Sassnitz to Ronne Ferry
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If you're not sure if the Sassnitz to Ronne route is right for you or you can't decide between ferry companies, if there is more than one, you might also find it useful to read any reviews we have available. We ask all our customers to send us reviews for Sassnitz to Ronne ferries. Remember though, that the earlier you book, the cheaper prices normally are. So don't spend too long deciding! Sassnitz to Ronne is a popular route, so we advise you to book as soon as possible.
Sassnitz is a popular resort town with a population of approximately 11,000 inhabitants. Sassnitz has many popular attractions including the HMS Otus floating museum and the Ruegen zoo.
Ruegen is an attractive island, and discovering the Island of Ruegen is said to be just like discovering Germany in one day. Ruegen combines white fine-sand beaches and beautiful national parks. In Ruegen you can relax and walk along the beaches or in the spectacular beech woods as well as enjoy shopping in the small charming coastal resorts.
Bornholm is a small granite island and lies about 150 km east of peninsular Denmark and 40 km southeast of the southern tip of Sweden. It is known primarily for its medieval round churches. The rolling hills are covered with rich farmland and picturesque villages and the coast is graced by long stretches of sandy beach and rocky cliffs. With more than 200 km of bicycle routes Bornholm is an an attractive island for bike enthusiasts.
Soviet aerial attacks in 1945 leveled the city, so most buildings in Ronne are modern. Nevertheless you find will find Ronne to be a charming little town if you visit its historic Old Town (Gamle Stan) with its cobble stoned streets flanked by brightly painted cross-timbered houses. Other attractions are the Hjorth's Fabrik, a Museum of Pottery originating back to 1859, the Forsvarsmuseet (Defense Museum) in the southern part of town, the Bornholms Museum, housed in a former hospital and the St Nicolai Church, which you will notice if you arrive by ferry.
31 Aug 2013Fery on the Baltic
An enjoyable ferry cruise with comfortable seating and good on board catering. Check in directions in Sassnitz could have been clearer but embarkation was well organised.
Review by Linda
24 Aug 2011GETTING TO RONNE AS FOOT PASSENGERS
The actual ferry journey was great but it was quite confusing arriving at Sassnitz train station and finding no information about how to get to terminal and even more confusing to arrive at Sassnitz terminal ( BY TAXI)and find no guidance there - luckily we spotted people walking up car ferry ramp and dashed for that. Retun journey on ferry also very good but again getting from ferry terminal to Sassnitz station caused us great anxiety. No taxis and when I phoned number and ordered none turned up. First bus was at 12.30 - too late for our connection. A letter about other bus over 1km away was hidden away and would have been useless anyway as some of us couldn't walk that far and by the time we found it was too late anyway. It would be really simple and helpful to link bus times with ferry times and put up a poster at train station and ferry port about it.
Review by Joycie
21 Aug 2011Jounrey to Bonrholm by ferry
The check in facilities at Sassnitz are pretty awful. Although there is a cafe it was not open and the toilets were not open in the check in terminal either which meant using a portakabin outside of the terminal, but with no directions at all. This is the worst set of arrangements I have come across for a ferry terminal. The ferry crossing was good but there was not an announcement in English for English travellers about where to go to disembark. Consequently we and others went to the wrong place with heavy bags which had to be carried further as a consequence.
Review by Dr Dennis Parker