Stena Line’s Dutch Flyer provides combined rail and ferry travel for passengers wishing to travel from Britain to Holland. Travellers from the UK can depart from any Greater Anglia station to any Dutch station from as little as £49 one-way. It is the easiest way to get from London to Amsterdam in comfort and style. Train services from Greater Anglia stations take travellers to Harwich International port where they can board one of Stena Lines two Superferries to Holland.
The dutchflyer operates an “open” rail ticket which means that passengers can travel to the port at whichever time is most convenient to them. Stena Line Superferries, Stena Britannica and Stena Hollandica, offer state-of-the-art on board facilities including Swedish-designed Dux beds in the cabins, an a-la-carte restaurant and free Wi-Fi in public areas, as well as excellent facilities for children such as an on board cinema, children’s play area and even a basketball court. Combining rail and ferry travel is a great way to go!