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Ferry Crossings
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Ferries to Denmark

Travelling on a ferry crossing to Copenhagen from Oslo is the perfect way to reach the Danish capital. From here you can begin exploring Denmark, travel into Sweden, or head south to mainland Europe.

The German border is just 3½ hours from our Danish port, with countries like Holland, Belgium and beyond just a drive away.

Live Out Your Fairytale

Birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, enchantment and wonder are an intrinsic part of Danish heritage.

You can see it in Copenhagen’s Little Mermaid statue, in the spellbinding Kronborg castle or in the giant wooden sculptures hidden in the capital’s surrounding forests.

For a coastal retreat, visit the quaint town of Skagen or for a metropolis outside the capital, visit Aarhus.

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