​Find the ferry- and cruise terminals

Copenhagen terminal



Dampfærgevej 30,
2100 København Ø

GPS coordinates: Lat: N 55º 42' 4.16" Long: E 12º 35' 43.46"

Getting to the Copenhagen term​​inal

From Copenhagen Airport (via Nørreport Station)

Take the metro from Copenhagen Airport towards Vanløse station. The metro trains run with few minutes intervals every day from terminal 3 at the airport. If you arrive at another terminal at the airport, take a free shuttle bus to terminal 3. It will take you 13 minutes to get to Nørreport Station from the airport.

Metro and train tickets can be bought from ticket machines and from the train ticket sales counters at the airport. Please note that the machines only accept coins and credit cards, not notes. You will need a ticket for 3 zones when travelling to the city center. Read more about the Metro zone system.

Near Nørreport Station (address: Øster Voldgade 2C, 1350 København K), you will find the DFDS transfer bus that will take you to the DFDS terminal. Read more about DFDS transfer bus, and find out how to buy your ticket and see the time table.

From Copenhagen city center

Take the DFDS transfer bus from near Nørreport Station (address: Øster Voldgade 2C, 1350 København K) to the DFDS terminal. Read more.

Getting from the Copenhagen terminal

To Copenhagen Airport (via Nørreport station)

Take the DFDS transfer bus located just outside the terminal to the bus stop near Nørreport Station (address: Øster Voldgade 2C, 1350 København K). Read more about DFDS transfer bus. Go to Nørreport Station and take the Metro towards Copenhagen Airport.

The metro trains run with few minutes intervals every day. It will take you 13 minutes to get to Copenhagen Airport from Nørreport Station.

Metro and train tickets can be bought from ticket machines. Please note that the machines only accept coins and credit cards, not notes. You will need a ticket for 3 zones when travelling to the airport. Read more about the Metro zone system.

To Copenhagen Tivoli (city center)

Take the transfer bus from the DFDS terminal to Copenhagen Tivoli/Axeltorv. The bus are marked "DFDS Tivoli/Axeltorv", and you will find the bus just outside the terminal.

Departure from terminal: 10:15 (CET)
Price: EUR 6/person
Please note: this bus service is available only one way - from the terminal to the city center. Tickets cannot be purchased on the bus so you must buy the ticket when booking online or by contacting customer service. Your DFDS booking confirmation serves as a valid ticket on the bus. Tickets are non-refundable.

Want to order a taxi instead?

You can find taxis just outside both Copenhagen Airport and the DFDS terminal. Otherwise, you can always order a taxi on (+45) 35 35 35 35.

The route between Copenhagen Airport and DFDS terminal takes around 30 minutes. It takes around 20 minutes to go by taxi to the city center from the airport. It takes around 10 minutes to go by taxy to the city center from the DFDS terminal.

Oslo terminal



Akershusstranda 31, Skur 42 (Vippetangen)
0150 Oslo​, Norway

Getting to and from the Oslo terminal

The Oslo terminal is located in the city center. The cruise terminal connects Oslo, the capital of Norway with Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark when travelling on the Copenhagen-Oslo cruise route.

From Oslo terminal to city center 

By bus

Bus No. 60 departs from the DFDS terminal, at Vippetangen, to the city centre, approximately every 20 minutes.

From Oslo city center to terminal

By bus

Take bus 60 from Oslo S to Vippetangen. Bus 60 stops outside “Jernbanetorvets Apotek” – the Central Station's pharmacy, opposite to the entrance of the shopping mall “Byporten.” 
Bus 60 departs approximately every 20 minutes and it takes about 5 minutes to the terminal at Vippetangen.
Please note: Get off at “Fiskehallen,” which is the last stop.​

By foot

If you choose to walk to the terminal, turn left when facing Karl Johan street and walk towards “Havnelageret” which is a large pink building. Cross over the E18 after approximately 150 metres, by using one of the crossing walkway bridges. From the bridge you will to see our cruise ferry, and the signs marked with “Gangvei til fergene” / “Walkway towards the ships”.

If you are situated in the area of Akerbrygge, follow the seaside road that leads around the large fortress.
Both walks take around 15 - 20 minutes.

Want to order a taxi instead?

Local taxis can be ordered on telephone: +47​ 023 23 (Oslo Taxi) and +47 080 00 (Norges Taxi)

Amsterdam IJmuiden terminal


The terminal in Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) is located in the suburb Ijmuiden, located on the outskirts of Amsterdam. 
The terminal is ideally located close to Amsterdam's excellent motorways, making it the ideal gateway into Europe, especially from Scotland and the Northeast of England. ​


Felison terminal
Sluisplein 33
1975 AG Ijmuiden, Holland

Getting to the terminal

By car

When you’re on the A9 coming from Amsterdam, Den Haag, Haarlem, or Alkmaar you take the turn to Ijmuiden. Then drive next to the channel and go right on the ‘Pontplein’ so you still drive with the channel on your right. Drive through, under the viaduct and at the roundabout go right. Now you’re driving on the ‘Halkade’, follow this road until you arrive at the Felison Terminal. ​

By bus

In co-operation with a local coach firm, DFDS provides a connecting coach service between the terminal, Felison Terminal, IJmuiden, and the Central Railway Station in Amsterdam. On days of departure coaches leave the central station between 15.00 and 16.00. ​See more information about the transfer bus here

Train connections

Train services are a less convenient method of transport for getting to Amsterdam city center. The nearest Train station is Haarlem Central - you can reach this station by bus from IJmuiden. First take bus ‘74’ to ‘Plein 1945’ and then at this point take bus ‘75’ to ‘Haarlem Centraal’. For more details on train travel in Holland see more here. ​

Want to order a taxi instead?

As Ijmuiden is a small village there are not many taxis, so it is best to order taxis in advance on 0031 (0) 251314422 (Act Taxi) or 0031 (0) 255 513838 (Taxi Tervoort).

Please note: Taxi journeys are rather expensive in Holland - a taxi from the port into Central Amsterdam costs around €60 each way. 

Newcastle terminal


Terminal address

International Passenger Terminal
Royal Quays
North Shields
Tyne & Wear
NE29 6EE​

Getting to the terminal

By car

From Newcastle City Center, take A1 towards Morpeth and then A19 towards the Tyne Tunnel. On approach to the Tunnel, follow the International Ferry symbol onto the A187 towards North Shields. Continue along this road to the roundabout, take the second exit to the International Ferry Terminal, Royal Quays.

From the North: Head for the Tyne Tunnel via the A19, then follow the directions as above.

From the South: Approach via A19 towards the Tyne Tunnel. Once through the Tunnel, join the A187 and proceed as above. Please Note: Drivers approaching from the South should allow extra time during the summer months when the tunnel can be extremely busy. 

By bus

Newcastle Central Station is about 20 minutes by bus from the port. A DFDS transfer bus leaves from Newcastle Bewick Street (opposite Central Station) before each sailing. 

There are two DFDS bus departures for each sailing; The first departure is at 14:45 and the second 15:45, one hour 15 minutes before departure. Pre-purchase a bus ticket online when booking your cruise, or when you board.
See more information about transfer bus here

By metro

There are 60 Metro stations throughout Tyne & Wear including Newcastle City Centre and Newcastle Central Station. Take the yellow line to Percy Main station. The terminal is a 15-20 minute walk. Do not alight at North Shields as this is not the nearest station. Visit the Metro website for further information and timetables. 

Train connections

With regular train services from major cities across the UK, Newcastle is within easy reach. For train times and fares please visit Nationalrail here

Want to order a taxi instead?

You can book a taxi online with DFDS preferred taxi provider East Coast Taxis here.

Car Parking

The car park at North Shields is operated by Port of Tyne. On arrival, follow the signs for the secure car park, which is located on the right hand side as you drive down the road. From here the International Passenger Terminal is only a short walk. If you need to drop people and luggage off first, do this directly outside the terminal before entering the car park. ​

Dover terminal


The Dover Eastern Docks is one of the busiest ferry docks in the world and is very easy to find and to get to. Please note that DFDS does not accept foot passengers on the Dover-Dunkirk route.


New Channel Company A/S
Dover Eastern Docks
Dover, Kent CT16 1JA​​
GPS coordinates : 51º07.588N 001º19.624E.

Getting to the terminal

By car
Situated at the end of the A2 main road from London and close by the main M20 motorway from London, access to the terminal is clearly signposted on your arrival at Dover.

The terminal at Dover is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. On arrival at the terminal just follow the signs through frontier control and then follow the signs for DFDS  check in booths.
If you arrive without buying a ticket in advance, you still need to go through passport control. Please note that we do not accept foot passengers on the Dover-Dunkirk route.

Dart Charge – New payment arrangements at the Dartford Tunnel​​

Payment for the Dartford Tunnel can no longer be paid on arr​ival at the crossing.
For more information to pay for Dart Charge or to use this service see here 

Dunkirk terminal


Dunkirk terminal address

Roulier du Port Ouest,Port 5770
F-59279 Loon-Plage

GPS coordinates: 51º01.261N 002º11.868E.

Getting to Dunkirk terminal

By car

From A25 Lille: Join the A16, direction Calais. From A16 Dunkerque/Belgium: Take exit 53 (24). Follow signs ‘Port Rapide/Car Ferry’. From St Omer: The D600 crosses the A16 direct to the Terminal.
From Dunkerque Centre: Follow​ signs for Calais - either A16 to exit 53 (24) or on RN1 follow signs to ‘Loon Plage/Car Ferry’.​​

Calais terminal



DFDS Car Ferry Terminal
62100 Calais

Getting to the Calais terminal

By car 

The Port of Calais is directly connected to the European motorway network via two auto routes:The A26/E15 serves the center of France and provides access to Paris and Southern Europe.
​The A16/E40 feeds into the Benelux and Northern Europe motorway systems and the A16/E402 to Boulogne and Normandy.

Car parking

There is a free of charge public car park in front of the Terminal building (Calais). ​Please advise that this is an unsecured car park and owners leave their vehicles there at their own risk. Cars can be parked near ticket office as there are staff in this area 24 hours a day ​

Dieppe terminal


Connected to Paris and other major cities in France, Dieppe ferry port is popular for holiday makers. Dieppe is a historic city offering visitors a wide range of entertainment and leisure activities. 


Dieppe Ferry Port, 7
Quai Gaston Lalitte
76200 Dieppe. ​

GPS coordinates: 49.93363, 1.08805.

Getting to the terminal

By car 

Dieppe is only 121 miles northwest of Paris and 41 miles from Rouen. Follow the directions from Rouen city centre along the left bank of the River Seine out of the city and onto the N27. Upon crossing the A29 Motorway, follow the directions on the N27 towards Dieppe. The ferry terminal is well sign-posted from the edge of the town.

By bus

Regular bus services are operated from Dieppe to other major French towns and cities.
A shuttle bus operates between Dieppe ferry terminal, town centre and train station for a €2 fare (timetable includes Sundays & public holidays, shuttle bus only available during high season).
Monday to Sunday:
- Departure from the ferry terminal at 15.00
- Departure from the train station either at 16.00 or 17.00 depending on the day

By rail

The SNCF train station is located in the center of the town. Upon exiting the station, follow the road straight ahead with the quay on your right. Turn right at the Tourist Information Centre over 2 bridges and follow the harbour wall to your left. The Transmanche Ferry terminal is 500 yards away. ​

Newhaven terminal

Above map points out the Newhaven terminal

Newhaven terminal

Newhaven is the closest port to London, located on the south coast of England, at the mouth of the river Ouse. Newhaven ferry port is the easiest and closest link to Dieppe in France.

Terminal address 

Newhaven Ferry Port
Railway Approach​
Newhaven, East Sussex. BN9 0DF.
GPS coordinates: 50.793457, 0.053204.

Getting to the terminal by car 

Only 64 miles from London, 10 miles east of Brighton, or 15 miles west of Eastbourne. If travelling from Brighton, travel east along the A27 past Lewes and take the A26 to Newhaven. Once in Newhaven follow the signs to Newhaven Ferry Port.

Car parking

Both short-term and long-term parking facilities are available at the Newhaven Ferry Port.
For further information about the car parking facilities available, please call +44 (0) 844 576 8836

By Bus

Regular buses (operated by South Coast Buses / Brighton & Hove) arrive and depart daily from Brighton, Peacehaven, Seaford, Bexhill, Folkestone, Dover, Rye, and Hastings. National Express also operates a regular coach service to and from Newhaven.

By Train

The train station is only yards from the terminal. Trains from Seaford and Lewes/Brighton, and national services run frequently between London and Newhaven.​

Kiel terminal


Terminal address

DFDS Seaways Baltic GmbH
Ostuferhafen 15
24149 Kiel, Germany​

Getting to the terminal by car

Coming from the direction of Hamburg

Drive towards Flensburg via highway A7. At the highway triangle Bordesholm, from A7 head towards A215 Blumenthal/Kiel. Follow the road signs for Ostuferhafen/Klaipėda to exit highway A215. From this point on, follow the road signs.

Coming from the direction of Flensburg

Drive towards Hamburg via highway A7. At the highway crossroad Rendsburg, from A7 head towards A210 Kiel/Bredenbek. At the highway crossroad Kiel-West, turn from A210 towards A215. Follow the road signs of Ostuferhafen/Klaipėda to exit highway A215. From this point on, follow the road signs.

Getting to the terminal by train
Head for the central railway station in Kiel, take the number 11 going toward Dietrichsdorf and get off at the Grenzstrasse bus stop. You can then take a taxi from the central station to Ostuferhafen which will cost approximately 12.00 Euro.

Check in

Check in opens 3 hours before scheduled departure and all passengers must be check in in 1 hour before departure.  ​​

Klaipeda terminal



Central Klaipeda Terminal (CKT)
Baltijos pr. 40
Klaipėda 93239
GPS coordinates: Lat: N55° 41’03” Long: E21° 08’40”

Karlshamn terminal


Above map points out the Karlshamn terminal​​

Karlshamn terminal

Ter​minal address 

Södra Stillerydsvägen 116
374 93 Karlshamn

Getting to the terminal by car 

​Drive towards Karlshamn West (Västra), Karlshamn’s ports (Hamnar).Turn off right on the first roundabout, continue 1.2 km. Turn off left (to Södra Stillerydsvägen), continue 1.2 km. The terminal building is in front of you. Passenger check-in is on the second floor.

Getting to the terminal by taxi​

A taxi from Karlshamns station to the ferry port costing approx. 100 SEK.
Simply call a taxi using the free phone in the station building. 

Check in

Sailings from Karlshamn depart at 18 and check in at Karlshamn Hamn opens at 15.
All passengers must be checked in by 17.

Customer service

Opening hours: Monday - Friday: 08.00-16.30    ​
Phone: +46 454 33680 ​
E-mail: pax@dfds.com​​​ ​

Kapellskär (Stockholm) terminal

Above map points out the Kapellskär terminal

Kapellskär (Stockholm) terminal ​

Terminal address​

Kapellskärs hamn 
DFDS Seaways AB 
Kapellskärs hamn 
76015 Gräddö 

GPS: N 58°45,195 ; E 17°00,553' 

Getting to the Kapellskär terminal - By car

Located about 90 km north of the capital, Stockholm, Kapellskär terminal is conveniently located. ​
From Sto​​ckholm, take the E18 to Kapellskar.
From Uppsala take the E4, then take road 77 to Norrtälje, Follow road E18 to Kapellskar.​​

Check in​ information

Check-in opens 3 hours prior to departure and closes 90 minutes before sailing.
When travelling to the port, please allow adequate time in order to complete the check-in process. A minimum of 90 minutes prior to the sailing departure time for our ferry crossings on Baltic Sea routes.​​​

Terminal parking 

​Parking at the port which can be booked on arrival at the Terminal Building for a cost of  €​7.50 a day.​

Customer service

Opening hours: Monday - Friday: 08.00-16.30    ​
Phone: +46 454 33680 ​
E-mail: pax@dfds.com​​

Paldiski terminal


Above map points out the Paldiski terminal 

​Paldiski terminal 

Terminal address:

Northern Port of Paldiski 
Peetri 11 
76805 Paldiski
GPS: N 59°20,847' ; E 24°03,467E​​' 

Getting to the terminal 

The Port of Paldiski is on the Pakri peninsula, which is around 45 kilometers west of Tallinn.
When travelling to the port follow the signs for Paldiski.
Situated in a peninsula of north-western Estonia, the port in Paldiski connects Estonia to Sweden, providing access to both Scandinavia and the Baltic region. 

Check In

Check-in opens 3 hours prior to departure and closes 90 minutes before sailing. When travelling to the port, please allow adequate time in order to complete the check-in process. A minimum of 90 minutes prior to the sailing departure time for our ferry crossings on our Baltic Sea routes.​