Malmo ferry port in Sweden connects you with Travemunde in Germany with a choice of up to 13 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Malmo to Travemunde crossing is from 8 hours 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Finnlines.
The coastal city of Malmo is not only the third largest city in the whole of Sweden, but also boasts one of the busiest ports in the world. Once known for its role as an industrial powerhouse in the southern Øresund region during the 20th century, the city has evolved into a hub for Nordic art with prestigious schools dedicated to the teaching of theatre and music.
The Øresund Bridge, opened in the new millennium, connects Malmo to the mainland of Denmark and its capital of Copenhagen. The award-winning structures covers the 5 miles across the chilly waters of the Øresund strait, a narrow channel between the North and Baltic seas on which the port of Malmo sits.
Though facilities at the check-in terminal are limited, passengers will find that embarking and disembarking from the arriving ferries are handled quickly and smoothly. Only one passenger route currently sails from the port. The Finnlines service leaves the harbour a number of times each day, heading the long, nine-hour route south towards Germany and the small town of Travemünde.
Norra Hamnen, Lappögatan 3B, 211 24 Malmö
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