Trelleborg Rostock Ferry
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Trelleborg ferry port lies on the coast of Trelleborg, Sweden's southernmost city on the Baltic Sea. With over 2 million passenger passing through the port of Trelleborg each year, it is by far one of the businest ferry ports in Scandinavia and as a result, the port is very well-equipped for coping with large amounts of ferry passengers with a snack shop, public telephones, a departure lounge, toilets and a bureau de change. It is also easily accessible from cities such as Malmo or Ystad.
Trelleborg is a town in southern sweden. Once an important herring fishing harbour, Trelleborg has grown to become one of the biggest ports in Scandinavia, and the second largest in Sweden. Although there isn't much to do in Trelleborg, the main purpose of this town is to connect Scandinavia to Continental Europe, as is the gateway for many cities in Scandinavia, including Malmo, Lund, Dragor and Copenhagen.
Rostock ferry port offers direct access to several major Scandinavian destinations. Rostock ferry port is the largest German port on the Baltic Sea and handles the highest numbers of cruise and ferry passengers in Germany per year.
The city of Rostock is situated in the north of Germany alongside the Warnow river. Rostock has preserved its medieval and gothic architecture and feel. The New Market Square (Neuer Markt), with the Town Hall and six original gable houses from the 15th and 16th centuries are some of the best architectural sites in town. The main pedestrian area is Kropeliner Stratt boasting boutiques, restaurants and brasseries. Warnemunde is the seaside district of Rostock and is a major attraction with the visitors and locals.
01 May 2019TT line experience
It was fun.
Review by MILOSLAV BOZDECH
11 Jul 2018Sweden to Germany crossing.
Checking in and directions where terrible to follow with little or miss directing signs. And disembarking took ages.
Review by Gerry
24 Jun 2018Traveler
Food could have a better taste.
Review by Anon