Minicruise to Amsterdam





pp based on 2 people sharing a 2 berth cabin

Come with us on a fantastic 2 night foot passenger minicruise to Amsterdam.  The overnight crossing from Hull is a great break in itself. Two nights where you can live it up. A minicruise really is Hull's biggest night out!

During the minicruise, you can take advantage of the host of facilities on board. You'll be spoilt for choice for places to eat with a choice of restaurants to satisfy even the hungriest of appetites. The Brasserie and The Kitchen restaurants, live entertainment, casino and cinema coupled with stylish bars. If you like shopping, you'll love the choice board. From wine, beer and spirits to beauty and fashion products, you'll find top brands - but without the high street prices. We have top brandslike Chanel, YSL, Clarins, Lancome and new product launches too. Plus you could be saving up to 40% on UK High street prices.

Your day ashore will consist of return coach transfers to Amsterdam offering you the opportunity to explore the vibrant and cosmopolitan city at your leisure.

Once you get back on-board then your entertainment will continue on the return trip to Hull.

2-night minicruise
Departing daily from Hull, your 2-night city cruise to Amsterdam includes two nights ensuite cabin accommodation onboard our cruiseferry and return city centre coach transfers.

3-night minicruise
Why not enjoy the full delights of the city and spend a night in Amsterdam? For a small supplement per person you can extend your stay and return a day later. You will need to make your own arrangements for accommodation in Amsterdam - visit for some great offers.

Please note car park charges apply at P&O Ferries terminals in Hull - £7 per 24 hours period or part thereof.

Supplements apply for travel Thursday - Saturday.

minicruise to Amsterdam

  15:00check-in opens at Passenger Terminal (Hull)
16:00boarding commences on Pride of Hull
20:30ship departs Hull for overnight cruise to Rotterdam
  08:15arrive in Europoort with coach transfer to Amsterdam city centre
explore the city at your leisure
17:00coach departs Amsterdam for Europoort
18:30check and board Pride of Hull
21:00ship departs Rotterdam for another entertainment-filled overnight cruise back to Hull
  08:00Arrive at Hull

Undoubtedly one of the jewels of Europe, and not just because of the stunning 17th century canals and world famous museums.

Top 10 experiences to discover Amsterdam:

Art and the city
The Stedelijk Museum reopens its doors to the public again. The historical building has been restored and a new addition is soaring above Museumplein like a modern sculpture. The Stedelijk Museum is the largest museum of modern and contemporary art and design in the Netherlands which together with the nearby Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum offers a unique opportunity to admire five centuries of art history.

Amsterdam’s spectacular new film museum EYE, located on the bank of the IJ river, not only screens films but also has a series of high profile exhibitions, such as this autumn’s Expanded Cinema.

Wining & Dining
Rembrandtplein has a new eye catcher: Kitchen & Bar Van Rijn. Van Rijn is the ideal choice for a stylish night out and for enjoying live music.

Shaken not stirred
Enjoy your expertly created cocktail in the cosmopolitan Momo bar, located in the Park hotel in between Leidseplein and Museumplein.

Design shopping
Amsterdam is a mecca for design lovers. Frozen Fountain has modern furniture and home accessories. Moooi is renowned Dutch designer Marcel Wanders’ own store and at Loods6 you will find beautiful interior and design stores such as Pols Potten.

Cultural night out
During the Museumnacht Amsterdam more than forty museums open their doors from 7.00 p.m. to 2.00 a.m. to present a special exhibition programme alongside their permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.

No it’s not possible to sleep in Hotel de Goudfazant, located in Amsterdam Noord on the IJ River. But you can eat delicious food in a huge hall with white linen-covered tables and red canteen chairs.

Biking in Amsterdam
You won't have to be here for long to realize that the bike is an integral part of Amsterdam life. Be like a local and discover Amsterdam by bike but stay safe and read our top tips for biking in Amsterdam which includes the unspoken rules of the road.

Culture in the Metropolitan area
Seven years after the success of Michelangelo, the Teylers Museum in Haarlem presents drawings and paintings by that other genius of the Italian Renaissance, Raphael.

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