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A stay of up to 5 days, from Dover to Calais with car and up to 9 passengers, including web discount, all taxes.
We've teamed up with Superbreak to offer you some great deals on accommodation in Flanders:
In this video clip, follow P&O customers Shahriar and Aneta as they plan, book and travel on a last-minute weekend break to Bruges using our Dover-Calais ferry.
The delights of Flanders are closer than you think…
Tucked in the northern part of Belgium, Flanders is a little pocket of cosmopolitan, easy-to-reach towns and cities that offer so much more than just beautiful main squares, magnificent medieval architecture, cobbled streets and museums. Flanders charms its visitors with world-renowned cuisine, chocolate and quality beer. Each city is unique in its own way with an unbeatable array of culture, gastronomy, nightlife, shopping, art and architecture…
Mechelen may be small, but it is perfect for a weekend break. Renowned for its carillon bells concerts, this laid-back Renaissance gem is only 20 minutes away from Brussels and is made for exploring by foot or bike. Find out more »
Ghent is Flanders’ hidden gem, sandwiched between Brussels and Bruges. This attractive medieval canal city has long been overlooked by visitors on the traditional art-town hop between Belgium’s big three Find out more »
Suspended in time centuries ago, Bruges is now one of Western Europe’s most-visited medieval cities. Find out more »
TOP 5 EVENTS – NOT TO BE MISSED
1. Halloween from 29th October to 7th November in Ostend and the city centre welcomes the festivities to ghosts, spiders, pumpkins and vampires – enjoy the dressed window displays.
2. Antwerp’s Diamond Museum is hosting an exhibition of Jewellry during the Napoleonic era. The exhibition runs to 31st December.
3. MoMu Fashion Museum in Antwerp is presenting an exhibition of the work of British milliner, Stephen Jones, the famous hatmaker who has worked with some of the greatest names in fashion: Jean Paul Gaultier, John Galliano, Christian Dior and many others. The exhibition runs to February 2011.
4. Ghent’s new city museum, STAM, opened on 9th October this year with an exhibition of the history of this city.
5. Christmas markets
Bruges – 22nd Novemer to 2nd January - includes ice rink
Ostend – 3rd December to 9th January - includes ice rink
Mechelen – 17th – 19th December
Antwerp – 8th to 26th December 2010 includes ice rink
Ghent - 11th to 30th December 2010
Travel from Hull to Zeebrugge and spend over 5 days on the Continent from only £119 each way (inclusive of web discount), with a car and 2 passengers, en-suite cabin and all taxes.
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