Travel to Sweden and Germany onboard the Skåne or Mecklenburg-Vorpommern ferries with up to 6 day or night sailings available daily. Whichever ferry crossing you choose you can be sure of a comfortable and enjoyable trip onboard as you sail to Trelleborg and Rostock. Delicious meals are served in our restaurants, we’ve great deals to be found in "The Shop". Our little guests will also get their money's worth in the "Happy World" play area.. Arrive at your destination feeling refreshed after a good night's sleep or an afternoon rest in one of our cabins. We’ve a choice of cabin to suit everyone or if you prefer we have reserved onboard seat options too. Your holiday begins onboard!
Take the ferry from Rostock to Trelleborg and you’ll arrive in the southernmost town in Sweden. From there it's only a short drive to the Scandinavian cities of Malmö and Copenhagen. Explorers will love the west coast drive through Halmstad, Gothenburg and further afield to Oslo.
There's lots to see and do in Trelleborg so make sure to spend some time checking out this great city, known for being the only city in Sweden to have an avenue lined with palm trees.. Close to the ferry terminal, you'll find one of the city's most beautiful attractions - a former Viking fortress. With museums, art galleries and great shopping you'll have so much to keep you entertained when you visit.
When you take the ferry from Trelleborg to Rostock you’ll arrive into a lively port city with so much to enjoy. Rostock has a great cultural scene and is renowned for its food and great shopping. If you want to explore a little further afield the autobahn is within easy reach allowing you to visit Hamburg in just 2 hours and Berlin in just 3 hours.
Rostock is a wonderful city with great shopping, restaurants, small breweries and an exceptional night life. The city is home to one of the world's oldest universities. The city has seven churches, including the imposing Gothic brick churches of St. Mary and St. Peter; the number 7 has always been associated with Rostock. The coastline is known for its beautiful beaches. Only a short distance from the city centre you’ll find Rostock's very own beach resort, Warnemünde, consisting of 15km of beautiful white sandy beaches.
The port of Trelleborg is the southernmost in Sweden and is known as the gateway between Scandinavia and Central Europe. It is easily accessible on foot from the centre of Trelleborg or by bus, train or by car.
Rostock Port on the Baltic Sea coast of Germany is situated at the end of the A19 and is well signposted so very easy to reach by car. Regular bus services are also available for foot passengers.