P&O Ferries Bruges Mini Cruise Review
In early October, I embarked on a two-night mini cruise from Hull to charming medieval Bruges in Belgium. The weather was a lot kinder compared to my previous soggy experience in a damp March. The warmth of the city and its people was just how I remembered it to be. This short mini cruise break is one of P&O Ferries most popular routes and is a must for all chocoholics. But there is more to the city than just chocolate as I discovered.
Terminal 2 is an older building in the Port of Hull that is used for the Zeebrugge (Bruges) sailings.
Pride of Bruges feels quite cramped inside, but still offers a good choice of dining and entertainment venues.
P&O Ferries offers a variety of cabins to suit all budgets. Cabins on Pride of Bruges are dated though.
Pride of Bruges has a small selection of restaurants and cafés. Remember to pre-book your meals before you sail.
There is a reasonable choice of entertainment available onboard sailings to Belgium.
Zeebrugge Port is located to the west of Bruges city centre and is where you will dock on a P&O Ferries service.
As it is really easy to get around, you can see a lot of what Bruges has to offer in just a few hours.
There's more to Bruges than chocolate and this mini cruise is perfect for easily touring the small city.