Port of Copenhagen

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark)

The Port of Copenhagen offers ferry routes connecting Copenhagen with Sweden, Norway and Poland, with regularly scheduled sailings to the cities of Malmø, Helsingborg, Oslo and Swinoujscie.

Copenhagen to Helsingborg, Sweden and Oslo, Norway

Daily service is offered to Oslo, Norway, stopping at Helsingborg, Sweden on the way. It's a 2-hour journey to Helsingborg and an additional 14 hours overnight to Oslo.

Helsingborg is one of the busiest and best equipped ports in Scandinavia. It has a terminal building where you'll find toilets, telephones and a vending machine for cold drinks, but there are no baggage trolleys available. The Port of Oslo is strategically located at the top of the 97-km / 60-mile long Oslofjord, in the centre of the most populated and industrialised area of Norway. Oslo was founded in 1050 by the Vikings and is one of Europe's oldest cities. At the terminal in Oslo are storage lockers, toilets, mineral water dispensers and a pub in the Departures Hall.

Copenhagen to Swinoujscie, Poland

There are four crossings weekly between Copenhagen and Swinoujscie on the M/F Pomerania. The number of crossings increases to five a week in the summer months. The night crossing takes 12 hours, while the daytime crossing takes only 9 hours, 30 minutes.

Swinoujscie is well-known for its magnificent beaches, health resort and modern harbour. Located in the northwest corner of Poland, it is one of the most attractive towns on the Polish coast.

Copenhagen to Malmø, Sweden

A hydrofoil service links Copenhagen and Malmo, Sweden, with a short crossing time of 45 minutes.

Malmo is a historic port, dating from the 13th century, and the third largest city in Sweden. It was actually part of Denmark until 1658, when the province of Skåne was incorporated into Sweden. Malmo can serve as a base for exploring the nearby ancient castles.

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