Oslo to Copenhagen Ferry

The Oslo Copenhagen ferry route connects Norway with Denmark. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, DFDS Seaways. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 19 hours.

Oslo Copenhagen sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Oslo - Copenhagen Ferry Operators

  • DFDS Seaways
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 19 hr
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Oslo Copenhagen Average Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Oslo Copenhagen route is a car and 1 passenger.

Oslo Copenhagen Ferry reviews

  • "Great"

    Great and easy way to get to Copenhagen. The room was a bit smaller, but we didnt mind. We just needed a bed to sleep. Bathroom was ok, too. The ship has many restaurants, bars,.. also live music! There is a bubble zone with a swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzis. Smoking area outside on the deck with covered seating, so you dont feel cold weather. We enjoyed and definitely recommend!

    'Katarina' travelled Oslo Copenhagen with DFDS Seaways on Pearl Seaways

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  • "Cruise or lose."

    We have used the ferry and driven the roads. Ferry every time for us, with a nights bed for free. Nothing to complain about at all.

    'Anonymous' travelled Oslo Copenhagen with DFDS Seaways on Crown Seaways

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  • "Nice ferry trip "

    No waiting at port - straight on. Lovely cruise with plenty of bars live music and restaurants. Like a mini cruise.

    'Sean' travelled Oslo Copenhagen with DFDS Seaways on Crown Seaways

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  • "Superb!"

    Great way to travel from Norway to Denmark. Couldn’t fault Direct Ferries in any way. Great value for money. Lovely cabin (loved having a window) super food, friendly staff and great shop on board. Would definitely recommend this over a flight if you can make time.

    'Lisa' travelled Oslo Copenhagen with DFDS Seaways on Crown Seaways

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Oslo Guide

The capital of Norway is the city of Oslo and is located on an arc of land at the northernmost end of Oslofjord which is almost divided by the Nesodden Peninsular, opposite the city. The city is bounded on its other sides by hills and mountains and is comprised of around 40 islands within its city boundary. It is relatively easy to get around this compact city using public transport or alternatively bicycles can be rented across the city. There are many things to see and do in Oslo including seeing the works by the celebrated artist Edvard Munch. His works can be found in a number of institutions in the city along with other Norwegian and international artists. The Norwegian government has recently invested large amounts of money in cultural installations, facilities, buildings and festivals in the City of Oslo.

From the city's port, ferries can be taken to destinations in Denmark and Germany. There are daily crossings to Copenhagen with a crossing time of around 16 hours, to Hirtshals with a crossing time of around 10 hours to Frederikshavn with a crossing time of 8 hours and 30 minutes and to Kiel in Germany with a crossing time of around 20 hours. Passenger facilities in Oslo's ferry terminal are rather limited although there is a coffee shop and a small departure hall.

Copenhagen Guide

The city of Copenhagen is located on the east coast of Zealand and is Denmark's capital city. It lies around 40 km to the north west of Malmo in Sweden and around 165 km to the north east of Odense. The city's boundaries extend to parts of the island of Amager and also includes a part of Frederiksberg. The city has received quite a bit of investment in its institutions and infrastructure over the past 10 years or so which in turn has resulted in significant urban and cultural development. Copenhagen is one of northern Europe's major financial centres, home to the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, and is Denmark's cultural, economic and governmental hub.

The city was recognised as the third richest city in the world, by gross earnings, in 2012 which is actually a fall as it was ranked number 1 in 2009. The completion of the Oresund Bridge, which carries rail and roads, Copenhagen has become ever more integrated with the Swedish province of Scania, and its largest city, Malmo.

Ferry services from the city's port depart to destinations in Sweden, Norway and Poland.