Ferries to Norway

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Map and flag of Norway

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

Travel from Denmark, Germany, Sweden and Holland to Norway.

The ferry service from Kiel to Oslo connects Germany and Norway directly. From Denmark you can reach Oslo from Copenhagen and Frederikshavn. A faster alternative is offered by the connections from Hirtshals to Kristiansand and Larvik. There are also connections from Hirtshals to Stavanger and Bergen. If you plan to enter the country from Sweden, take the Fähre from Strömstad to Sandefjord.

Search & Book Ferries to Norway

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Norway. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Norwayferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Norway

Here you find all current ferry connections to Norway.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Eemshaven – Kristiansand ferry Ferry from Netherlands to Norway 3 times a week
approx. 18 hours
Holland Norway Lines
Ferry Hirtshals – Bergen Ferry from Denmark to Norway 7 times a week
16 hours 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Ferry Hirtshals – Kristiansand Ferry from Denmark to Norway 14 times a week
3 hours 15 minutes
Fjord Line
Color Line
Ferry Hirtshals – Langesund Ferry from Denmark to Norway 7 times a week
4 hours 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Ferry Hirtshals – Larvik Ferry from Denmark to Norway 14 times a week
3 hours 45 minutes
Color Line
Ferry Hirtshals – Stavanger Ferry from Denmark to Norway 7 times a week
10 hours 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Ferry Frederikshavn – Oslo Ferry from Denmark to Norway 7 times a week
approx. 10 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Kiel – Oslo Ferry from Germany to Norway 7 times a week
20 hours
Color Line
Ferry Copenhagen – Oslo Ferry from Denmark to Norway 7 times a week
approx. 19 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Stromstad – Sandefjord Ferry from Sweden to Norway 4 times a day
2 hours 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Color Line

All ferries from Norway

Here you find all current ferry connections from Norway.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Bergen – Hirtshals Ferry from Norway to Denmark 7 times a week
18 hours
Fjord Line
Ferry Kristiansand – Hirtshals Ferry from Norway to Denmark 14 times a week
3 hours 15 minutes
Fjord Line
Color Line
Ferry Larvik – Hirtshals Ferry from Norway to Denmark 14 times a week
3 hours 45 minutes
Color Line
Ferry Oslo – Frederikshavn Ferry from Norway to Denmark up to 7 times a week
approx. 10 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Oslo – Kiel Ferry from Norway to Germany 7 times a week
20 hours
Color Line
Ferry Oslo – Copenhagen Ferry from Norway to Denmark 7 times a week
approx. 19 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Sandefjord – Stromstad Ferry from Norway to Sweden 4 times a day
2 hours 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Color Line
Ferry Stavanger – Hirtshals Ferry from Norway to Denmark 7 times a week
11 hour 30 minutes
Fjord Line

All ferries within Norway

Here you can find all current ferry connections within Norway.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Bergen – Flesland Inland ferry Norway 14 times a week
25 minutes
Rødne Fjord Cruise
Ferry Bergen – Rosendal Inland ferry Norway 14 times a week
1 hour 55 minutes
Rødne Fjord Cruise
Ferry Bergen – Stavanger Inland ferry Norway 7 times a week
5 hours 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Ferry Flesland – Bergen Inland ferry Norway 14 times a week
20 minutes
Rødne Fjord Cruise
Ferry Flesland – Rosendal Inland ferry Norway 14 times a week
1 hour 20 minutes
Rødne Fjord Cruise
Ferry Langesund – Stavanger Inland ferry Norway 7 times a week
16 hours
Fjord Line
Ferry Rosendal – Bergen Inland ferry Norway 14 times a week
1 hour 55 minutes
Rødne Fjord Cruise
Ferry Rosendal – Flesland Inland ferry Norway 4 times a week
1 hour 20 minutes
Rødne Fjord Cruise
Ferry Stavanger – Bergen Inland ferry Norway 14 times a week
5 hours 30 minutes
Fjord Line

Ferry ports in Norway

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

Ports
Bergen
Flesland
Kristiansand
Langesund
Larvik
Oslo
Rosendal
Sandefjord
Stavanger

Travel guide Norway

Holiday in Norway

Norway stands for impressive fjords, untouched landscapes, rugged nature and the North Cape. The Scandinavian country also offers its guests picturesque fishing villages, historic town centres, art, culture and a lively capital.


TOP excursion destinations in Norway

Norway’s capital Oslo promises a special mix of tradition, culture and modernity. In Gamlebyen you can stroll through the oldest part of the city, in the harbour district Aker Brygge the promenade pulsates with pure life and from the roof of the futuristic opera house you can enjoy unique sunsets.

The Royal Palace in Oslo is still used as a residence by the Norwegian royal family. It was built in the classicist style and has 173 rooms. During the summer months, the castle can be visited on a guided tour.

Let’s go to Bergen! In the historic Hanseatic quarter of Bryggen, colourful wooden houses await you, at the fish market you’ll find typical local specialities and with the Bergenhus Festning one of the oldest fortifications in Norway.

When Ålesund burned down completely in 1904, a town emerged from the ashes, built entirely in Art Nouveau style. The buildings are richly decorated with towers and ornaments to this day.

Tromsø lies 344 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle. Polar Museum, Ice Sea Cathedral and Polaria Museum are the attractions here. From the top station of the cable car there is a magnificent view over the entire city. The auroras are especially good to see here.

If you travel the 20-kilometre stretch through the Geirangerfjord by ship, you will experience one of the most impressive ship passages in the world. Constant companions: steep cliffs, thundering waterfalls and emerald green water.

What could be more fascinating than watching the aurora borealis in the sky during the dark nights of the winter months? Especially north of the Arctic Circle the chances are good to enjoy this fascinating natural phenomenon.

If you are brave enough to venture to Preikestolen “The Pulpit”, you should be absolutely free from giddiness. The plateau cliff is 25 by 25 metres in size, falls 604 metres vertically into the depths and offers breathtaking views of the Lysefjord.

Norway’s most popular national park is called Jotunheimen. If you believe Norwegian mythology, real giants once lived here. A beautiful performance with all the huge mountains, glaciers, lakes and waterfalls. Norway’s highest mountains are found here.

On Spitsbergen, visitors experience arctic wilderness. The archipelago lies halfway between the Norwegian mainland and the North Pole. Dog sleds, ice caves, midnight sun and the northern lights make for unique experiences here. Polar bears, reindeer and arctic foxes for unforgettable game viewing.


Entry requirements

To enter the popular vacation country, EU citizens need a passport, an identity card or a child’s passport. All travel documents must be valid for the entire duration of stay. A visa is not necessary for a holiday in Norway.


Alternative travel options

Norway has several airports and is easily accessible from Germany. Train connections exist from all Scandinavian countries and the rest of Europe. Those making to way overland by car or bus enter via Denmark and Sweden. ”’ Ferries to Scandinavia


Questions & Answers about the Norway ferry

››› How much do ferries cost in Norway?

Prices are quite different and from greatly on the ferry crossing chosen.

You can easily find out the price by using our connection search.

››› When do ferries go to Norway?

The ferry crossings take place all year round.

››› When should I book my ferry to Norway?

It from on a number of things. As an early booker you secure your ferry ticket early and don’t have to worry about a free place on board.

But you can also try to book last minute and make a bargain. However, the best tickets are usually taken by then.

››› What ferries go to Norway

To Norway you can choose connections from Denmark, Germany, Holland and Sweden. In many cases, this from on your starting point or destination port.

››› Can I take my camper with me?

Yes, it is possible to take motorhomes to all routes to Norway.

Only to domestic connections you should get information in advance whether it is possible to desired ferry connection.


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