Book your ferry from COPENHAGEN to OSLO with NetFerry!
Want to book a holiday to Norway? Find your ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo by checking NetFerry online booking system. Book your ferry crossing to Oslo from Copenhagen in just a few steps and find all the information you need including prices, travel times and timetables.
The line from Copenhagen to Oslo is provided by Dfds only who carry out 7 trips per week with mostly afternoon boardings and crossing times not exceeding 17 hr 15 min. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. Once on board, you will find bars, shops and self service restaurants to make your crossing more relaxing and comfortable. Cabin accommodation allows you to rest with peace of mind.
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Port of COPENHAGEN
Copenhagen has three ferry terminals: Langelinie, Nordre Toldbod and Ocean Quay. When getting around Copenhagen note that you can only purchase tickets on-board buses with Danish cash, credit cards are not accepted. From Ocean Quay To Copenhagen Airport take bus number 25, which only runs during the summer, from the bus stop Oceankaj towards Nørreport Station. Get off at Nørreport Station and take the metro to Copenhagen Airport, it should take around 40 minutes. Outside of summer, take bus number 27 Oceankaj bus stop towards Østerport Station. Then take the regional train... [More information]
Address: Dampfærgevej 30, 2100 København, Denmark
Directions: Google Map @ Copenhagen, port
Guide of OSLO
Oslo is the capital of Norway, located on the southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord river, Oslo is Norway's economic and governmental hub. With a population of around 670, 000; the city is at the centre of the Norwegian banking industry, and the port is essential to European maritime trade and administration. A brief history of Oslo The city was founded as a settlement in 1040 and was known as Ánslo as an important trading place and regarded as the capital between 1299–1319, during the reign of Haakon V of Norway, who resided here. This kind also began the construction... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 17 hours 15 minutes
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