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Ferries Copehagen

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Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark. It is built on the two islands of Zealand and Amager, connected by the many bridges that characterise the city. It is situated opposite the coast of Sweden, and is linked to it by the Øresund Bridge.

Established as a small port used in antiquity by the Vikings, later becoming a fishing village, today the port of Copenhagen is Denmark's largest port of call, one of the largest ports in the Baltic Sea basin and handles approximately 780,000 passengers per year.

The port area is divided into several inland areas, but the passenger terminal from where ferries sail is at Nordhavn. It is located about 5 km from the city centre and a number of services are available there, such as parking, lockers, baby changing facilities, Wi-Fi and vending machines. Other services such as bars/restaurants, banks, post offices, exchange offices, pharmacies and shops of all kinds are within easy reach.

Ferries departing from Copenhagen connect Denmark with Oslo, the capital of Norway. The service is provided all year round by the Danish ferry company DFDS, which with its modern ferries runs up to 7 routes per week, taking about 19 hours to reach its destination. The line connecting the two Scandinavian capitals makes a stopover in the Danish city of Frederikshavn before resuming the crossing.

Don't let the length of the crossing scare you! DFDS ferries have the best facilities for the comfort and entertainment of all passengers. On board you will find various restaurants, shops, discos, swimming pools, spas and children's playrooms.

Copehagen ferries About Copehagen

With ferries to Copenhagen, you can enjoy a unique experience in one of Northern Europe's most beautiful cities amidst design, culture, entertainment and gastronomic experiences.

One of the first things to visit is the statue of the Little Mermaid, a true symbol of the city. It is located very close to the DFDS embarkations, just a 15-minute walk. The statue is dedicated to the well-known fairy tale by writer Hans Christian Andersen, which inspired the famous Disney production.

Staying in the area, head to the fortified citadel Kastellet and immerse yourself in its park, among red houses and windmills. Visit the elegant Rosenborg Castle and stroll through its manicured gardens. Inside you can see the Danish crown jewels.

Next, head to the old town where you can visit the magnificent Kongens Nytorv square with some of the city's most important buildings, such as the elegant Charlottenborg Palace, which now houses the Academy of Fine Arts.

From the main square you can take a stroll along the Strøget, Europe's longest pedestrian street, lined with shops, clubs and restaurants. This street is the beating heart of Copenhagen, both day and night. Visit the Nyhavn canal, one of Copenhagen's most characteristic spots, and stroll along it admiring colourful houses and historic wooden ships moored there, then stop at one of the open-air restaurants to taste the local specialities.

For a day of fun, even for the little ones, head to the famous Tivoli Gardens. It is an ideal destination for family travellers and offers Ferris wheels, roller coasters, carousels and many other attractions.

How to reach the boardings

Address: DFDS Seaways Terminal Dampfærgevej 32, 2100 Copenhagen

GPS coordinates: 55°42'4.16''N 12°35'43.46''E

The ferry terminal is easily accessible from Copenhagen Airport, which is about 20 km away either by train or metro. From Osterport station you can use bus 27 or walk to the harbour given the short distance. From the ferry terminal there are also shuttle buses to the city centre organised by the DFDS company.

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