Helsingborg to Helsingor Ferry
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Helsingborg Ferry Port is located on the Öresund sound, in Skåne County in the Southern most part of Sweden. Öresund sound is a narrow strait that separates Sweden from Denmark. Helsingborg ferry port is one of the Europe's largest and busiest ports.
Its location on the door step of the Baltic Sea has played an important role in its development through the years. The Öresund sound offers an ice free navigable harbour throughout the year making it one of the easily accessible ports.
Helsingborg is popularly known as the pearl of the Oresund. It is a beautiful waterfront town with a lot to offer. Helsingborg has a rich cultural life with a lot of historical attractions.
Some of them are Kärnan, a medieval tower built as a defence tower around the 12th century, the stately Manor house and parklands of Sofiero, the splendid Kullaberg nature reserve with rich and varied flora rises 188m above the sea level.
Helsingborg is a contemporary snapshot of Sweden with many nightclubs and discos, theatres, famous jazz clubs and concerts etc along with some of the finest restaurants along the waterfront walks.
There are some excellent shopping facilities on the pedestrian streets of picturesque Helsingborg. If you prefer some outdoor activities, then why not try the fishing tours or diving and surfing in the Öresund or simply relax on the lovely beaches in Helsingborg.
Helsingor (also known as Elsinore) is a gateway from Denmark to Sweden but is also worth visiting in its own right. Situated in the island of Zealand in Denmark, it has about 50,000 residents. There are plenty of hotels, bars and restaurants to choose from if staying a few days. The town dates from the middle ages. Shakespeare fans will know Helsingor from Hamlet and should head to the large and majestic Kronborg Castle. In Hamlet, Shakespeare called Kronborg Castle Elsinore, however, whether he visited is not known.
Opposite the castle you will find the Culture Harbour of Kronborg where you can find a marine museum and an exhibition dedicated to ship-building.