How to Get to Harwich Ferry Port

Harwich Ferry Port Directions

Harwich ferry port is located on the east coast of England in Essex with fast access to the North Sea and Scandinavian ports. Here is all the information you need when taking a ferry to or from Harwich to Hook of Holland and Harwich to Esbjerg Denmark. To make a ferry booking with ferryonline use our booking form above, compare prices and save.

DFDS Seaways & Stena Line ferries operate from Harwich International Ferry Terminal.

Harwich Ferry Port by Car

From the M25: Leave at Junction 28 and follow the A12 North signposted towards Chelmsford and Colchester. At Colchester turn off the A12 onto the A120 following signs for Harwich. When approaching the port follow signs for Harwich International Port.

From the North: Take the A14 to Ipswich. At Ipswich join the A12 South towards Colchester. At Colchester join the A120 following signs to Harwich. When approaching the port follow signs for Harwich International Port.Harwich Port is situated on the east coast of England on the southern side of the River Stour in Essex. It is one of the UK's leading passenger and freight ferry terminals with approximately one million passengers passing through annually, travelling on ferries to the Netherlands and Denmark.

Harwich Ferry Port By Rail

The nearest railway station is Harwich International located alongside the Quay. From here it is an easy walk to the ferry terminal building. Trains run from London Liverpool Street to Harwich International.

Harwich Ferry Port By Coach

National Express operate a regular coach service from London and around the UK to Harwich. From the coach station take a taxi to the port.

Parking at Harwich Ferry Port

There is both long and short term parking available at the port both are chargeable.