Travel to Denmark by Ferry
Denmark is the most important ferry hub for people traveling between mainland Europe and Norway and Sweden. There are therefore a lot of ferries to and from Denmark. For example, boats go from Norway, Sweden, and from Germany.
It is useful to view the Danish connections on the map because then you get a good idea of where they all go.
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Ferry to Denmark from Germany
Ferries from Germany to Denmark mainly go to the Zealand region, from where Copenhagen and Sweden are easily accessible.
Germany ⇔ Denmark
Ferry to Denmark from Sweden
There are several ferries from Sweden. In particular, the ferry from Helsingborg to Helsingor is very popular because of the short distance and the relatively expensive alternative: the Oresund Bridge toll crossing.
Ferry to Denmark from Norway
The shortest crossings from Norway to Denmark go to Hirsthals and Frederikshavn. The ferry from Gothenburg, Sweden, also arrives in Frederikshavn. If you want to take a longer ferry from Norway, you can sail to Copenhagen.
Ferries Within Denmark
Also within Denmark, there are a number of ferry services that connect the islands with mainland Denmark.
Traveling in Denmark
Traveling to Denmark is very easy. The roads are very good and you can also cover considerable distances by public transport.
What you should keep in mind is that there are two important bridges for which tolls are charged. These are the Oresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden and the Storebaeltsbroen between Nyborg and Halsskov.
Because of this toll and the long distance you have to travel through Denmark, ferries are often an interesting choice.