My wife and I are traveling to Copenhagen from Germany. We have rented a car. From the Michelin map, it appears we take the ferry from Puttgarden, Germany. I'm trying to decide the best way to get there. Should we park the car at Puttgarden (and pay a parking fee, I presume), then take a train or bus to Copenhagen? Or do you have to cross over first (with or without the car) and then pick up a train or bus on the other side? Or ferry the car across (I'm thinking not ... AutoEurope advises that cars transported on ferries are not covered while on board or on an island). Has anyone done this? Any advice? What would this cost?
Ferry to Copenhagen from Germany
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