Denmark – it is the real pearl of Scandinavia. Ancient fortresses, interesting excursions on sights of Copenhagen, picturesque lakes, beaches of Danish Riviera, as if toy, cake houses and enormous park of entertainments of Legoland, built from more than 46 million famous blocks. Denmark will surprise the variety – it is here possible to conduct with an identical delight, both summer and winter vacation.
Denmark is washed at once two seas – By a north and Baltic, and plenty of islands is included in her composition, including Greenland. For this reason a water-carriage uses large popularity. So, there are more than 55 ferry routes. Ferriages allow to reach, both to the islands Denmark and to other countries – To Norway, England, Germany, Iceland and Sweden. To book ticket on a ferry more comfortable than all on-line, specifying the transported transport vehicle, if it is present.
Most highly sought routes
Ferry – it is a comfortable and relatively inexpensive method of movement, allowing to travel on the personal transport. Among the most popular directions following.
- Denmark – Norway. There is a direct route Copenhagen – Oslo from a company DFDS, and also voyages of Hirtshals – Bergen, Hirtshals – Stavanger, Hirtshals – Kristiansand et al.
- Denmark – Sweden. Voyages of Helsingor – Helsingborg and Frederikshavn – Gerbor ply every day.
- Denmark – Germany. Ferriages from a ferryman Scandlines are envisaged en-route Rodby – Puttgarden and Gedser – Rostok.
- Denmark – Iceland. Only voyage of Hirtshals – Seydisfjordur from a ferryman Smyril Line plies one time per a week. Time on the way – about 40 hours.
- Denmark – Faroese islands. In a high season two voyages are envisaged in a week from a company Smyril Line, from port of Hirtshals in Torshavn .
At reserving of ticket on a ferry, it is possible additionally to order a comfortable cabin.
Denmark, motherland of famous writer Andersen, and look like a fairy-tale. In spite of small territory, on her plenty of unique cultural and historical monuments is concentrated. For example, in her capital Copenhagen there is not only the Royal residence but also other ancient locks open for a visit (in some from them it is possible even to stay overnight).