Ferries to Denmark

Map and flag of Denmark

Travel by ferry to Denmark! Travelling to Denmark couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Denmark holiday rested and without stress.

From Germany, more than 50 daily ferry connections offer flexible travel to Denmark. You can choose between the routes from Rostock to Gedser and from Puttgarden to Rödby. The Danish holiday islands of Bornholm and Römö can also be reached from Rügen and Sylt.

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All ferries to Denmark

Here you find all current ferry connections to Denmark.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Shipping company
Ferry Rostock – Gedser Ferry from Germany to Denmark Scandlines
Ferry Puttgarden – Rödby Ferry from Germany to Denmark Scandlines
Fähre Kristiansand – Hirtshals Ferry from Norway to Denmark Color Line
Fähre Larvik – Hirtshals Ferry from Norway to Denmark Color Line
Fähre Oslo – Frederikshavn Ferry from Norway to Denmark DFDS Seaways
Fähre Oslo – Copenhagen Ferry from Norway to Denmark DFDS Seaways

All ferries from Denmark

Here you find all current ferry connections from Denmark.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Shipping company
Ferry Rödby – Puttgarden Ferry from Denmark to Germany Scandlines
Ferry Gedser – Rostock Ferry from Denmark to Germany Scandlines
Ferry Copenhagen – Malmö – Öresund Bridge Ferry from Denmark to Sweden Scandlines
Fähre Frederikshavn – Oslo Ferry from Denmark to Norway DFDS Seaways
Ferry Hirtshals – Kristiansand Ferry from Denmark to Norway Color Line
Fähre Hirtshals – Larvik Ferry from Denmark to Norway Color Line
Fähre Copenhagen – Oslo Ferry from Denmark to Norway DFDS Seaways

Ferry ports in Denmark

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Denmark here.

Ports Number of ferry terminals
Gedser 1
Rönne 1
Aarhus 1
Esbjerg 1
Kalundborg 1
Ebeltoft 1
Bøjden 1
Tårs 1
Fynshav 1
Nordby 1
Køge 1
Spodsbjerg 1
Bale 1
Odden 1
Copenhagen 1
Rödby 1
Grenaa 1
Hirtshals 1
Frederikshavn 1

Travel guide Denmark

Holiday in Denmark

In Denmark, everyone can find the holiday programme that suits them. The small kingdom offers its visitors almost 400 islands and over 7,300 kilometres of coastline. Enough space for nature, retreat and deceleration. Enough room, however, for charming towns, arts and crafts, culture and exciting theme parks. The Danes are considered a warm, friendly and open people who always make their guests feel welcome.


TOP excursion destinations in Denmark

Denmark’s capital Copenhagen offers its visitors a beautiful old town, gorgeous royal palaces and of course the Little Mermaid. Nyhavn is lively and colourful, and Tivoli amusement park is one of Denmark’s most popular attractions.

In Aarhus, past and present are only a few minutes’ walk apart. The old town, for example, offers its visitors a cathedral, a historic municipal theatre and many colourful houses. Modern Aarhus, on the other hand, knows how to impress with its harbour, apartment buildings reminiscent of icebergs and a “Rainbow Panorama” in the ARoS art museum.

Not far from downtown Aarhus, visitors will find Marselisborg Castle. It serves as the summer residence of the Danish queen. If she is present, the changing of the guard takes place daily at twelve o’clock. In their absence, the castle park and rose garden are open to the public.

Denmark’s northernmost holiday resort, Skagen, has three fascinating features. The light there is almost magical. On a headland, visitors can stand with one foot in the Baltic Sea and the other in the North Sea. And of the silted church only the steeple still rises from the sand.

Sand as far as the eye can see! Rubjerg Knude Fyr is probably one of the most famous lighthouses in the world. In 2019, it moved inland with a height of 23 meters and a weight of 700 tons. This saved him from falling into the sea.

Lovers of castles will be enchanted by the picturesque Egeskov moated castle. The Renaissance castle lies in the middle of a lake and delights with moats, garden art and labyrinths.

In Billund, children’s dreams come true. Here in Legoland Denmark, an incredible 65,000,000 Lego bricks have been built. Over 50 attractions ensure unforgettable holiday experiences.

Off Jutland’s west coast lies the Wadden Sea National Park. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest interconnected tidal systems in the world. Thousands of animal and plant species find a home here and can be discovered on mudflat walks.


Entry requirements Denmark

German citizens need a passport or identity card to enter Denmark. The travel documents must be valid for the entire duration of the stay. Travellers under 16 years of age may enter the country with their own children’s passport, passport or identity card. A visa is not required for travel to Denmark.


Alternative travel options

An alternative to the Fähre would be to travel by car. For example, the A7 leads directly to Denmark via Hamburg and Flensburg. There is also a wide range of rail and long-distance bus connections from Germany. Copenhagen and Billund have regular flights from Germany. ››› Fähreto Scandinavia


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