Family Festivals in France & Flanders
A medieval festival at a 16th century fortified castle, a gathering of classic ships from all over Europe, a largest international hot air balloon festival in the world…there are plenty of fun festivals to visit this year in France & Flanders!
Our favourite places to eat in the Nord-Pas de Calais
Many of our colleagues live in the Nord-Pas de Calais, and a good few of our Dover-based staff travel to the region on a regular basis. In this section of our website, we’ll be posting reviews of our favourite restaurants.
Ultimate Guide to a Calais Wine Trip – MyFerryLink
Affordable trips to Calais are the perfect tonic for ever-increasing taxes on British-bought alcohol. Here's how to do a booze cruise properly.
A visitor's guide to Amiens: Home of one of France's finest cathedrals
Visitors may flock to Amiens to visit the city’s impressive Gothic cathedral but when they arrive they soon discover the city’s literary links and beautiful green spaces
A visitor's guide to Amsterdam
A visitor's guide to Antwerp: The diamond capital of Belgium
Situated on the eastern bank of the River Scheldt, Antwerp has been an important centre of trade in the Low Countries for centuries
A visitor's guide to Boulogne-sur-Mer: a pretty French fishing town
Boulogne is a popular destination for Brits wanting a taste of France without having to travel too far from home
A visitor's guide to Bruges: Flanders' medieval Venice of the North
The city of Bruges, with its stunning architecture and canals, is the best preserved example of medieval Flanders
A visitor's guide to Brussels: capital of Belgium at the heart of Europe
Brussels may be most famous to many in Britain as the home of the European Union - but there is so much more to the Belgian capital than international politics
A visitor's guide to Cologne: the historic city on the Rhine
Straddling the River Rhine, Cologne is the fourth-largest city in Germany and has a history stretching back to the Roman Empire
A visitor's guide to Düsseldorf
Düsseldorf may not be as famous as a tourist destination as its Rhineland cousin Cologne but it is a great option for a continental short break
A visitor's guide to Ghent: a pretty city in Flanders
Ghent is a pretty city with a long history and it is often considered to be a less touristy destination than the more famous Bruges