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Strömstad — a small historic town in western Sweden, located on the shore of the Skagerrak Strait near the Norwegian border. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the city was often the scene of Danish-Swedish wars, in which Norway was periodically involved. Since the late 18th century, after the discovery of medicinal springs Strömstad became a popular resort.
The Stromstad-Sandefjord (Norway) international ferry line is operated by two companies — Clolor Line and Fijord Line. The crossing takes less than 3 hours, each company makes 2 trips a day in the afternoon and evening. The cost of crossing for 1 passenger on Clolor Line ferries with economy class fare starts from 4 euros, for a couple with a car no longer than 5 meters the price of the ticket starts from 22 euros. The company Fijord Line offers only flexible fares and the cost of crossing one passenger will start from 13 euros, the cost of crossing a couple with a car up to 5 m in length will start from 29 euros.
Fijord Line offers only flexible fares and the cost of crossing one passenger will start from 13 euros.
The ferries offer accommodation in comfortable cabins, there are cafes, restaurants, stores, playgrounds on board. Both companies offer to choose the menu in advance in one of the restaurants on board. The cost of the menu starts from 18-20 euros, booking at the time of purchase of the ticket is welcomed, the discount on lunch can be up to 20%.
The port of Stromstad consists of two sections. Ferries of local lines connecting the city with the nearest islands depart from the pier in the center of the city. The international lines' ferry pier is on the outskirts of the city, and there are shipping company offices, a bus stop and a train station near the pier. The access roads to the pier are excellent, and there is a large parking lot nearby. There is a bar and restaurant near the parking lot, small hotels, a medical center and an art gallery near the port.
The closest international airports to Stromstad — Sannefjord in Norway (about 130 km), much further is Copenhagen airport — over 450 km. It takes a little over 5 hours to get to Stromstad by train from Stockholm, the train goes directly to the port.
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