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Ferries to Germany
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Book ferries to Germany from Denmark with Scandlines. You can book a ferry to Rostock from the Danish port of Gedser. You can also book ferries to Germany from the Danish island of Bornholm, with the operator Bornholmstrafikken on the route Ronne - Sassnitz.

Book ferries to Germany from Sweden with the operators Stena Line, TT Lines and Scandlines. Stena Line offer frequent ferry crossings from Gothenburg to Kiel. TT Lines operate routes from Trelleborg to Travemunde and Rostock, while Scandlines offer ferries from Trelleborg to Rostock and Sassnitz.

Scandlines also offer ferries to Puttgarden from the port of Rodby, on the Danish island of Lolland.

You can also book a ferry to Germany from Norway, on the route Olso - Kiel with Color Line.

Ferries to Germany
Destination Overview

Visit Germany to discover the country's beauty and rich history. Visit the Berlin wall and its museum, travel to Munich in the south to experience the annual Oktoberfest or take a trip into the mountains to see breath-taking views and indulge in activities such as skiing and snowboarding.

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Book your ferry online and a booking reference will be sent to you by email. When you arrive at the port of departure present the booking reference number together with a photo ID and you will be given your ferry tickets.

Discover Germany
Get a ferry to Germany from the UK, Denmark and Sweden. As a holiday destination, there may be a lot more than you imagined. Modern Germany has come of age, and while it is still suffering the economic consequences of reunification in October 1990, it is clearly a progressive nation. This was shown to the world in the 2006 World Cup, where German hospitality and nation pride came out with top marks.

The German ferry port of Cuxhaven in the north allows you to reach Hamburg in a reasonable time. Here you can experience the famous Reeperbahn and St Pauli quarter, enjoy a harbour cruise in the canals or relax in one of the city's many parks.

Travelling in Germany
Intercity and high-speed ICE connections run frequently to around 30 destinations (mainly in Germany but trains also run to Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands and Switzerland). Within Germany, ICE trains also operate on the following routes: Berlin-Frankfurt/M-Karlsruhe, Berlin-Cologne-Basel, Munich-Frankfurt/M-Berlin and Hamburg-Berlin-Dresden with direct links to Prague.

Germany is covered by a modern network of Autobahn which are toll free at present - although plans are in place to introduce a levy. Although motorways in eastern Germany are of a reasonable standard, many secondary roads are still being improved to match western Germany's standards. There is no maximum speed limit on Autobahns but it is recommended that you stay under 70-80mph


Things to see

Germany has plenty of variety including charming river cruises on the Rhine, the traditional Oktoberfest and Christmas markets to the cultural hotbed of Berlin and the thrill of skiing or snowboarding in the Alps. Much further south you will find Munich with its alpine character and Mediterranean verve. The cultured city has plenty of beer gardens, operas and haute cuisine restaurants.

Visit the Berlin Wall Museum (Mauermuseum) at Checkpoint Charlie, where people crossed from West to East and vice versa during the Cold War.


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