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Set sail to Holland this autumn on a mini cruise to Amsterdam and save 50%. Spend an overnight crossing in an en suite cabin, enjoy freshly made food from our range of restaurants and take in the onboard entertainment en route to the Dutch capital. With a host of onboard facilities, including a casino, club, plus whisky and wine tasting on selected crossings, when you travel with DFDS you can enjoy the feeling of an exclusive hotel at sea.
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Save 50% on mini cruise with option to add breakfast & dinner
Depart North Shields for Amsterdam
À la carte dining, wine tasting, live entertainment and laid-back surroundings – all markers of a prestigious hotel. Get all of that and more with DFDS on our crossings from Newcastle to Amsterdam. Enjoy sea views and clear skies for stargazing, a range of restaurants for dining, an onboard cinema and casino for unwinding and a selection of bars for sipping something special en route to your Amsterdam getaway.
Rest your head on freshly pressed linen in your en suite cabin onboard the overnight crossing from Newcastle to Amsterdam. With sea view and premium upgrades available, as well as pet friendly cabins, you can enjoy all the fun and entertainment onboard with your own personal oasis to escape to once the night draws in. Rise in the morning before enjoying breakfast onboard and heading into Amsterdam for the day.
Amsterdam in the autumn is beautiful. Stroll the cobbled streets beneath the burnt orange and gold trees, taking in the winding canals and timber fronted houses which make the city so famous. Visit one of the city’s many museums including Anne Frank House or Rijksmuseum and why not stop by a street-side café to sample one of Amsterdam’s gastronomical delights such as Bitterballen or Poffertjes? For a spot of shopping, the Nine Streets area of the city has a selection of independent boutiques ideal for finding a unique souvenir from your trip to the Dutch capital.
Travelling to Amsterdam over Christmas and New Year offers plenty of fun – from ice skating on Rembrandtplein, to browsing the Christmas markets to craning your necks to see the 22 metre Christmas tree in Dam Square, bedecked with thousands of sparkling lights. Witness the city light up in December and January for Amsterdam’s Light Festival which features light installations around the city from artists across the world. March sees the start of spring with flowers beginning to bloom and cafés opening their doors for alfresco dining once again.
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