Ferry travel is often overlooked in favour of flying but for no good reason. Travelling by ferry can be quick, cheap and much more comfortable allowing you to take your own car and therefore travel with much more luggage. A common misconception is that ferry travel limits the range of potential destinations for your travels. This post illustrates ten top destinations with ferry ports around the world.
Ferry rides can be the most beautiful excuse to witness the attraction of Ireland. You have the option of visiting the capital Dublin amongst other beautiful places. Ireland is one of the beautiful destinations that can be explored on a budgeted cost. There are many sites to stroll around in Ireland and you will be able to make most of your time.
Ferry holidays to Greece can be the most exotic and luxurious. Greece is a popular tourist destination, boasting beautiful beaches, traditional villages, numerous historical sites etc. You can experience the cosmopolitan life in Athens or the forest and other coastal regions of the Greek islands.
You can avail ferry rides from the ports of Finland, Sweden, Korea, Japan and others. Russia is known for its incredible landscapes, broad plains and terrains. The enormous forest in Siberia and various volcanic regions in the Eastern part are a must-see.
You can board ferry rides from France, Ireland, Belgium and Holland. England attracts many visitors every year owing to its varied culture, countryside landscapes and rich history. England is also the homeland for historical monuments such as Big Ben and St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The ferries to Scotland can be boarded from Northern Ireland and Holland. Scotland has vibrant and rich cultural which delights the interests of many visitors that travel every year. The capital city of Edinburgh is a historical city famous for it’s comedy festivals and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
You can catch ferry rides to Japan from South Korea and parts of Russia. The major attraction while travelling through the cities of Japan will be its tradition, the local cuisines and finest Japanese food.
France is the most visited country in the whole world and has many attraction and sites to entertain the visitors. The prominent landmark being the Eiffel Tower and there are some spectacular coastlines in the southern and western parts of France.
Spain seems to be the most popular summer destination for British tourists and it’s not hard to see why. As well as beautiful beaches and plenty of sunshine there are many fantastic restaurants, serving the finest Spanish food.
9. New Zealand
It is located in the Pacific Ocean and around 900 miles from the east Australia. This country has rich bio diversity and plant life and the beaches and sea life are to be marvelled at. New Zealand is also the home to various kinds of adventure sports such as water sports, skydiving and snorkelling to name a few.
This country hosts many stunning lakes and has an abundant forest life. The Swedish cities and different islands offer many options for the tourist. A special attraction is the collection of museums in the cities of Sweden.