From the fall of the mullet to the rise of the selfie stick, it’s fair to say a lot’s happened since the Pride of York made its maiden voyage in 1987. Now, this beloved member of the P&O Ferries fleet is going through some changes of its own. We’ve listened to plenty of valuable feedback from our passengers, and you’ll see some dramatic improvements when you step on board.
As one of the most popular places to visit in the world, the medieval city of Bruges attracts millions of visitors per year from all over the globe. Many of these visitors will arrive via Zeebrugge, the international port of Bruges. With a distance of just 17 kilometres from the port, those travelling via a P&O ferry have a variety of options when getting from Zeebrugge to Bruges.
The Belgian people are serious about beer, and they have every reason to be. The country boasts a rich beer heritage which dates back thousands of years, and to this day Belgium is regarded as one of the biggest and most prestigious beer producing countries in the world. Of course, you don’t just have to take our word for it, as the annual Belgian Beer Weekend in Brussels offers the perfect opportunity to sample the many different variations of the hoppy drink from the top brewers in the country.
Once a year, the German capital undergoes a curious makeover. Every evening from 9th – 18th October, buildings across the city are bathed in dazzling light projections that make up the Berlin Festival of Lights. The annual event attracts over two million visitors to the city, making it one of the most successful light shows in the world. Continue reading Berlin Light Festival: Illuminating the German Capital
The stunning city of Bruges attracts thousands of visitors from across the globe every year who are drawn to its cobbled streets, Gothic architecture and, most importantly, its abundance of delicious chocolate. To help you navigate the city’s array of chocolatiers, we took a look at some of the finest places selling chocolates in Bruges.