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The port of Rotterdam (Europoort) covers an area of 40 kilometres, from the centre of the city to the North Sea.
When planning your journey, please remember that the check-in time for vehicles is 90 minutes before departure, and for foot passengers, 90 minutes before departure.
Luxembourg Weg No. 2
3198 LG Europoort
The terminal in Europoort lies approximately 24 miles from the centre of Rotterdam. On approaching Rotterdam, follow the signs for 'Europoort'. In the Europoort area, just follow the signs 'Engeland' and 'P&O Ferries'. The dock number (Havennummer) of P&O Ferries is 5805.
From Rotterdam Central Railway Station to Europoort: departure is at 17:00 hours at the "Eurolines" bus stop at Conradstraat, against TNT Post, next to the Albeda building (at the station side of the walking bridge). From Europoort to Rotterdam Central Railway Station: departure is after the arrival of the ship.
From Amsterdam Central Railway Station to Europoort: departure is at 17:00 hours at bus stop H3, Prins Hendrikkade.
Bus tickets need to be pre-booked at our Reservations department.
Shopping in Rotterdam
You could spend a lot of time shopping in Rotterdam as the city has it all - designer, craft, international shops, and traditional markets. Shopping in Rotterdam is popular with the Dutch too; the market in the centre is the country’s biggest. You have so much choice when shopping in Rotterdam, there are covered arcades, old cobbled streets and pedestrianised areas too, so whatever sort of shopping in Rotterdam you prefer, there’s something for you. And don’t forget, the city is famous for diamonds - so shopping in Rotterdam can be a sparkling experience.