The Stena Line Kiel Gothenburg ferry crossing between Germany and Sweden is the only service operating on this route. With crossing durations from 14 hours 30 minutes, the route is scheduled to run around 7 times per week.
The regularity and duration of crossing varies from time to time so it is advisable to get a live quote for current availability.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Kiel Gothenburg route is a car and 2 passengers.
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'Gaetano' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena GermanicaRead More Read Less
"Kiel -Gothenburg . Booking with Direct Ferries was easy and quick and effective."
A most pleasant and relaxing evening enjoying our cabin and the facilities that the ferry has to offer. Although we were very close to the " dog cabins!" Their barking did not bother us too much.. The personnel were most helpful and freindly. The trip was a perfect ending to our one months holiday in England. In the morning we felt refreshed after a good nights sleep on the comfortable matresses. Ready for our drive to Stockholm,. We will definitely be travelling with Stina Line again as we have many times in the past. The most comfortable way to travel to Denmark and Germany.
'John pahlman' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena ScandinavicaRead More Read Less
"pleasant and relaxing"
a must for all those who want to avoid long drives to Sweden and further. You arrive well rested and ready to begin your extended trip.
'Ivo' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena ScandinavicaRead More Read Less
"Kiel to Gotenburg and back on Stena auto-ferry services"
Clean, comfortable, efficient services from check-in, to cafeteria, and departure. Elevator services and coordination in getting to car deck could be communicated better (those who can walk the stairs should be encouraged to do so)
'Anonymous' travelled Kiel Gothenburg with Stena Line on Stena ScandinavicaRead More Read Less
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 the country, with an amazing archipelago that is only 30 minutes by tram from the city centre. The city is home to a number of festivals and concerts during the summer months and include the Way Out West festival, Metaldown and Summerburst Electronic Dance Festival. For visitors that prefer smaller venues there are a host of bars and clubs in the city that host many events and DJ performances.
For lovers of the great outdoors, Gothenburg's islands make up one of the most beautiful archipelagos in Europe and is made up of around 10,000 granite islets.
Shipping and commerce has always played an important role in Gothenburg's economy due in large part to its strategic location. The city's port is the largest harbour in Scandinavia are there are daily ferry services to Kiel in Germany and Frederikshavn in Denmark. When arriving in Gothenburg by ferry, passengers should take the time to admire the archipelago and enjoy the fact that the port is only a short walk from the city centre.