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    The Stena line has a car ferry:
    http://www.stenaline.nl/en-GB-nl/crossings/frederikshavn-gothenburg
    But there's also a road with a spectacular bridge and tunnel - takes about 3 hours:
    Have a look - http://www.harwichesbjerg.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Oresund-Bridge-between-Denmark-and-Sweden-300x248.jpg
    and check out our Denmark travel safety tips too
    http://safety.worldnomads.com/denmark
    Phil at the safety hub about 4 years ago

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    The Stena Line ferry Gothenburg-Fredrikhavn is totally useless in this case, it will just increase your driving distance minimum 160 km/100 miles and your time use equally.

    You should use road E6/E20 + the Øresund brigde mentioned or the ferry Helsingborg-Helsingør, and I'll recommend the ferry. The ferry costs about 2.5 EUR/3.5 USD more than the bridge toll (ordinary car), but will also make your driving distance about 60 km/35 miles shorter. From early morning (5.00 am) to late night (1.00 am) there is a ferry leaving minimum every 30 minutes. Crossing time is 15 minutes and you just by a ticket in the harbour 20 minutes prior to departure. about 4 years ago

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