Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) ferry port in Holland connects you with Newcastle in England with a choice of up to 7 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Amsterdam to Newcastle crossing is from 16 hours 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by DFDS Seaways.
Is there a city as diverse as Amsterdam? The city can unravel a decadent layer if you visit the famous areas, then change pace just moments later with a winding stream of colour, culture and charm. The multiple facets to Holland’s capital can keep you mesmerised for weeks at a time, just make sure you hop on a bike and join the locals as you race from a contemporary art gallery to a cosy coffee shop.
Such is the popularity of cycling, traversing on two wheels has become ingrained in Amsterdam culture – whether you’re meeting a friend for a drink, heading to work or getting some groceries – you’d travel there on a bike. Whilst on your bicycle, there are a few notable landmarks and attractions that are almost compulsory to visit; the Anne Frank House is one of the most famous and interesting buildings in the continent, and Van Gogh Museum showcases a wealth of work from the great artist.
The museums and art galleries are arguably the most prominent aspect to Amsterdam, though the food and drink scene is growing each day. The Heineken Experience appeals to those who have a thirst for beer, which includes most visitors, especially after sampling the copious Dutch cheeses and delicious burgers sold at various venues.
Amsterdam is the capital and most populous city of the Netherlands, resting on the west coast of the country, bordering the North Sea. The port is used as the gateway to the UK, with crossings to Newcastle on the east coast of England.
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