The East area of England offers a mixt of old and new with historic remains and along with the lovely beaches and great shopping centers it is a great place to spend a few days before or after a cruise.
Located at around 90 miles from the center of London in the North Sea seaport in Essex, Harwich International Port is the smallest of the three main cruise ports that serves London (Harwich, Southampton and Dover). Lying on the south River Stour, on one mile upstream from the town of Harwich and perfectly placed for Scandinavian and Baltic cruises as well for round Britain and other European destinations, Harwich Port is the northerly cruise ports on the United Kingdom’s east coast. Cruises like Royal Caribbean, Celebrity and Holland America are arriving on the only one terminal that Harwich port has and even on the summer season there is only a cruise ship every day arriving here. Although, the port has a friendly personal service, highly effective security and it is exceptionally clean and well maintained.
With easy access to London’s Airports, especially to Stansted (just 50 miles away) and excellent road links, a trip from / to Harwich Port offers travelers a quite pleasant sightseeing passing through the area. The nearby cities of Colchester and Ipswich have plenty of attractions for the tourists to see.
If you are a history-lover, Port of Harwich is a must-see. The place where the Mayflower Project was built, the Electric Palace (one of Britain’s first cinemas) and the Redoubt Fort (which date back from the Napoleonic Wars) are just some of the beautiful places to see in the area.
Harwich city also is well located for a number of interesting tourist destinations and attractions ideal for cruise itineraries. A visit to Constable Country, in the medieval village of Dedham – the place where the painter John Constable was educated and which landscapes inspired him, to Colchester (Britain’s oldest recorded town) or to Saffron Walden – the delightful medieval market town with a rich heritage of old buildings will definitely make your holiday an interesting one.
Searching for an accommodation in Harwich area? Hotels like Premier Inn Harwich, Pier Hotel or Continental Hotel are just some of the best hotels on which you can spend one or more nights at.
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