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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Gothenburg Ferry Port

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    If you need to spend a night at or near Gothenburg ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Gothenburg Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Gothenburg Guide

Gothenburg Ferry Port

Gothenburg, situated on the mild western coast of Sweden, is a major port city built on the banks of the Göta älv river. Founded by King Adolphus in the mid-17th Century, the city has evolved into the second largest settlement in the country with a rich musical culture centred around the neo-classical Gothenburg Concert Hall. It is also home to Scandinavia’s most popular film festival, an event that attracts over a 100,000 cinema fans every year. Gothenburg port is the largest in the region and overseas trading has long been a lynchpin of the city’s economy. Cruise passengers visiting the port are well accommodated too. The terminal on the south side of the river is a modern, open-plan building currently operated by Stena Line. Check-ins are processed through a streamlined electronic system, specifically designed to handle the 1.7 million ferry-goers that pass through every year. Those arriving at the port can catch a shuttle bus into the centre of the city or board a tram at the nearest station of Järntorget just 20 minutes away on foot. Gothenburg is supplied by a vast network of transport links, the busiest of which being the city’s Central train station that whisks passengers across most of Sweden. Two routes currently leave from the port; a daily service to Frederikshavn, Denmark and the half-day sail south across the Kattegat area of the North Sea to the city of Kiel in Germany.

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