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How To Get To Travemunde Ferry Port

  • Travemunde Ferry Port by Car

    If arriving from a southerly direction via the A1 motorway, simply follow the signs for 'Lübeck-Travemünde Skandinavienkai'. This will automatically take you to the Ferry Terminal.

  • Travemunde Ferry Port by Train

    Use Germany's rail network to get to Lubeck main train station and then connect with Luebeck-Travemunde Skandinavienkai station which is located directly in the port.

  • Travemunde Ferry Port Address

    Zum Hafenplatz 1, D-23570 Lübeck-Travemünde, Germany

  • Travemunde Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Travemunde Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Travemunde Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Travemunde Ferry Services

Travemunde Guide

What is there to do in Travemunde?

It’s extreme location right on the northern coast of Germany, a region not particularly known for its appeal to holidaymakers searching for sun, sea and sand, means Travemunde is often overlooked as a desirable tourist spot, however its relative anonymity suggests it’s a secret that is best kept hidden. Formerly known as ‘The St Tropez of Germany, Trvavemunde has largely bogarted a luxurious reputation, and after wandering around the charming seaside town, it’s easy to see why the town was once so popular. The vitality and vigour which once defined the coastal town may have been replaced by a more low key vibe, but the array of bars and restaurants still know how to show its visitors a good time. Classic German meals are provided at endless food stands and eateries, all of which can be washed down by a jug of wholesome beer. The entirety of the borough is a pleasant delight to stroll around, offering some impressive landmarks as you traverse across the land; the lighthouse is a striking piece of architecture and Seebad Museum is a must visit for anyone who thrives on educating themselves in the history of the town.

How do you get around Travemunde?

The best way to travel is by bike or foot, though there is also a bus system running across the town.

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