"Best way to travel between oslo and copenhagen"
Reviewed 23 July 2014 by Kam Tai
Excellent experience. Good value for money. Best way to travel between Copenhagen and oslo! Buffet dinner was delicious I'm surprised they call it a ferry as it was so beautiful it was more like a cruise ship.
'Kam Tai' travelled Copenhagen Oslo with DFDS Seaways on Pearl Seaways
Reviewed 19 November 2013 by Wayne
I used this trip as a quick means to visit Oslo for a day while I was in Denmark. When I booked the trip I assumed that since this is not a typical cruise but rather a ferry that when the announcements were made that everyone had to to leave the boat in the morning and that it would depart for whatever reason that we had to completely vacate our room. The one thing I wish I had known ahead of time is that since we were taking the evening ferry back that night, and were assigned the same cabin that we could have left our luggage in the room which would have allowed us to pack more appropriately rather than planning to depart with everything we took on board. Other than the very expensive but typical Scandinavian prices for food and drink, everything was good. Staff was friendly and courteous. Parking is directly across the street from the terminal in Copenhagen and taxis readily available outside for quick trips into the city.
'Wayne' travelled Copenhagen Oslo with DFDS Seaways on Pearl Seaways
"Crossing Copenhagen-Oslo "
Reviewed 06 October 2013 by Neu Jürgen
The crossing was very pleasant. Everything worked out. 2014 prima happy again. Greetz J.Schmelzer
'Neu Jürgen' travelled Copenhagen Oslo with DFDS Seaways
"Copengagen - Oslo ferry"
Reviewed 13 September 2013 by Anonymous
The journey went well. The crossing was on time, our cabin met our expectations. Food was expensibe.
'Anonymous' travelled Copenhagen Oslo with DFDS Seaways on Pearl Seaways
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|Hirtshals - Langesund with Fjord Line - 7 Sailings Weekly / 4 hour 30 minute crossing|
|Hirtshals - Kristiansand with Color Line - 14 Sailings Weekly / 3 hour 15 minute crossing|
|Hirtshals - Larvik with Color Line - 14 Sailings Weekly / 3 hour 45 minute crossing|
Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark. It was founded around 1000 by Sweyn I Forkbeard and his son Canute the Great. It was only a fishing village by the name of "Havn" (harbour) until the middle of the 12th century when it grew in importance after coming into the possession of the Bishop Absalon, who fortified it in 1167. The excellent harbour encouraged Copenhagen's growth until it became an important centre of commerce. During World War II Copenhagen was occupied by German troops along with the rest of the country from 9th of April 1940 until 4th of May 1945. In August 1943, when the government's collaboration with the occupation forces collapsed, several ships where sunk in Copenhagen Harbour by the Royal Danish Navy to prevent them being used by the Germans. The city has grown greatly since the war, in the seventies using the so-called five-finger-plan of communter trainlines to surrounding towns and suburbs.
Oslo is the capital city of Norway. According to the Norse lore, Oslo was founded around 1048 by king Harald Hardråde.
It occupies an arc of land at the northern end of the Oslofjord. The fjord, which is nearly bisected by the Nesodden peninsula opposite Oslo, lies to the south; in all other directions Oslo is surrounded by green hills and mountains. There are 40 islands within the city limits, the largest being Malmøya (0.56 km²), and scores more around the Oslofjord. Oslo has 343 lakes, the largest being Maridalsvannet (3.91 km²). This is also a main source of drinking water for large parts of Oslo. The highest point is Kirkeberget, at 629 m. Although the city's population is small compared to most European capitals, it occupies an unusually large land area. Its boundaries encompass many parks and open areas, giving it an airy and often very green appearance.