Ferry to Denmark

Ferry to DenmarkThinking about travelling to Denmark? Then a ferry to Denmark might be a good option If you are then make sure that you use our site here at FerryEasy so that you can get the best price that’s on the market. We compare the prices of all major ferry operators and tell you within seconds what’s the cheapest price out there. Ports in Denmark include Esbjerg, Copenhagen and Hirtshals.

We make booking a ferry to Denmark as simple as possible since we know that nobody likes spending too long trying to get a reasonable price. The only work that you’ve got to do is enter the dates that you want to travel, whether you’ll be bring a car with you etc. and then we’ll get a list of prices from all the big operators such as Stena Line and DFDS Seaways.

The Scandinavian country of Denmark is situated close to Germany, Norway and Sweden and not so long ago surveys showed that it was the happiest place to live in the entire world! It’s a country that suits both families and people that just want to go out and explore the wonderful history of the country. For families we’d recommend visiting Legoland which is located in Jutland – it’s really a must see!

Once you enter in your details here on our site you’ll probably notice that there are a number of different companies that offer ferries to Denmark so it’s always a good idea to see which one suits your needs the best. For example, some companies only travel once a day while others travel several times each day.

Cheap ferry to Denmark

Special offers on ferries to Denmark often pop up now and again too so if you don’t find what you’re looking for today don’t give up, keep checking back every now and again since prices change regularly. When we compare ferry prices for you we also check for special offers so you don’t actually have to go to each site and enter in your details to see if there are any sales on the route that you want to travel.

At the moment the only port that you can travel from in the UK to get a ferry to Denmark is Harwich but that could change very soon. What most people do is travel from Harwich to Esbjerg and then travel from Esbjerg to somewhere else like Torshavn (the capital of the Faroe Islands). Harwich to Esbjerg takes around 18 hours or so which doesn’t feel like too long if you’re staying on a nice ferry.

As you can see, FerryEasy makes booking a ferry to Denmark so much easier than it ever was before so why not give it a shot? Within a minute or so you could grab yourself a bargain and have some more money to spend while you’re over in Denmark enjoying yourself.