My partner and I are currently in Stockholm and have just booked accommodation in Skagen. There seem to be a number of train/bus/ferry/combinations that we can take in order to get there, and I was wondering if anyone knew of the best way? By best, I mean the cheapest and quickest, but mostly cheapest. I have found perhaps the best way to be a train from Stockholm to Goteburg, a ferry to FredrIkshavn, then a bus or train to Skagen. Any info would be greatly appreciated :)
Hi! We will be based near Copenhagen and, for the week that we will be there, we can choose to either drive to Goteborg to see some friends or drive to Skagen which I was told is an awesome sight to behold. Is there any way that, when we are in Goteborg, to take a ferry across the channel to (quickly) get to Skagen and back to Goteborg within a day? I just want to see the two seas crashing together. Thank you for your insight.
The buses from Skagen to Grenen are available in November or only during the summer season?
we are 5 students and we are going to Skagen with bike and for camping.
I just want to know where can we camp and shall we pay ? and if you introduce some where and it was rainy is there anywhere around to jump there and run away from rain ? please give me any information which you think I may need to know :)
thanks for the replies to my other question.. here's the next: what's the best/cheapest way to get to skagen from copenhagen? skagen isnt on a stop for the eurail (at least not according to what i know) but is there some train that goes there ?
hi, my friend and i want to spend about 5 days at skagen, but the only hostel we could find info about costs around 500kroner (100dollars, about) per night! Which is crazy. So, if anyone could tell me anything about reasonably priced accomodations in skagen, that would be wonderful. (ie, we are poor students)
Thank you, Boggild and Sjalen, for the replies. Besides Stena, what other company services are available for ferry (vehicle) between Frederikshavn to Goteborg please ? If you know of an english website for these companies, please include them in your reply. Most Appreciated * Sham.
Am planning a trip to Skagen =) I understand that 'Sandormen' services are closed during winter and that tis a long walk to the edge of Grenen. But suppose, we wanna walk (or drive our vehicle) to the edge of Grenen, would anyone know if we are allowed to do so ? Thank you. *Sham
The wagon taking people to Skagerak is called "Sandormen" . Could someone please tell me, what that word means ?