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Book Ferries to England with Any Book Ferries to England with LD Lines, Brittany Ferries, Eurotunnel, Irish Ferries, P&O Ferries, SeaFrance or Stena Line online with lets you book a ferry to England quickly, securely and at the lowest price. For an overview of all our connections to England take a look at You can now book the new Ramsgate (England) to Ostend (Belgium) route with TransEuropa Ferries. This is the only dedicated England to Belgium service with up to 8 sailings per day for passengers and cars.

About Ferries to England

Are you considering taking a ferry to England? Understandable, as this land of tea and beer is also a land of heritage and tradition, richly endowed with style and culture. There is so much to explore in this land of historic cities, dramatic moorlands, incomparable theater, country lanes and the quintessential English garden. A ferry to England with can sail you direct to many parts of this country.

A ferry to England via Dover, Newhaven, Portsmouth, Plymouth and more will take you to the south: England's "Land of Heritage" from Dover on the east coast with its famous White Cliffs to Land's End in the West. Follow the River Thames from London through Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire and the University town of Oxford. Walk or hike the coastal trails of Devon and Cornwall, or explore the wind-swept moors with rocky Tors and delightful wild ponies, and don't miss the thriving art-lovers resort, St Ives.

Drive a bit further into the country and discover the Heart of England. Shropshire, in the west of the region, is where England meets Wales. Here you will find beautiful medieval towns with distinctive "black and white" Tudor architecture that continues into Herefordshire. In the unspoiled rolling countryside near Worcester you will find the Malvern Hills. Shakespeare Country is Stratford-upon-Avon, where you can visit the famous writer's birthplace, former home and final resting place, and of course Shakespeare Theater. Robin Hood lived in Sherwood Forest, in Nottinghamshire, where the English Civil War began and ended, although Nottingham is just as famous for its beautiful handmade lace. Any can help you reach these spots.

Further along the coast a ferry to England via Dover, Harwich and more will help you explore the East of England, home of coast and countryside, gardens and historic houses, cathedral cities and gentle waterways! Colchester in Essex is Britain's oldest recorded town, founded by the Romans.In Cambridgeshire, you can explore the cathedral cities Peterborough and Ely, find the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell in Huntingdon, cycle along the great dykes of the Fens, punt along the river in the university town of Cambridge, or visit the Imperial War Museum at Duxford.

Travel with Any to England's Northwest region, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, the Rolls Royce, the first passenger trains, great soccer clubs and the Beatles! The region is dominated by the great Victorian cities of Manchester and Liverpool, two of England's most dynamic spots. The magnificent Roman city of Chester, with its distinct black and white Tudor architecture and Norman cathedral, is the heart of Cheshire, a county rich in gardens and manor houses and its wonderful annual flower show. The Lake District in the heart of Cumbria, is an area of outstanding natural beauty with sixteen great lakes, from which rise huge mountains and craggy fells. Yorkshire is the county where the rugged Pennines meet the brooding moors--the inspiration for the Bronte sisters' literary works, and to the Yorkshire Dales, celebrated in the books and TV series of vet James Herriot. A ferry to England via Hull brings you very close to this magnificent part of England.

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