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The whole process was super easy and fast. We planned the trip to Gotland and Directferries was pretty much the only platform, which allowed us to book the ferry. Others said that car places are sold out, because of the high season. But tickets were booked, we got SMS for checking in and the Gotland was nice. Thank you Directferries.Read More Read Less
"comfortable and convenient"
Lovely ferry trip. On time, excellent seat near refreshments. Helpful staff, very supportive even though I speak no Swedish. This must be the best ferry I have ever been on.Read More Read Less
"Good experience all round"
Good experience all round Organised with good communication - email & phoneRead More Read Less
The Swedish town and port of Nynashamn is located in Stockholm County and lies around 60 km to the south of Stockholm. The port is one of the main destinations on the Swedish mainland where ferries depart to the island of Gotland. The summer months sees many people visiting the town as it is popular with holidaying Swedes. During the summer the town hosts a harbour party where the harbour is full of boats of all sizes and many visitors. Along with local craft fairs, visitors will also find a steam train operating between the town and Stockholm. In the town visitors will find a number of restaurants and boutiques selling locally made goods. There is not a great deal to see in this modern town which is generally full of modern, uninteresting, buildings. There is a library and a one screen cinema which is centrally located as are a limited number of shops which cater to mainly local people. During the early 20th Century, Nynashamn also became well known as a spa town, though most facilities were closed down before the end of World War I.
From the port, ferries can be taken to Gotland and Gdansk in Poland.