The Dutch Flyer
Raileasy have teamed up with StenaLine to bring you a new way to travel to the continent!
If you're planning a trip to Holland without a car, why not take the train and ferry to Holland? Greater Anglia's extensive rail network within Anglia, including London Liverpool Street, conveniently takes you from your local rail station to Harwich International Port for your Stena Line ferry to sail you across to Hook of Holland.
So, if you want to travel to Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, or any other city in Holland, choose to rail and sail with the dutchflyer for the direct route to Holland. Best of all, your entire rail and sail travel is included in one ticket - so you won't have to worry about buying separate transport for each leg of your journey to Holland.
Benefits of taking The Dutch Flyer
- Travel from any Greater Anglia Station including London Liverpool Street, Ipswich, Colchester, Norwich and Cambridge to any Dutch Station in the NS network
- From £39* single you can relax in the comfort of the day service and take advantage of the facilities onboard Stena Line's Harwich - Hook of Holland ferries including, two restaurants and bars, a cinema and onboard shop.
- Travelling by rail and ferry means there's none of the stress and hassle of queueing at the airport. The ferry crossing takes 6.5 hours and the rail ticket is flexible so it can be used on any rail service on the date of travel.
- Enjoy a good night's sleep in a comfortable, private ensuite cabin with television on overnight sailings and wake up in Holland relaxed and refreshed.
- If you prefer to sleep through your journey and wake up in Holland, then opt for an overnight sailing. From just £68 single or £78 return, you can sleep in the cosiness of your own en- suite cabin.
- Overnight sailings are also ideal if you're planning a weekend break. Book the overnight sailing on a Friday and return on Sunday's overnight sailing ready to face the week ahead.
Dutch Rail Connections
Don't forget to check your return departure times from Holland for any delays and disruptions before you travel Click here
The Dutch Flyer Connections
View a larger version of the full Dutch Flyer Network Map here.