Jutland has two main international ferry ports. Esbjerg has overnight ferries to/from Britain. The train station is at the end of Skolegade, and, at no. 33, you’ll find the tourist office.

Frederikshavn, in the far north of the region, has express ferries to Sweden and Norway. Its ferry terminal is near Havnepladsen, not far from the centre, while all buses and most trains terminate at the central train station, a short walk from the town centre; some trains continue to the ferry terminal itself. The tourist office is close by at Skandiatorv 1.

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