Frederikshavn Ferry Port
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This Danish port is a small city in the north of Denmark. Although there is not much activity here, it is approximately 50 miles away from the city of Aalborg, which is a city great for shopping, eating out or just relaxing and enjoying the friendly Danish atmosphere.
In Frederikshavn, there is however the extraordinary 'Palm Beach'; an artificial beach lined with 100 palm trees and a place where many locals like to have barbeques and beach parties in the summer months! If that is not your thing, the Krudttarnet is a very interesting museum with many historic artefacts.
Færgehavnsvej, Travikhavnen, DK-9900 Frederikshavn, Denmark
27 Jul 2019Good travel experience
I really enjoyed the good food, good band, and good black jack.
Review by RAY TAM
05 May 2019Not up to usual Stena standard
Check in for non-goods vehicles started more than 30 minutes later then stated start time. As it is mostly heavy trucks the non-commercial traffic has to wait until last to get aboard. Also because it is stern loading and unloading only it takes a great deal of time to get the vehicles loaded. On board there was only a limited variety of food. The premium lounge was worth the extra cost to get a comfortable seat. This review is only about this trip. Other journeys with Stena have been much better.
Review by Anon