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