Frederikshavn to Oslo Ferry
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If you're not sure if the Frederikshavn to Oslo route is right for you or you can't decide between ferry companies, if there is more than one, you might also find it useful to read any reviews we have available. We ask all our customers to send us reviews for Frederikshavn to Oslo ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! Frederikshavn to Oslo is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.
Frederikshavn Ferry Port lies on the North Eastern coast of the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark. Frederikshavn has always been an important port historically due to its proximity to the Baltic Sea and has therefore developed into a modern ferry port with efficient infrastructure. There are many connections to Sweden and Norway, which can be booked through AFerry.
More than 3 million passengers pass through the Frederikshavn ferry port thanks to its excellent links to the rest of the European motorways and rail networks.
Frederikshavn is a small fishing town dating back to the 1500s with some remnants of Stone Age habitation still remaining in places. Frederikshavn is famous for plaice fish.
Some of the tourist attractions in Frederikshavn are the Krudttårnet (a gun tower museum), Bangsbomuseet (an old estate and manor house with displays of navigation instruments and town history) and Ellingåskib, (reconstructed remains of a 12th century Viking ship).
However, on the other hand the rest of the town provides a complete contrast and has a modern appearance to it characterised with modern buildings, lively night clubs, concert halls, busy shopping streets and an international atmosphere with a variety of eateries in and around the town centre.
Frederikshavn therefore has a lot to offer whichever way you would like to explore the city.
Oslo is the capital city of Norway and offers many sights and attractions for curious visitors.
13 Jul 2019Transfer for the sailing event in Norway
Convenient spacious ferry offering good services and comfort. We did both ways trip. The return sailing overnight took more time (around 10 hours) but was more convenient because we had more quiet for dining and sleeping. Good experience overall.
Review by BORIS ZIVNY
04 Sep 2017Pleasant trip
Pleasant trip on a beautiful route.
Review by Anon
05 Nov 2013Overall nice experience, one of the best ways to reach Oslo
The journey to Oslo was exciting and was made even better with the help of Aferry. Just a couple of things that I noticed that bothered me, first, reaching from Frederikshaven station to the port with a lot of luggage and finding the port in the city in rain was very difficult for me, it would be so great of the company if they provided travel from station to the port to its passengers or at least guide the way in a better way. Also, we had to evacuate our cabins at 4.30 while we thought we paid for till 6.30 It would be so good that either company inform that before or just let us have our cabins till arrival time. It was very annoying. The crowd was full of old people which made the journey for we young friends even boring.
Review by AMIT DUBEY
01 Sep 2013Excellent Journey
I enjoyed everything about this trip, especially the last few hours as we went up the fjord towards Oslo. Definitely a wonderful way to arrive to the city. The fare for a single traveller it’s amazingly cheap for a 9 hour trip (approx 170NKr or £16.50 sterling). The checking in was easy with no hassles over passports or security. Frederikshaven is a quiet little town on Saturday afternoons, but there is a cinema and a good selection of eating places.
Review by AB
09 Aug 2013Journey
Very nice journey! Those 8 and half hours passed very fast thanks to the good time on board. Nice music, good food and nice atmosphere.
Review by Ilie