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Closer than you think

Getting to the Faroe Islands is easy. Despite it’s seemingly remote location, the Faroe Islands is much closer than you might think.

The islands are just a two to three hour flight from continental Europe. The national airline, Atlantic Airways, operates from the UK, Iceland, Norway and Denmark to the Faroese airport in Vágar. There are several daily flights from Copenhagen with Atlantic Airways. Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) also fly to the Faroe Islands, once a day from Copenhagen (starting 26 March, 2017).

Smyril Line’s ferry, M/S Norröna, sails to the Faroe Islands from Hirtshals in the north of Denmark and from Seyðisfjørður in Iceland. Frequency of departures varies according to season.

 

Read more about getting to the Faroe Islands

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