Head on a two-night mini cruise break to the capital city of the province of South Holland with P&O Ferries.
You'll get to spend the day touring the cosmopolitan city of The Hague in The Netherlands at your own leisure.
At 8.30pm your modern ferry will leave the Port of Hull and sail overnight to Europoort on the outskirts of Rotterdam.
Enjoy the entertainment on-board, tuck into a delicious dinner, or enjoy a bit of shopping before heading to bed in your own en-suite cabin.
At 8.15am (or 9am on weekends) you'll arrive in Rotterdam where a coach will be waiting to whisk you to The Hague. Depending on traffic you'll normally arrive at the seaside city by around 10.15am to 10.45am.
Enjoy touring The Hague at your own leisure. As the third largest city of the Netherlands, after Amsterdam and Rotterdam, it has plenty to offer. The city is home to the U.N.'s International Court of Justice, which has its headquarters in the Peace Palace. It is also home to the International Criminal Court. The beach resort of Scheveningen is easily accessible from the city and is known as Holland's most famous seaside resort. Families should also visit Madurodam, a miniature park tourist attraction home to a range of 1:25 scale models depicting famous Dutch landmarks and cities.
At 5pm the last coach departs The Hague taking the last load of passengers back to the ferry terminal. At 8.30pm the ship sets sail bound for Hull the following morning.
This mini cruise is infrequent and only takes place on selected dates throughout the year. At the time of writing these were: 25 April, 29 April, 22 May, 20 June, 8 July, 22 August, 1 September and 26 September.
The dull-but-necessary small print
All deals are subject to availability and can be withdrawn by the operator without prior notice. The lead-in prices (otherwise known as the 'from' prices) are, unless otherwise stated above, based on two adults sharing the cheapest available cabin on the cheapest available date. Typically the best prices are available at the start of any promotion period so the earlier you book the better choice of sailing dates and cabin availability you should have. Mid-week sail dates are likely to be cheaper than weekend sail dates.