Puttgarden to Denmark Ferry
Puttgarden is connected to Denmark via the port of Rodby. On average, there are 47 crossings each day between Puttgarden and Denmark, which are operated by Scandlines. Crossings from Puttgarden to Rodby usually take around 45 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Puttgarden and Denmark. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Puttgarden on the German island of Fehmarn in the Baltic Sea, is a small village and is most well known for its ferry port and being Germany's gateway to Scandinavia. The Fehmarn Belt Strait in the western part of the Baltic Sea separates Germany and Denmark and is 18km wide.
If planning to a short stay in Puttgarden, you can find a small selection of hotels to choose from and there are a few restaurants too serving typical German dishes. Although all in all, it is a quiet location. The architecture is charming and typical of the region with colourful houses on the harbour front and plenty of greenery and green spaces. Certainly you will not regret making a pit-stop in Puttgarden.
The Scandinavian country of Denmark is situated to the north of Germany.
Denmark is a beautiful country of lush, green countryside and rolling hills. Denmark has a fresh climate and plenty for the visitor to see and do, including the popular Hans Christian Andersen museum in Odense and the vibrant culture and history of the country's capital of Copenhagen.
In Jutland you can find Legoland which makes a great day out for the kids. If you want to explore more life size architecture you can visit the nearby village of Ebeltoft, which has cobbled streets and half-timbered houses.
Travel north and you will find the beach resorts of Lokken and Lonstrup, which are famed for their artistic seascapes.