Is there a passenger ferry from UK to Denmark?
Although we no longer offer ferries to Denmark from the UK directly, there are still a number of convenient ways to get to Scandinavia from the UK using our other routes. DFDS offer a number of North Sea passenger ferry routes, including three crossings to Scandinavia.
The advent of cheap flights means there are currently no direct ferry routes between the UK and Scandinavia.
How do you get from Denmark to Scotland?
The best way to get from Scotland to Denmark is to fly which takes 4h 39m and costs £25 – £100. Alternatively, you can train, which costs £330 – £1,000 and takes 21h 30m.
Can you get a ferry from Scotland to Norway?
By ferry from the UK
There are currently no car ferries from the UK to Norway; the nearest you’ll get is Esbjerg in Denmark, about 900km (around 10hr) by road from Oslo, with DFDS Seaways (wdfdsseaways.co.uk) from Harwich.
How do you get from England to Denmark?
London to Denmark by train…
It’s easy to travel from the UK to Denmark without flying. Take Eurostar and onward trains from London to either Brussels, Cologne or Hamburg, stay overnight, then travel from Brussels, Cologne or Hamburg to Copenhagen next morning.
Is there a ferry from Scotland to Sweden?
Immingham to Gothenburg is the most direct ferry route to travel from the UK to Sweden. There are up to 6 departures per week with a relaxing 26 hour crossing.
Is there a ferry from Aberdeen to Norway?
Aberdeen is home to a world class port which provides ferry and freight services to Norway, Denmark and the Shetland Islands, all of which can be booked through AFerry.
Do you need Covid to enter Denmark?
You must take a test either before entry or within 24 hours after entry. Test taken before entry is valid if you have documentation for a negative PCR-test taken less than 72 hours before arrival or a rapid antigen test taken less than 48 before arrival. If you arrive by plane, you can use test centre at the airport.
Where do Ferries go from UK?
5 of the coolest ferry journeys from the UK
- Portsmouth to Bilbao, Spain. …
- Liverpool to Dublin, Ireland. …
- Newcastle to Amsterdam, Netherlands. …
- Aberdeen to Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland. …
- Poole to Cherbourg, France.
Do I need a visa for Denmark from UK after Brexit?
Following Brexit, UK citizens are not required to have a visa to visit Denmark. You can check visa requirements for your country at the Danish Immigration Service’s website.
Is there a ferry from UK to Hamburg?
Take the ferry to Europe with Stena Line
Sail on Stena Line’s ferry from Harwich to Hook of Holland and you can easily drive to Hamburg, Hannover, Bremen and Germany’s other northern cities. … Germany’s second largest city, Hamburg has plenty to offer.
Can you sail from UK to Norway?
If you’re travelling from the UK, our Copenhagen to Oslo ferry is the perfect route into Norway. Arriving in Copenhagen, you’ll sail overnight and next morning the breathtaking fjords will welcome you to Oslo.
Can you get a ferry from UK to Germany?
There are around 19 ferry routes connecting Germany to the UK, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Eastern Europe. The most popular routes for freight, HGV and van couriers include Rostock – Gedser, Rostock – Trelleborg, Puttgarden – Rodby and Kiel – Gothenburg.