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How To Get To Amsterdam Ferry Port

  • Amsterdam Ferry Port by Car

    Amsterdam Ferries dock at the port of IJmuiden which is 18 miles from Amsterdam city. From Amsterdam, take A9 to Den Haag, Haarlem and take exit IJmuiden/Beverwijk to A22. Take exit IJmuiden and drive alongside the "Noordzeecanal" and then follow the signs to the ferry terminal.

  • Amsterdam Ferry Port by Train

    In co-operation with a local Coach firm, DFDS Seaways provides a connecting Coach service between the Felison Terminal in Ijmuiden and the Central Railway Station in Amsterdam. After the arrival of a DFDS Seaways ship the transfer departs from IJmuiden heading into the City Centre. The Coach stop in Amsterdam is opposite the Central Station, in front of Hotel Victoria, Damrak 1.

  • Amsterdam Ferry Port Parking

    Parking is available in Ijmuiden but the car park is unguarded, and vehicles are left at the owners risk.

  • Amsterdam Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Amsterdam Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Amsterdam Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Amsterdam Ferry Services

Amsterdam Guide

Ferry to Amsterdam

The ferry to Amsterdam connects Newcastle in England with the Dutch port IJmuiden. The popular operator DFDS Seaways currently offers 7 weekly sailings at a duration of 16 hours 45 minutes with the ferry to Amsterdam, enabling convenient ferry trips to Amsterdam by letting you choose the best cheap ferry to Amsterdam.

Ferry to Amsterdam from UK

The most popular ferry to Amsterdam from UK sailing is with the Newcastle to Amsterdam ferry, arriving at Ijmuiden, the Amsterdam ferry port. Another way to go by ferry to Amsterdam is with the Hull to Amsterdam ferry, connecting Hull in England with Holland. By using our price finder, you can compare the timetable for the ferry to Amsterdam from UK to easily book a cheap ferry to Amsterdam and view the best offers for the Newcastle to Amsterdam ferry as well as discover alternative crossings such as with the Hull to Amsterdam ferry.

Amsterdam travel guide

Amsterdam is the capital and the most populous city of the Netherlands, resting on the west coast of the country, bordering the North Sea. Its location makes it ideal for those wanting to travel by ferry to Amsterdam. The Amsterdam ferry port is used as the gateway for the ferry to Amsterdam from UK, with the DFDS Seaways Newcastle to Amsterdam ferry service connecting Holland to northeast of England.

Where is the Amsterdam ferry port located?

The Amsterdam ferry port is situated in IJmuiden which is around 18 miles and approximately 30 minutes away from the city centre. The city is well connected with the Amsterdam ferry port terminal, with a range of public transport options. There are regular shuttle buses from opposite Amsterdam Central Station which coincide with ferry departure times of the ferry to Amsterdam. The nearest station to the port is Haarlem Central and from there you can take a short taxi or catch the 75 bus to Plein 1945 station and then the 74 to the Amsterdam ferry port. The terminal is also conveniently linked to the well-designed Dutch motorway system. Take the A9 from Amsterdam, Den Haag, Haarlem or Alkmaar and then follow the signs leading to IJmuiden. Then turn right onto Pontplein and carry on driving with the channel to your right. Make your way under the viaduct and turn right at the roundabout, then follow Halkade until you reach the terminal.

What facilities are at the Amsterdam ferry port?

There is free public parking available at the front of the Amsterdam ferry port if you do choose to arrive by car. In the Amsterdam ferry port itself you’ll find all you need before your departure, including a café area and toilet facilities. Nearby to the terminal there are also plenty of restaurants, cafes, hotels, shops and even the local maritime museum if you are looking to pass the time before your ferry to Amsterdam departure.

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