Karlshamn ferry port in Sweden connects you with Klaipeda in Lithuania with a choice of up to 10 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Karlshamn to Klaipeda crossing is from 13 hours and the crossing is operated by DFDS Seaways.
Karlshamn is located on the southern coast of Sweden.
Karlshamn received a Royal Charter and city privileges in 1664 when King Karl X Gustav realised the ports strategic location near the Baltic Sea. In 1666 the town was named Karlshamn, meaning Karl's Port in honour of the Swedish king.
The Ferry Terminal in Karlshamn is approximately 5 km from the city centre. From Malmo the terminal is 149 km and you can get there by following the E22 via Kristiansand. After 144 km turn left towards Vekerumsvagen and after that head to Sodra Stillerydsvagen. This will lead you to the ferry terminal. Passenger check-in is on the second floor.
There is a train station approximately 5 km from the ferry terminal.
Taxi from Karlshamns station (resecentrum) to the ferry port costs about 100 SEK. You can call for a taxi from the free phone in the station building.
The bus station is next to the railway station. Local bus no. 350 from Karlshamn city centre stops at Stilleryd which is approximately 1 km from the terminal.
Södra Stillerydsvägen 127, SE-374 93 Karlshamn
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