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Denmark through Sweden

Reach Denmark from Lithuania

Did you know that when you leave the port of Klaipeda in the evening you can have lunch in the center of Copenhagen the next day and take a car trip to the most famous places in Denmark?\

Take the DFDS ferry route Klaipeda-Karlshamn. Departing from the port of Klaipeda at 9pm, at 9am you will reach the Swedish port city. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is just a few hours away from there. Take the train or your car.

Daily, overnight crossings

Travel with your vehicle

Enjoy a meal onboard

No baggage restrictions

Convenient way to travel to Denmark from the Baltics

To another coast via the longest bridge in Europe

The Oresund Bridge connects the Swedish and Danish coasts. It is the longest railway and car bridge in Europe, almost 8 kilometers long. This bridge, which connects Denmark and Sweden, is truly unique - the bridge extends further out to sea for 8 kilometers, then it is underwater on an artificial island, where it continues for several kilometers as an underwater tunnel. Traveling by this bridge is sure to be a breathtaking holiday memories. Traveling by car across the Oresund Bridge costs €56 one-way. When traveling with DFDS, you can take advantage of a ferry discount and a one-way trip will cost €26.

What to visit

Copenhagen is truly an exceptional and enchanting city. One of the most famous sites to visit is the Tivoli Gardens. It is one of the oldest theme parks in the world with activities for both children and adults.

The Botanical Garden is the place to escape from everyday life. The 10-hectare site captures not only 13,000 plant species, which can be as much as 200 years old, but also the buildings in which they grow - these were built in 1870.

And, of course, don't forget to visit Hans Kristian Andersen's famous "Little Mermaid", which is considered a symbol of Copenhagen worldwide.


Discover Europe with ferry crossings from DFDS and make travelling with your vehicle easy and affordable.

DFDS offer daily sailings between Copenhagen and Oslo, as well as crossings to the UK from France and Holland, plus routes to Germany, Sweden and the Baltics.

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