Ferries To Norway: 249 Ferry Crossings From 35 Ports

Are you looking to travel to Norway? Then look no further as ferries are the perfect way to get there. Whether you are traveling for business or leisure, ferries are the ultimate way to get to Norway in style and comfort.
Traveling to Norway by ferry is popular among visitors from all over the world for many reasons. Firstly, the main advantage is that travelers can take their vehicles or bicycles with them on board, making it easier to explore Norway. Secondly, the scenery is beautiful, especially when navigating Norway’s many islands and fjords. Lastly, travelers can use the ferry to take in the nightlife of Norway’s bustling cultural cities without having to pay a premium for airfare.
When it comes to which route to choose, there are many ferries that connect Norway with mainland Europe, and many of these options are easily accessible. For example, the popular Swedish ferry Baltic Sea Travel is available from Trelleborg in Sweden and takes approximately six hours to reach Norway’s largest port city, Oslo. This direct route is a perfect option for those who are looking to explore Norway whilst also enjoying the comfort of a car ferry.
Traveling from Denmark, travelers can choose from the Fjord Line Ferry which runs from Frederikshavn to Larvik. Alternatively, passengers can sail from Denmark to Bergen in Norway in just over 12 hours with Color Line. On board the Color Line, passengers can enjoy a range of services including restaurants, lounge areas, and bars as well as duty-free shopping, ensuring a comfortable journey to Norway.
Another popular ferry route to Norway is from the UK. Ferries departures from the UK depart from Newcastle and take around 22 hours to make the journey to Bergen in Norway. Passengers are presented with a menu of onboard facilities including cabins, a bar, a restaurant, a cinema, kids entertainment, free Wi-Fi, and lounge areas.
No matter which route you pick, ferries to Norway offer an unforgettable journey. On-board you can relax with your friends or family, enjoy the sights and sounds of the great outdoors, or explore the many islands and fjords that make Norway so unique. So why not make the most of this opportunity and book your ferry to Norway today?

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Ferries to Norway

Norway Ferry Schedules & Timetables

Ferries to and from Norway have direct ferry connections with Denmark, Germany, Holland and Sweden.

There are approximately 137 daily sailings to Norway. 5 ferry companies offer sailings to and from Norway. Ferry Timetables can change throughout the year, use our deal finder for the most up to date sailing times. The fastest ferry to Norway is via the Hirtshals Kristiansand ferry route.

Norway Ferry Companies

Ports of Norway

  • Fjord Line
  • DFDS Seaways
  • Color Line
  • Norled
  • Holland Norway Lines

There are 28 ports in Norway. Oslo port is the most popular with 3 daily sailings, connecting with 3 ferry ports.

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