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Home to the Vikings, Denmark is made up of a number of different islands, which have all been connected together by bridges and tunnels, but taking a ferry is still a highly convenient method of travel here.
With a deep and rich history, Denmark is also home to the spectacular scenery that Scandinavia is known for, so there is plenty here for everyone to enjoy whilst visiting.
There are many ferries that run to Denmark, from Norway, Sweden and Germany, so there is no shortage of ferries to pick from when travelling to Denmark, with up to 560 ferries running per week across 11 routes, so book now with Direct Ferries, to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
Ferries to Denmark can take between 45 minutes and 18 hours, and they can be affected by a number of factors, including ferry routes, operators, and weather conditions at the time of sail.
Fares are defined by many factors, including time of year, ferry route, ferry operators, whether you are bringing your car, and so on, so there are multiple different ferry fares available.
Ferries to Denmark are provided by Stena Line, Fjord Line, Color Line, DFDS Seaways, and Scandlines Ferries.
You can get a ferry to Denmark from over 10 different ferry ports, including places in Germany, Sweden, and Norway.
You are currently able to take your car on the ferry to Denmark.
Recently travelled on the Stena Britannica from Harwich to Hook of Holland - and I have to say I was impressed! The ships are brand new so everything was top notch from the restaurants through to the bar areas, drinks were reasonably priced on board as was food in the buffet restaurant - there was also A ‘la Carte style dining however we did not visit there. Cabins were spotlessly clean and well equipped, with wider beds than normal ferries and with the addition of flat screen TVs and free Wi-Fi internet - makes this an above average ferry crossing. I would without a doubt use this crossing again.Read More Read Less
"Stena Superfast VIII"
Travelled 20 February 2012, as foot passenger(non landing daytrip). Impressed by Stena Superfast ferry but distance from check in to boarding ferry is at least 1/4 mile long and i required assistance to get to the ferry because of the long distance to walk. Surely this distance is not ideal for any foot passanger, when terminal was being constructed, did no one take into consideration foot passangers? I had to ask for assistance again on arrival at Belfast. Having to request assistance took away the enjoyment of the trip. Very disappointed with the standard of the food in both cafeterias. The only positive thing from my trip was the willingness and helpfulness of all staff that I encountered.Read More Read Less
"Great ferry with a large selection of everything"
We had a great experience on a day cruise on the Stena Danica ferry. The price was low, it was a bit nostalgic to look out over the sea from this classic ferry. It was a quiet day on board and we had the time to taste the brunch buffet which was nothing extravagant, but very satisfying, fresh and delicious.Read More Read Less
"Quick and comfortable"
For us and our dog the ferry service between GB and Ireland is the quickest and most comfortable option. I don’t travel well on ships, so this short connection is the best for me. Very quick and efficient boarding means this is very pleasant and uncomplicated. The atmosphere on board is lovely, the crew is very helpful and friendly. All in all we can really highly recommend it. We are already looking forward to our next trip to Ireland in May 2012!Read More Read Less
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