Oslo to Frederikshavn Ferry
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Getting the best price for your Oslo to Frederikshavn ferry
With AFerry we always give you our best prices for ferries from Oslo to Frederikshavn. No matter which page you book from we always include all our special offers. And there is no need to look for a discount code. If we have an offer available, your ferry price will include the reduction or offer. There's no need to look at other websites.
If you're not sure if the Oslo to Frederikshavn 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 Oslo to Frederikshavn ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! Oslo to Frederikshavn is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.
Oslo is the capital city of Norway and offers many sights and attractions for curious visitors.
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.
13 Jul 2018Great cabin
We were on a road trip from Norway to UK. So decided to take a Capt. Class Cabin on the overnight ferry. Excellent cabin ! Thought there would be breakfast included ? (was not) Take note were you have parked car as disembarkation is chaotic with everyone trying to find there car.
Review by SIMON BOTTOMLEY
01 Jul 2018A life on the ocean waves.
Great ferry trip,very good onboard facilities and comfortable and clean cabin and ensuite bathroom. 10 out of 10.
Review by Bob Fisher
21 Jul 2014Avoid School Holidays
Access to different parts of the ship was difficult to negotiate. There was very little on-board information and ship plans were hard to find. We felt uneasy as in a crisis we would not have known how to get to various points. The ship was jam packed with families with small children (under 7) who were allowed to go careering around the ship unchecked. The noise was unbelievable and collisions were inevitable. The lifts were inadequate for the number of passengers. We queued 35 minutes in the shop to pay for our few articles. Without a doubt the cabin beds were the most uncomfortable we have had on a ship and we are frequent ferry travellers. It was very difficult to get much sleep with all the noise from loose fittings in the cabin. The restaurants were set sittings only but this was not advertised except at the entrance to the restaurants. We arrived too late for the first sitting and the second (9.00 p.m.) was too late for us. Breakfast was set price only. We ended up eating in the café for both dinner and breakfast. At our evening meal screaming children in (or indeed outside) the playroom in the café and pushing past our table spoilt otherwise good food. By breakfast time any 'breakfast' items (e.g.Danish pastries) had sold out. Perhaps our experience would have been better in school term-time but the ship was not very welcoming or user-friendly. The whole experience could have been improved by handing out a ship plan/information leaflet at check-in. However, this was the route we needed to take on the day we needed to travel and we were delivered safely and on time.
Review by Anon
17 Sep 2013A value for money cruise from Norway to Sweden
Excellent boarding and unloading management. Plenty of staff to direct you to your neat and tidy cabin. Very good buffet. On time arrival and you have saved more than your gas money and overnight hotel bill in overpriced Scandinavia
Review by Robert Martin
20 May 2013Pleasent overnight journey
We arrived easily to the port facility in Oslo. After a relatively short wait at a modern facility including a toilet for babies, we boarded the ferry under the instruction of the staff. We went up to our cabin and found it quite confortable, with our private toilet comprising a shower. The cabin was clean and the beds confortable and spacious. Before going to sleep, we visited the upper deck for some dinner. There was a grocery store where the traveller can secure a wide range of goods. Though there was a WiFi service on board it did not work very well. The following morning we arrived with a one hour delay but it did not bother us much as we could still have an early start driving in Denmark. Good value for money and quite convenient for drivers who wish to rest well before a long drive ahead.
Review by Anon