Zeebrugge Ferry Port

Zeebrugge ferry port is Belgium's only sea port and is located to the West of the country around 10km from Bruges. Thanks to its central location, it is easily the region's most important passenger port giving access to Northern England as well as France, Holland and Germany.

You can reach Zeebrugge ferry port on the following routes:

Directions To and From Zeebrugge Ferry Port

Address: Leopold II Dam 13 (Havendam), B 8380, Belgium.

Getting to Zeebrugge Ferry Port

By Car

The Zeebrugge Ferry Terminal is located at the outer dock (Buitenhaven), Leopold II Dam (Havendam). In Zeebrugge follow the signs 'Zone 1', 'Car ferries' and 'P&O Ferries/Hull'. The E403 is a major motorway for travel towards Bruges, from where you continue on the N31 which takes you straight to Zeebrugge ferry port.

By Train

The nearest train station is Bruges Central Station in the centre of Bruges and is serviced by national and international lines.

From Bruges Station to the Zeebrugge Ferry Port, the bus departure is at 17:00 from the main entrance to the train station. From the ferry terminal to Bruges Central Railway Station: departure is after arrival of the ferry. Prices are approx 3.25€ for a single trip.

By Bus

There is a daily bus service from Bruges Central station to Zeebrugge Ferry Terminal.

Zeebrugge Ferry Port Facilities

Café/ Bar

There is a café inside the terminal building as well as a souvenir shop and newsagents which sells confectionery and snacks. Vending machines are located around the building.

Disabled Facilities

Toilets with disabled facilities are available at the terminal building. There is wheelchair access to all areas of the port, as well as special assistance for those with boarding difficulties. Passengers are however advised to notify the Zeebrugge port in advance of any specific needs that you may have.

Parking at Zeebrugge Ferry Port

Both short and long stay parking is available at the port. Payable locally.

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