The Belgian port of Zeebrugge has grown into Flanders’ most important passenger port because of its central location and easy access.
When planning your ferry journey, please remember that the check-in time for vehicles is 90 minutes before departure, and for foot passengers, 90 minutes before departure.
Zeebrugge Ferry Port Address:
Leopold II Dam 13 (Havendam)
Getting there by car:
The ferry terminal in Zeebrugge is situated at the outer dock (Buitenhaven), Leopold II Dam (Havendam). In Zeebrugge follow the signs marked 'Zone 1', 'Car ferries' and 'P&O Ferries/Hull'. There are short and long stay car parking facilities at the port, all payable locally.
Getting there by train:
Bruges Central Station is serviced by national and international lines. Belgium is connected to France, Holland and Germany via the TGV Thalys service with up to 3 trains daily from Paris to Brussels. From Brussels there are 4 departures an hour to Bruges. The journey takes approximately 50 minutes.
Getting there by bus/coach:
There are daily bus departures. The pick up/drop off point in Bruges is now behind Carrefour Express on Station Square.
As soon as you drive onboard your ferry to Belgium, you can freshen up in your ensuite cabin and relax in the bar whilst your cruiseferry departs overnight. There's time to sample a choice of fantastic bars and restaurants available on both of the P&O ferries to Zeebrugge, plus the onboard entertainment and the casino before a good night's sleep.
P&O Hull to Zeebrugge ferries take you straight to the excellent motorway connections of Belgium, into France and beyond.
Upon visiting Zeebrugge, you will immediately notice that this city has always carefully cherished its architectural and artistic treasures from the past.
For touristic and cultural information :
In&Uit - Toerisme Brugge
PO Box 744
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Zeebrugge is located along the great sandy beaches of the Belgian coast and is close to all the major resorts such as Ostend and Blankenberge.
Just a few miles away is the medieval town of Bruges, with its great restaurants and famous Belgian chocolate! Why not stroll along Bruges' canals and romantic cobbled streets, or enjoy a visit to the bustling market square? Alternatively you could go further afield with Antwerp, Brussels, Luxembourg, Strasbourg or the Ardennes, all brought within easy reach by P&O ferries to Zeebrugge, Belgium.
What makes Bruges so unique though, is the way it deals with this past today. The people of Zeebrugge would like to invite you to join them and to enjoy it as much as they do.