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Ferry to Germany

Most booked ferries to and from Germany

Sassnitz-Ystad

Germany ⇔ Sweden
2h 30 mins.
Once per day
From: 30,00
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Sassnitz-Trelleborg

Germany ⇔ Sweden
2h 30 mins.
2 times per day
From: 32,00

Rostock-Gedser

Germany ⇔ Denmark
2 Hours
10 times per day
From: 134,00

Rostock-Stockholm

Germany ⇔ Sweden
18 Hours
3 times per week
From: 55,00

Travel to Germany by ferry

Germany has some important connections between the European mainland, Scandinavia and the Baltics. It is the most important hub country for the ferry crossing with the Nordics.

From Norway, Sweden and Denmark a lot of ferries are sailing to Germany to the ports ofof Kiel, Rostock, Sassnitz and Travemünde. Sailing in from Oslo, Ystad, Goteborg and other cities in Scandinavia. It is useful to view the German ferry connections on the map because then you get a good idea of where they all go and which ports would be the best arrival and departure places for your trip. 

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Map with all ferry routes to Germany

There are several ways to travel to Germany to take and offboard the ferries. You can travel from Denmark, Sweden and Norway by ferry to Germany and continue your journey from one of the German harbours. Or if you're heading to either Norway, Sweden or Denmark, the German ports are an ideal starting point for your vacation.

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Travel tip: Book early

The prices for the ferries rise sharply as the boats fill up. Especially during peak season, the ferries and parking decks fill up quickly. Therefore, book far in advance and avoid high costs.

Ferry to Germany from Denmark

Ferries from Denmark to Germany mainly go from the Zealand region, from where Copenhagen and Sweden are easily accessible by the Sontbridge..

From Denmark to Germany you have the Puttgarden Rodby connection which is a good crossing if you want to travel from Sweden you can travel via the Sontbridge to Denmark, or the other way around, to Sweden. You can also travel from Gedser to Rostock and continue your trip from there.

Germany ⇔ Denmark

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Puttgarden-Rodby

The shortest crossing between Denmark and Germany is the Puttgarden-Rodby connection. The ferry to Rodby only takes 45 minutes, and upon arrival, you can easily continue your journey.

From: 52,00
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Rostock-Gedser

The ferry from Rostock to Gedser takes 2 hours. This is nice and fast so that you can quickly continue your journey. This ferry crossing is currently offered by Scandlines.
From: 134,00
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Ferry to Germany from Sweden

There are several ferries leaving from Sweden to the German ports and the other way around. To Kiel, Rostock and Sassnitz ferries sail from Goteborg, Trelleborg and close to the Swedish capital Stockholm.

When travelling from Sweden to Germany you'll arrive in one of Northern Germany's ports. Rostock is a popular harbor to travel to.

Sweden ⇔ Germany

Sassnitz-Ystad

Germany ⇔ Sweden
2h 30 mins.
Once per day
From: 30,00
Fast Ferry
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Sassnitz-Trelleborg

Germany ⇔ Sweden
2h 30 mins.
2 times per day
From: 32,00

Rostock-Stockholm

Germany ⇔ Sweden
18 Hours
3 times per week
From: 55,00

Trelleborg-Rostock

Germany ⇔ Sweden
6 Hours
3 times per day
From: 46,00
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Ferry to Germany from Norway 

The shortest crossings from Norway to Germany? From the port of the Norwegian Capital Oslo, you can board the Color Line ferry and sail directly to Kiel and vice versa. From Norway, this is a good cruise ferry connection with the European mainland.

Germany ⇔ Norway

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Kiel-Oslo

There is a daily ferry from Kiel, Germany, to Oslo. This is a night crossing and a popular choice due to the considerable distance the ferry travels.
From: 132,00
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Traveling in Germany

Traveling to Germany is very easy. The roads are very good and you can also cover considerable distances by public transport. 

With vibrant cities like Hamburg, Berlin, Munchen, Cologne, and others Germany has a lot to offer to tourists. Good to know is that ATMs are often hard to find in Germany and they still use cash money a lot. Next to these cities, Germany has a lot more to offer, beautiful nature, wine regions like the Mosel and Rheingau, and lots of musea to visit. Also for winter sports the south of Germany offers lots of great places and accommodations to enjoy a great holiday.

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