Trelleborg to Germany Ferry
There are currently 3 ferry routes connecting Trelleborg and Germany, with services from Trelleborg to Rostock, Sassnitz and Travemunde. On average, there are a combined number of 11 crossings each day between Trelleborg and Germany, which are operated by Stena Line and TT-Line. The shortest crossing between Trelleborg and Germany is to Sassnitz with Stena Line and takes around 4 hours 15 minutes, while the longest crossing is to Travemunde with TT-Line and takes approximately 9 hours 45 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Trelleborg and Germany. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Trelleborg is the southernmost city of Sweden by the Baltic Sea. Trelleborg Ferry port is one of the largest ferry ports in Scandinavia with over 2 million passengers passing through the port each year. In the 10th century, Trelleborg was conquered by the Danish Vikings. Later it was gifted by the Danish Royal family to a Swedish Prince Valdemar as a wedding gift but was later recaptured by the Danish and was held by them until they lost the whole of Skåne County to the Swedish in the 1658 war.
Trelleborg became an important trading town in the medieval period with German traders coming in to trade herring fish which is found abundantly in the waters around Trelleborg and its location on the Southern tip of Sweden made it even more accessible.
Trelleborg boasts of miles of sandy beaches and picturesque locations. Some of the interesting places to visit are the Trelleborg Ring Fortress built by the Danish Vikings around the 10th century, stone megalithic tombs, museums and enticing craft shops, the Trelleborg Museum and Blå Huset, a well-preserved traditional garden.
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.
German cities are diverse and each city offers something different. Berlin is particularly known for its nightlife and food, though Hamburg, Frankfurt and Leipzig are all trying to compete to become the place to go for entertainment.