Looking to travel after 29 September?
We are very sad to announce that this route will close from 29 September 2014. You can still access Scandinavia using our other routes. Find out more and read more about the wonderful places you can stop off en route.
Onboard our cruise ferries
Travelling by ferry means you can travel with your vehicle; it also means you can enjoy a relaxing stress-free journey to Scandinavia. Enjoy the restaurants, bar, live music and shop and children will enjoy the play area and games room.
Have a good night’s sleep in your en suite cabin and arrive refreshed and ready for your Scandinavian adventure. Onboard facilities
After arriving in Esbjerg on Denmark's west coast, you'll have easy access to the rest of Denmark along with the rest of Scandinavia and beyond. Take the road south into Germany which is just 98 miles from port, whilst Sweden lies around 200 miles east. It takes under three hours to reach Copenhagen, with Malmö and Sweden just 29 miles away, over the Øresund Bridge.
Should you wish, you can even take a ferry from Copenhagen to Oslo. Continue your journey in your own vehicle, enjoying another relaxing overnight cruise before setting out across Norway.
Denmark is a beautiful country to visit. The scenic Marguerite driving route was created specifically to show tourists the best of Denmark, with hundreds of exciting destinations and attractions en route.
There's also vibrant Copenhagen, full of unique attractions including Tivoli Gardens, the Little Mermaid in the harbour and Amalienborg Palace. Visit our Denmark travel guide
Sweden is perfect for lovers of the outdoors with lush forests and woodland, lakes and mountains to the north. There's ample opportunity for skiing, climbing, fishing and watersports, whilst Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö have a charm unlike other major cities.
Visit the country's largest botanical garden in Gothenburg, Malmöhus Castle or the many art galleries in Malmö, or palaces, museums and galleries in Stockholm. Visit our Sweden travel guide
Norway is also home to vast expanses of stunning countryside including stunning fjords, mountain ranges and vast plateaus. Head for Bergen to discover the fjords and see the world's largest wild reindeer herd at Hardangervidda National Park.
If you'd like to discover Norway's rich history and culture, visit Oslo for the Viking Ship Museum, Akershus Castle and the Edvard Munch Museum. Visit our Norway travel guide
Germany lies a short drive south of our port in Esbjerg, and is perfect for a relaxing driving holiday with its charming towns and villages home to traditional brick gothic architecture as well as urban centres such as Kiel, Bremen and Hamburg.
The Wadden Sea National Park lies just off the rugged North Sea coastline and offers outstanding views of thousands of migrating birds. Visit our Germany travel guide
Onward ferry connections
Our ferry routes link the UK to Scandinavia and beyond. With a range of routes, we make it possible to take your own vehicle as far as the Baltic region and Poland. Our ports in Kiel, Karlshamn and Klaipeda link Germany, Sweden and Lithuania, whilst our Copenhagen to Oslo route provides access north. Wherever you'd like to visit in Europe or Scandinavia, you'll find it easy and convenient to travel with DFDS Seaways.
Our holiday partners
We've teamed up with a number of partners to give you the perfect holiday. No matter your destination, budget or travel plans, our varied travel partners offer quality accommodation in popular locations. View our holiday partner's