"Plenty of room for the kids "
Reviewed 02 November 2013 by Tobias
We have enjoyed the voyage very much. The children's section was ideal for us and our children were very comfortable. Thank you family fisherman
'Tobias' travelled Rostock Trelleborg with Stena Line
Reviewed 20 October 2013 by Stefan
Good day, the cabins 4 bed were very close also the air was very hot more than 25 C was therefore not possible to sleep. Too bad I've already experienced differently. Otherwise (except for the wind sarkem) i.o.
'Stefan' travelled Rostock Trelleborg with Stena Line on Mecklenburg Vorpommern
"crossing Stena Line "
Reviewed 29 September 2013 by Bruno
excellent, super, nice and quiet, without shipwreck, very punctual
'Bruno' travelled Rostock Trelleborg with Stena Line on Skåne
"Travelling with Stena"
Reviewed 12 September 2013 by Georges
Hello, I travelled between Rostock and Trelleborg on the 9th of August with Stena Lines. It was a beautiful crossing, the staff was helpful and nice. The price Is good. Thanks a lot!
'Georges' travelled Rostock Trelleborg with Stena Line on Mecklenburg Vorpommern
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Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Rostock Trelleborg route is a car and 2 passengers.
|Sassnitz - Trelleborg with Stena Line - 3 Sailings Daily / 4 hour 15 minute crossing|
|Travemunde - Trelleborg with TT Line - 16 Sailings Weekly / 7 hour 45 minute crossing|
|Travemunde - Malmo with Finnlines - 18 Sailings Weekly / 8 hour 45 minute crossing|
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.
Trelleborg is a city in Skåne in southernmost Sweden. Trelleborg has been populated for at least one thousand years. In the 10th century or earlier, a Trelleborg (ring fortress) was built by Danish Vikings. It was rediscovered in the 1990's, and rebuilt, and now it hosts activities every summer. The first written mention of Trelleborg, in the scarce Swedish medieval sources, is from 1257, when Trelleborg and the adjacent city Malmö where presented as a wedding gift from the Danish royal family to the Swedish Prince Valdemar. It was soon reconquered by the Danes and it belonged to Denmark until 1658, when the entire district Terra Scania was lost to Sweden in a war. In the medieval times, Trelleborg became an important merchant city as merchants from Germany came to trade herring. In April 1619, the Danish King decided that one merchant city on the coastal line was sufficient and revoked Trelleborg's status as a merchant city to favour Malmö.