Denmark gives visitors are lot of options whether they prefer sunning it up on the beach, walking round fairytale-esque castles or visiting charming little villages. Given that is surrounded by sea, ferries are a popular method of transport for people planning to enjoy this captivating Scandinavian hotspot. It is good news for British tourists however as there are plenty of boasts in between Danish and English ports.
The port in the capital city of Copenhagen is Denmark’s most famous and you are given plenty of destinations to choose from if you are planning to use ferries to visit other top European countries on the same holiday. From Copenhagen, you can visit numerous cities in Poland, Sweden and Norway.
For lovers of ferries, Tórshavn is another popular stop-off point and, as well as being the popular capital of the Faroe Islands, is a conveniently located city in between Iceland, the UK and Norway. Smyril Lines and Eimskip are two of the companies in operation from Tórshavn and it is possible to get a ticket onboard their ships with a choice of times to pick from.
Although not the most familiar place to many of us, the western Danish city of Esbjerg is a popular stop-off point for thousands of UK tourists every year who get off ferries which have come from the port in Harwich. From Harwich, you have three different times to pick from and the journey is completed in less than 18 hours.
Although Esbjerg and Copenhagen have popular ports, their modernity pales in comparison to The Port of Hanstholm which has recently been revamped and offers regular ferries between Norway, the Faroes Islands, Iceland and the Shetland Islands. If you hope to visit a place which is full of history yet also has golden beaches for you to relax on, look into the possibility of going to Denmark aboard an enjoyable ferry.