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How To Get To Kristiansand Ferry Port

  • Kristiansand Ferry Port by Car

    If travelling from the east, take E18 and then follow signs to Kristiansand. If travelling from the west or north, take E39 and then follow signs for Kristiansand. Once in Kristiansand, follow the signs for the port.

  • Kristiansand Ferry Port by Train

    The train station is located approx. 50m from the port. There are train services to Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Bodø, with stops at neighbouring towns.

  • Kristiansand Ferry Port by Bus

    There are bus services from Kristiansand bus terminal to Oslo, Haukali and Stavanger and local buses as well. The bus terminal is approx. 50 m from the port.

  • Kristiansand Ferry Port Address

    Fergeterminalen, 4611 Kristiansand, Norway

  • Kristiansand Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Kristiansand Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Kristiansand Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Kristiansand Ferry Services

Kristiansand Guide

Kristiansand Ferry Port

Possibly the most famous Norwegian city other than the capital of Oslo, Kristiansand is known as the capital of Southern Norway and is the primary port in Scandinavia. Thriving on its ferry connections, Kristiansand Port is a bright, energetic place that is the closest thing Norway has to a seaside resort. In the winter, there is usually heavy snowfall, although it rarely settles for very long at the coast so the ferry routes remain relatively unaffected. The city itself is famed for its friendly welcoming atmosphere and quaint buildings, but it’s the ease of which visitors can get around that makes Kristiansand such a desirable tourist destination. It is more than possible to see all the major attractions, hit the shops and grab a bite to eat all in one day. Rich on culture and tradition, the most popular tourist spots are around the historic town centre, which is home to the fish market and impressive flower displays. To experience the natural beauty in the more rural areas, there is a bus service heading out of the main town to areas showcasing the picturesque landscapes. With frequent links to Denmark, the port is known as the gateway to Denmark with ferry routes to Hirtshals on the northern coast. There are weekly sailings making the three hour crossing and are supplied by either Fjordline or Color Line.

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