Mini Cruise Oslo

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The overnight mini-cruise that runs from Copenhagen to Oslo is a relaxing way to get between Nordic capitals. The DFDS car ferry that makes the journey is equipped with multiple restaurants, bars and even a night club, to entertain travellers on their journey over. There is even a small swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna below deck. There are rooms of several different class - all ensuite - from bunk beds to double beds to Commodore Class with a balcony. Departure from Copenhagen is late afternoon - around 16:00, and arrival in Oslo is breakfast time the following day. The buffet breakfast gives travellers a good start for the day. Upon arrival in the centre of Oslo, you can either spend the day exploring on foot, or opt for one of the recommendable bus tours that provides visits to the ski-jump and famous sculpture park. Oslo is very pedestrian friendly for those wishing to explore the harbour front, shops and royal palace. The boat departs again in the late afternoon and arrives in Copenhagen the next day at breakfast time. The cost of the trip can vary greatly depending on cabin class and time of year. Out of season winter travels can be extremely affordable. During the summer months, the cruise from Copenhagen and past Sweden can be highly enjoyable - especially with the outdoor seating, bars on deck, and the fact that it can be light until past 23:00.
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  • 2150 Nordhavnen, Denmark
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    Standard 155.00 - 600.00 EUR
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    Rainy day
    Family friendly

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