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Germany Ferry ticket reservations, ferry timetables and passenger information for Germany Ferries sailing to and from Rostock, Kiel, Puttgarden, Sassnitz, Ystad and Travemunde with regular scheduled passenger and freight services that are operated by Finnlines, Scandlines, Stena Line, Tallink Silja, TT Line, DFDS Seaways and Unity Ferry Line .

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If are travelling to Rostock, Kiel, Puttgarden, Sassnitz, Ystad and Travemunde with regular scheduled passenger and freight services that are operated by Finnlines, Scandlines, Stena Line, Tallink Silja, TT Line, DFDS Seaways and Unity Ferry Line then book a ferry crossing with Germany Ferry and arrive at your destination refreshed, relaxed and happy.

Germany Ferries offers fantastic fares to and from Rostock, Kiel, Puttgarden, Sassnitz, Ystad and Travemunde with regular scheduled passenger and freight services that are operated by Finnlines, Scandlines, Stena Line, Tallink Silja, TT Line, DFDS Seaways and Unity Ferry Line ferry ports.

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More About Germany Ferries

Germany's direct sea connections are mostly with the Scandinavian countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden). There is only a direct ferry route from Harwich in the UK to Esbjerg, in Denmark.

Esbjerg connects by bus or train with Hamburg which is 169 miles away. Taking a car ferry from the UK to Scandinavia and then to northern Germany is a leisurely travel option.

Denmark-Germany Ferry

Scandlines operates car ferries from Gedser (100 km south of Copenhagen) in Denmark to Rostock in Germany. There are at least 8 sailings a day for the 2 hour journey.

There are also routes from Rodby (Denmark) to Puttgarten (Germany). There is a frequent service every half hour or forty minutes for the 45-minute crossing.

 

German Landscape

Sweden-Germany Ferry

Scandlines operates car ferries from Trelleborg (27 km south of Malmo) in Sweden to Rostock in Germany. There are at least 1 or 2 sailings a day for the approximately 6 hour / 6 hour 30 min. journey.

Scandlines also operates a Trelleborg to Sassnitz route with multiple ferry sailings daily on the approximately four hour crossing.

TT-Line operates car ferries from Trelleborg, Sweden to Rostock, Germany. There are at least 1 or 2 sailings and up to four sailings daily for the approximately 5 hour 30 min. journey by day (add an 90 mins for a night crossing).

TT-Line also operates a Trelleborg, Sweden to Travemünde (near Lübeck), Germany route with multiple ferry sailings daily on the approximately seven hour crossing.

Stena Line operates overnight car ferries from Gothenburg (Sweden) to Kiel (Germany). The journey takes approximately 14 hours.

 

Popular Tourist Destinations and Attractions in Germany

Berlin is the political and cultural heart of Germany. Classical musical institutions along with fine museums and art galleries have long been a part of the city's history.

  • Gendarmenmarkt
  • Dahlem Museums
  • Pergamon Museum
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Zoological Gardens

Frankfurt is a commercial, financial, and transportation hub in Germany. Modern high-rises reflect post war development while the restored Old Town still attracts tourists.

  • Zoo
  • Museum District
  • Ostzeile
  • Cathedral
  • Römerberg

Munich. The centuries old city of Munich is a mix of old and new, where various architectural styles co-exist. The vibrant cultural scene is often compared to that of Berlin.

  • Asam Church
  • German Museum
  • Marien Square
  • New Town Hall
  • Hellabrunn Zoo

Hamburg. Tour the Hamburg Speicherstadt with the old brick-built warehouses that line the waterfront. Then wander through the museums and galleries of this splendid port city.

  • Port
  • Reeperbahn
  • Inner Alster
  • Wallringpark
  • Altonaer Museum

Cologne grew up around the landmark cathedral that still exits and is today an important university town. Architectural treasures abound with old churches, museums, and halls.

  • Cologne Cathedral
  • Roman-Germanic Museum
  • Wallraf-Richartz Museum and Ludwig Museum
  • Köln - Phantasialand
  • Deutz

Dusseldorf with wide streets, boutiques, parks, and gardens characterize Dusseldorf. The city is today closely associated with fashion, art, architecture, culture, and commerce.

  • Ehrenhof
  • Nordpark
  • Old Town
  • Hofgarten
  • Königsallee

Stuttgart for shopping, dining, museums, and parks await visitors in Stuttgart. Historic buildings line the valley and steep streets lead to the homes built on the surrounding hills.

  • State Gallery
  • Old Palace
  • Schlossplatz
  • Hauptbahnhof
  • Schillerplatz

 

Germany is a tourist country of inexhaustible variety, with an ever-changing pattern of scenery extending from the sea to the mountains, from the lowland regions along the Baltic and North Sea coasts by the way of rolling forest-covered uplands to the Bavarian Alps.Germany's natural frontiers, the Baltic to the north and the North Sea on the north-west, provide ideal access routes for passenger and freight ferries.

Germany

Germany has been a democratic parliamentary federal republic since 1949. Following reunification in 1990 it now consists of 16 federal states.

Germany is a tourist country of inexhaustible variety, with an ever-changing pattern of scenery extending from the sea to the mountains, from the lowland regions along the Baltic and North Sea coasts by the way of rolling forest-covered uplands to the Bavarian Alps.

Germany's two natural frontiers, the Baltic to the north and the North Sea on the north-west, provide ideal access routes for passenger and freight ferries.

The primary ferry ports in Germany are Rostock, Kiel, Puttgarden, Sassnitz, Ystad and Travemunde with regular scheduled passenger and freight services that are operated by Finnlines, Scandlines, Stena Line, Tallink Silja, TT Line, DFDS Seaways and Unity Ferry Line.

DFDS Seaways no longer operate the Harwich (U.K.) to Cuxhaven (Germany) passenger ferry service. Alternative routes, that include some driving to get to Germany from neighbouring countries are Newcastle (UK) to Amsterdam (Holland), Harwich (UK) to Esbjerg (Denmark) and Copenhagen (Denmark) to Oslo (Norway).

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