"paying for purchases aboard the ferry"
Reviewed 03 July 2014 by Monique Naud
Overall, we are satisfied with our crossing like we were last year. However, why can we only pay meals on board in euros during the crossing between Gotenborg and Kiel?
'Monique Naud' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Scandinavica
Reviewed 08 June 2014 by Thierry
No surprises and all went without a problem. Ferry was clean and comfortable. Cabin average but good enough. A crossing to recommend.
'Thierry' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Scandinavica
"Trip Göteborg - Kiel"
Reviewed 04 June 2014 by Wfkm
During the outward journey we slept in a nice cabin, but loud noises kept our whole family up all night long. Aside from that everything was tidy and cared for.
'Wfkm' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Scandinavica
"Kiel-Gothenburg mti Stena Line "
Reviewed 09 January 2014 by Anonymous
Clean cabin, quiet ship and international channels on TV. What more could you want? I can not say anything because I have cared for myself About the catering.
'Anonymous' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena Germanica
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The city of Kiel is the capital and most populous city in the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein, and is around 90 km to the north of Hamburg. The city's port has become an important port for both commercial and pleasure vessels almost certainly because of its location on the south western shore of the Baltic Sea and to the south east of the Jutland Peninsular in Denmark. Kiel Week, which the city hosts annually, is known the world over and comprises of a number of international regattas. The city was also the host to the sailing events at the 1936 and 1972 Summer Olympics.
The 13th century St Nicholas' Church (Nikolaikirch) is the oldest building in the city which has a sculpture by Ernst Barlach in front of it. The city, which has a number of parks and lakes for visitors to enjoy, especially if they are seeking some peach and tranquillity, is the main shopping destination for the region. Holstenstrabe in the city is one of the longest shopping streets in Germany.
Kiel's busy port has around 50 crossings per week to destinations in Sweden, Denmark and Lithuania. The port has three passenger terminals with a good level of facilities including a number of shops and places to eat.
Gothenburg is Sweden's second largest city and is located on the west coast of Sweden with a fantastic archipelago which is easily reached by a 30-minute tram ride from the city centre. During the summer, Gothenburg hosts a number of international music festivals and large arena concerts right the centre of town. Some of the festivals include the award winning Way out West, Metaltown and Summerburst Electronic Dance Festival. More intimate club events and DJ performances can be found at the city's bars and nightclubs. For those visitors craving the great outdoors, the islands outside Gothenburg make up one of Europe's most beautiful archipelagos. They comprise around 10,000 beautiful granite islets, rendered almost smooth during the ice age.
Due to the Gothenburg's key location in the centre of Scandinavia, trade and shipping have always played a major role in the city's economic history, and they continue to do so. Gothenburg port has become the largest harbour in Scandinavia. There are daily ferries from Kiel in Germany and Frederikshavn in Denmark. Visitors should take the opportunity to enjoy the archipelago when arriving by ferry. Upon arrival, you are just a stone's throw from the city center with all the city has to offer.