Vastervik ferry port in Sweden connects you with Visby in Gotland with a choice of up to 7 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Vastervik to Visby crossing is from 2 hours 30 minutes and the crossing is operated by Destination Gotland.
The city centre is small enough to be covered entirely by foot, which is the primary mode of transport for most.
Vastervik is Sweden at is simplistic best. Little activity resides around the city, instead locals and tourists mix in a seamless stream of affability, creating a welcoming flow of energy. You can easily explore the city at your own leisure, and for those who like to view a city in a structured manner, many companies offer guided tours. Many family-orientated activities are popular pastimes for tourists; a bowling alley, a nature reserve and a large public park provide entertainment for a leisurely day out.
For something a little bit off the beaten track, bargain hunters will be in shopping heaven when browsing the authentic products on sale at the flea market; haggle with locals to find the cheapest price on your bespoke item. After a day perusing the aisles, sample some quintessential Swedish cuisine at one of the delicious restaurants.
Vastervik is a city located on the northeast coast of Sweden, located in Kalmar County and bordering the Gulf of Bottnia. The ferry port is used as the gateway to Gotland, with crossings to Visby on the west coast typically lasting around 2 hours 30 minutes.
Farjevagen 10, 593 50 Vastervik, Sweden
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