Hook of Holland Ferry Port

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Hoek van Holland
(Hoek van Holland, South Holland, Netherlands)

The Hook of Holland is well connected to the rest of the Netherlands. There are frequent rail services and an excellent roadway system.

Taxis, rail tickets and car hire can all be booked at information desks onboard or in the terminal.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

There are two regular bus lines that connect the port to outlying areas. Bus number 128 goes to Delft Station, near Naaldwijk. Meanwhile, bus number 135 goes to Den Haag (The Hague) Central Station.

Car Hire and Road Travel

Reaching the port by car is fairly straightforward. Join the E30 / E25 motorway network and follow the signs for 'Engeland' or 'Hoek van Holland'. The drive should take no more than 30 minutes from The Hague or Rotterdam, less from closer towns like Naaldwijk, Monster or 's-Gravenzande.

Car hire can be arranged in advance at information desks on the ferry or in the terminal. Car hire can also be booked at major hotels. An International Driving Permit is not required to drive in the Netherlands; a valid driver's licence from your country of origin is sufficient.

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Trains and Rail Travel

Train tickets may be purchased from information counters on the ferry or at the terminal. Trains depart from the Hook of Holland every 30 minutes for Rotterdam and The Hague. The Amsterdam Express and local rail services stop at the ferry terminal.

Car Parking

Short-term and long-term parking facilities are available at the Hook of Holland Ferry Port. Parking rates are very reasonable, and the first 30 minutes are free for passenger drop off or pick up.

Travel by Taxis

While taxis can be found loitering near the ferry terminal, it is customary to hire one by phone. Taxis can be booked at information desks on the ferries or in the terminal building.

Hook of Holland Port

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