Cruise & 4* Stay to Amsterdam for 3 Nights just £89 each
Head off to Amsterdam with this fantastic deal over at Wowcher.
Enjoy a 3 night break with cruise, 4* stay and city transfers all included in the price. There are various options available to choose from which you can check out HERE.
- Where: Amsterdam.
- What’s included: A two-night P&O Cruise with coach transfers and an overnight Amsterdam hotel stay.
- Departure ports: Hull to Rotterdam.
- Ship: Make yourself comfortable in an Inside Cabin aboard the P&O Ferry.
- Hotel: Once in Amsterdam stay at either the 4* Ramada by Wyndham Apollo Amsterdam Centre, 4* NH Amsterdam Zuid, 4* Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City or 4* Corendon City Hotel Amsterdam.
- When: Valid for travel on selected dates until 31st Dec 2019.
Tulip rainbows, scatterings of bright bikes and extremely colourful districts make for a vibrant city break with today’s European deal…
5pm – Check in opens at Hull Terminal 1.
7.30pm – Boarding closes.
9pm – Ship departs for Europoort, Rotterdam.
8am – Ship arrives at Europoort, Rotterdam.
8.30am – Coach departs.
10am – Coach arrives near Amsterdam Central Station.
Stay overnight at allocated hotel.
5pm – Coach departs near Amsterdam Central Station.
7.30pm – Coach arrives at Europoort, Rotterdam.
9pm – Ship departs from Europoort, Rotterdam.
8am – Ships arrives at Hull.
Once aboard the P&O Ferry you’ll settle in to your standard cabin complete with comfortable bunk beds, private en-suite, air conditioning, complimentary toiletries and soft bedding, and towels. When it’s time for dinner, choose between the all-you-can-eat buffet and the swanky a la carte dining brasserie before keeping yourselves entertained in the cinema, casino, Irish Bar and all-singing, all-dancing Sunset Show Bar.
Boasting endless canals and beautiful architecture, Amsterdam is the city that keeps on giving. You will find yourself surrounded by iconic canals and bright, eclectic architecture. Wander around the nearby parks, including Jagersveld and its impressive lake, or take in the history and culture of the area at the Zaans Museum. Venture closer to the city centre and you’ll encounter a veritable plethora of galleries and museums, from the Rijksmuseum, which houses the country’s largest collection of art, to the Rembrandt House Museum, located within a building bought by one of the world’s best painters in 1639, and the Verzetsmuseum, or Dutch Resistance Museum, which catalogues the underground opposition of the Netherlands to the Nazi regime through a wealth of artefacts and personal testimony. For those interested in the poignant and emotional history of Amsterdam throughout World War Two, Anne Frank’s House at Prinsengracht 263 is undoubtedly a must-see. Visit the annex in which a young Jewish girl hid with her family, from the Nazis, and wrote the diary famously published after her death. But Amsterdam isn’t just a hot spot for history. If you fancy outdoor exploration, why not hire one of the city’s many bikes, and take a trip through the canal band, over winding waterways hedged by fabulous architecture? Stop at the Vondelpark for a picnic or head inside to one of the many restaurants and bars. Of course, you can also visit the famous Red Light District before you head home too. It’s the versatile city with something for everyone!