Compare ferries from Germany to Norway
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About Germany

Germany is a large nation in west-central Europe, known for its spellbinding landscapes, rich history and iconic cuisine.

Aside from the stereotypical Bavarian culture of beer, sausage and pretzels found in the south, Germany is a hugely diverse country, offering something for everyone. The capital, Berlin has architectural masterpieces, the famous black forest covers the west, whilst the Alps on the southern border offer great skiing spots.

Remnants of the country’s long history can be found almost anywhere, too, whether you’re strolling past the Berlin Wall, touring a World War II museum or marvelling at a medieval hilltop fortress.

With a coastline stretching almost 2,500 kilometres, Germany has a wide selection of ports to choose from. There are numerous ferry routes provided to Scandinavia and the Baltic nations, making it an excellent transport hub for northeast Europe.

About Norway

Norway is the westernmost country on the Scandinavian Peninsula in northern Europe, comprising a mainland, the Svalbard archipelago to the north and the island of Jan Mayen to the west.

A country of countless geological delights, Norway leaves even the most seasoned travellers speechless. Best of all, as one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe, you may even get the deep fjords, vast ice fields, glistening glaciers and mesmerising displays of the Northern Lights all to yourself. Populating these beautiful landscapes are some of the most fascinating and varied animals on the continent; polar bears in Svalbard, Eurasian lynxes, arctic foxes and musk oxen are all common, so be sure to organise a wildlife watching tour. The capital, Oslo, stands on the south coast, boasting internationally acclaimed museums, excellent restaurants and happening nightclubs next to green open spaces and lush forests.

It’s easy to reach Norway by ferry, with numerous port cities and ferry terminals all the way from Bergen on the southwest coast to Oslo in the southeast. Aside from the plentiful domestic routes, there are regular international ferry crossings from Scandinavia and northern Germany, too.

Ferries from Germany to Norway

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