Rostock ferry port in Germany is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Trelleborg & Gedser available. With a selection of up to 21 Sailings Daily, the port of Rostock connects Germany with Sweden & Denmark.
Sailing durations range from 1 hour 45 minutes on the Gedser service to 6 hours on the Trelleborg service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Rostock fare search.
Rostock is a city in northern Germany located on the Warnow river on the coast of the Baltic Sea. In the 11th century there was a Slavic settlement at the Warnow river called Roztoc (which means broadening of a river); the name Rostock is derived from that designation. The Danish king Valdemar I set the town aflame in 1161. Afterwards the place was settled by German traders. The rise of the city began with its membership in the Hanseatic League. In the 14th century it was a powerful seaport town with 12,000 inhabitants and the biggest city of Mecklenburg. Ships for cruising the Baltic Sea were constructed in Rostock. In 1419 the oldest university in Northern Europe, the University of Rostock, was founded. Large parts of the central city were destroyed in World War II by Allied bombings in 1942 and 1945. Through reconstruction and subsequent extension, the city became a major industrial centre of the German Democratic Republic.
Follow the A 20/19 motorway all the way to Rostock International Port.
You can get to Rostock Central Station via the German rail network, then continue by No. 4 tram to the stop "Dierkower Kreuz", then take the connecting bus No. 19 or 21 to the Ferry Port.
Zum Fährterminal 1, 18147 Rostock
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Rostock Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Rostock Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!