Travelling to Harwich International Port
By Air: London (Stansted) Airport is within easy reach of Harwich (50 minutes by car or taxi), with Heathrow and Gatwick being only 2 hours drive away.
By Rail: Rail passengers can travel to Harwich International Station, being adjacent to the ferry and cruise terminals. Regular service connections to London (70 minutes) and also to other UK destinations.
From the M11: Leave at junction 8 and join the A120 eastwards, heading for Braintree and Colchester.
From the M25: Take the A12 at junction 28 (signposted Chelmsford) and then join the A120 at Colchester, after approximately 30 miles.
From the A14: Take the A12 at Ipswich and join the A120 at Colchester.
In all cases keep on the A120 following signs to Harwich. On approaching Harwich, follow signs for Harwich International Port.
By Sea: Harwich International Port has connecting passenger services from Hook of Holland and Esbjerg (Denmark).
On Arrival: Visitors are requested to follow the internal port signs for their destination within the port complex.
Car Parking: Ample parking is available at the Ferry & Cruise car park.