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Ferries Harwich

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Harwich is a small town in Eastern England, on the North Sea. Founded in 1238, the port of Harwich was a naval base with a long maritime and military history. It stands at the confluence of the rivers Stour and Orwell, and historically has been one of the safest English ports.

Today the international port of Harwich, together with the ports of Southampton and Dover, represents an excellent gateway to London and southern England.

Due to its strategic position, the town of Harwich is a very important harbour, connecting England to the Netherlands. From the port of Harwich ferries depart to  Hook of Holland. The ferry company serving the route is Stena Line. Ferry departures from Harwich to Hook of Holland are scheduled up to 14 times per week.

At the ferry terminal, passengers will find cafés, restaurants, air conditioning, waiting rooms, shops, and a currency exchange office. Harwich city centre offers all necessary services and amenities such as bars, restaurants, pharmacies and hospital, banks, post offices, and supermarkets, and is only a 5 minutes drive or 30 minutes walk away.

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⚓ The town of Harwich is a very relevant port and an interesting city to visit. The main attractions are the military structures that tell the story of the city. The Redoubt Fort was built during the Napoleonic invasions. The origins of the Landguard Fort date back to the Renaissance era, while the Beacon Hill fort was still active during World War 2. Don’t forget to visit the High Lighthouse: today it is dismissed but stands as a monument to the city’s maritime history. Take a pleasant stroll through the city centre, where you can admire the Ha’penny Pier, a traditional wooden pier and nice viewpoint. Stroll through the streets of the old city centre, you can admire characteristic buildings and let yourself be carried away by the lively atmosphere of the many pubs and cafés.

🏰 For a more exciting experience, you can visit the surrounding cities: you can take a sailing tour of the Orwell river in Ipswich, and then visit this quaint town. Walk along the cobbled stone streets, admire the Gothic architecture and the colourful contemporary statues. Explore the historical Colchester! Its castle was built around 1100 by the Normans and is well preserved. Inside, you can see a beautiful collection of ancient artefacts. Drive a little further and discover the world-famous university city of Cambridge. Walk along the river and discover the historic university buildings.

🌃 If you take a ferry to Harwich, you will be about 3 hours by car from London. Reach the British capital and let it enchant you with its unique landmarks: Buckingham Palace, the Palace of Westminster with its Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar square, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London, Notting Hill, Hyde Park, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, and the National Gallery are just some of the many attractions you can admire if you board one of the ferries to Harwich.

 

How to reach the boardings

Address: Harwich International Port, Parkeston Quay, CO12 4SR Harwich

GPS coordinates: 51°56'50.3''N 1°15'19.5"E

The ferry terminal offers a wide range of services such as vending machines, toilets, free Wi-Fi, and an ATM. Harwich Port is about 5 minutes drive from the city centre. The City of London is about 3 hours by car from the harbour. The Harwich International railway station is only 5 minutes walk from the ferry terminal and there is a bus service serving the harbour. There is a short and long-term parking in the port area.

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