Harwich Ferry Port has excellent road links and is located on a peninsula in northern Essex in the sheltered waters of the River Stour. Harwich International Port has some freight sailings but is more regularly used by cruise liners and car ferries. The old town of Harwich is a conservation area and has many historic buildings, well worth a visit.

You can get easy access to the port of Harwich, England. From London and the M25 take the A12 towards Chelmsford before joining the A120 at Colchester. From Stansted Airport and the M11 take the A120 eastwards from exit 8 on the M11. From the midlands, M1 and A14 take the A12 at Ipswich and join the A120 at Colchester. Harwich is nearly 70 minutes away from London Liverpool.

Motorists` lounge at the terminal building of the port can be used by motorists and there is also a good place to park vehicles easily. Foot passengers have to be at the port before 90 minutes of their scheduled departure time. For disabled passengers can also easily park their vehicles and travel to desired places from Harwich port.

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