Ferry to Norway

Your crossing



Norway is one of the loveliest countries in Scandinavia and boasts an astonishing landscape that draws in millions of tourists each year.


The landscape of Norway is diverse and awe-inspiring. From glaciers, fjords and deep mountain valleys, to expanses of open highlands and beautiful sandy beaches, the country offers something for everyone. The Norway Fjords are one of the most visited destinations in Norway, offering breathtaking views and unparalleled activities like kayaking and fishing.


The culture and history in Norway is also a must-see. From Viking settlements to cultural hubs, visitors can explore a variety of attractions. The old cities of Trondheim and Bergen are steeped in history and feature iconic landmarks making them key points of interest. No visit to Norway is complete without exploring the country’s unique food and culinary delicacies. Whether it’s a traditional dinner in Oslo or a cozy meal in a fishing village, you won’t be disappointed with the variety of traditional and more upmarket food experiences.


It is also a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, drawn in by the stunning landscape and unbeatable outdoor experiences. From floating glaciers to pristine forests and deep lakes, the country is a veritable playground for those who love to get up close to nature. Hiking, skiing, snowboarding and kayaking down the dramatic coastlines, this country promises adventure and incredible experiences at every turn.


In short, it is a unique destination offering everything from excellent sightseeing opportunities and cultural experiences, to unrivaled outdoor escapades. If you’re looking for the perfect combination of adventure, relaxation, history and culture; Norway has it all.

Ferry to Norway
Ferry to Norway

The Ferry Crossings to Norway

Ferry Crossings Ferry Company Duration
Copenhague - Oslo
Frederikshavn - Oslo
Hirtshals - Kristiansand
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Hirtshals - Larvik
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Kiel - Oslo
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Stromstad - Sandefjord
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