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For those travelling between Scandinavian countries the Copenhagen to Oslo ferry crossing route offers a soothing trip where you can relax in one of the many lounge or restaurant areas.
Or if you prefer, in your cabin where you can catch a few hours sleep before your arrival in Oslo.
With a daily crossing you can travel the day that suits your travel plans the best and the bonus is you can travel with your car so that when you arrive at your destination you have instant transport available.
You are on board your ship for 18 hours so there is plenty of time to rest and relax on the journey as well as make the most of the fantastic restaurants and lounge areas during your trip.
Prices for this crossing start at £39 per person and as with many ferry trips there are plenty of added bonuses such as there being no baggage limit, being able to take your car and your pet and of course how relaxing a trip with your own ensuite cabin to rest in can be!
The DFDS Ferry terminal is located in central Copenhagen and you need to have finished checking in and be on board the ship by 4:15pm. Check in opens at 3:15pm and there are self service check in options available. You do need to make sure you have a valid passport and ID to be able to travel.
There is a bureau de change available on deck 7 where you can change most major currencies, including DKK, NOK and Euro.
Yes. You are only able to exchange €1,500 (Euro) per day.
There is wifi available to guests and there is a small charge for this. You can purchase your wifi access on board.
None. Unlike airports, your baggage allowance is determined by how much you can get in your vehicle!
Unfortunately, no but you are able to make the most of the onboard restaurants. There are plenty to choose from and you will find something to suit your tastes.
Yes. There are several areas where kids can entertain themselves.
Yes, you can. There are pet only cabins available on board available to book.
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