Offer for Scalepoint

MiniCruise to Oslo

From
26
,- /pers. + fee*
Offer for Scalepoint
Route
Copenhagen - Oslo

Offer for Scalepoint

It is gray, wet and cold outside. Everyday life is in full swing, but in between we can all stop and long for holidays, freedom and new travel experiences. So why not just do it? Take a few days off the calendar and take a short break to Oslo for the whole family.

Right now all Scalepoint suppliers can travel on MiniCruise with the Oslo boat from 26, - per. pers. + allowance when four people travel together. Travel selected Sundays - Wednesdays from January 20 - December 20, 2020.

See you on board!

Save up to 80%

2 nætter til søs

    Save up to 80% at your Mini Cruise

crown in the Oslofjord

Day 1

11.45

Check-in opens

14.00

Check-in closes

14.15

Ferry departs Oslo for Copenhagen

Women in Nyhavn in Copenhagen in Denmark

Day 2

09.15

Arrival in Copenhagen

09.15

Your day of leisure begins

11.45

Check-in opens

14.15

Ferry departs Copenhagen for Oslo

Breakfast Copenhagen Oslo

Day 3

07.00

Buffet breakfast available onboard

09.15

Arrival in Oslo

Family on deck of Newcastle-Amsterdam ferry

DFDS Winter Sale

With this offer you can look forward to a nice mini holiday away from everyday life. On a MiniCruise you have the best framework for relaxation and lots of fun at sea.

The offer is valid for departure Sunday - Wednesday during the period 20 January - 20 December 2020. However, not 12 - 13/4, 19/6 - 9/8 & 11 - 14/10 2020. The offer applies to both standard cabins with / without sea view and our luxurious premium cabins.

NB. Our prices are dynamic. Therefore, check the price of your desired travel date when booking. Reservations for sold out days and cabins.

At the opera house in Oslo - Foto credit: Thomas_Johannessen
Ice rink with big wheel

Explore Oslo

On our mini cruises you can experience Oslo during the hours the ship is at the quay.

In the winter, the Navisen Skating Rink by Karl Johan is popular. You can also enjoy a nice day in the snow; it only takes half an hour by metro to get to Oslo Winter Park, where you can rent skis, or the Corkscrew toboggan run, which is open from December to March.

In the summer you can take a walk on the harbor, where you can see the spectacular opera house and the shrimp boats, which are located by the Town Hall pier (except Sunday and Monday). Buy freshly cooked shrimp, and peel your own lunch! The shopping street, Karl Johan Gate, is definitely worth a visit.

Oslo tourist attraction
Young child in Oslo

Oslo for families

There are many opportunities for a fun day in Oslo for both young and old. If the weather is good, a visit to the famous Vigeland Park is recommended. It takes an hour to go there, but the experience of seeing the many sculptures in all forms and materials of the world is well worth it. The sculptures are made by the Norwegian artist Gustav Vigeland, and there is also an associated museum and a café where you can feel hunger and thirst. If the weather is less good, another opportunity is to take a trip to the Norwegian Technical Museum, which through play and learning focuses on technology, industry, science and medicine. The museum creates fun and engaging communication for people of all ages through the more than 25 permanent and temporary exhibitions. The trip to the museum takes about half an hour by line L3 from the Central Station.

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