Ferries to Sweden

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Travel by ferry to Sweden! Travelling to Sweden couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Sweden holiday rested and without stress.

For your crossing to Sweden there are several routes to choose from. With ports in Kiel, Travemünde and Rostock, your holiday planning from Germany is extremely flexible. After the crossing, Gothenburg, Malmö or Trelleborg will give you a warm welcome.

Search & Book Ferries to Sweden

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Sweden. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Swedenferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Sweden

Here you find all current ferry connections to Sweden.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Rostock – Nynashamn (Stockholm) Ferry from Germany to Sweden 3 times a week
approx. 18 hours
Hansa Destinations (Hansalinjen)
Ferry Rostock – Visby (Gotland) Ferry from Germany to Sweden 1 time per week
14 hours 30 minutes
Hansa Destinations (Hansalinjen)
Ferry Rostock – Trelleborg Ferry from Germany to Sweden 3-4 times a day
6 hours
TT-Line
Stena Line
Ferry Kiel – Gothenburg Ferry from Germany to Sweden 7 times a week
14 hour(s) 30 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Sassnitz – Ystad Ferry from Germany to Sweden 2 times a day
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
FRS Baltic
Ferry Copenhagen – Malmö – Öresund Bridge Ferry from Denmark to Sweden continuously possible
40 minutes
Scandlines
Ferry Sandefjord – Stromstad Ferry from Norway to Sweden 4 times a day
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Color Line
Ferry Eckero – Grisslehamn Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 3 times a day
1 hours 45 minutes
Eckerö Line
Ferry Helsinki – Stockholm Ferry from Finland to Sweden 7 times a week
17 hours 30 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Klaipeda – Karlshamn Ferry from Lithuania to Sweden 7 times a week
13 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Klaipeda – Trelleborg Ferry from Lithuania to Sweden 1 time a week
17 hours 15 minutes
TT-Line
Langnäs – Kapellskär ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 14 times a week
3 hours 20 minutes
Finnlines
Mariehamn – Kapellskär ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 3 times a day
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Viking Line
Ferry Naantali – Kapellskar Ferry from Finland to Sweden 14 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Finnlines
Ferry Paldiski – Kapellskär Ferry from Estonia to Sweden 7 times a week
9 hours 30 minutes
DFDS Seaways
Tallinn – Stockholm ferry Ferry from Estonia to Sweden 1 time a week
16 hours
St. Peter Line
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Langnäs – Stockholm Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 7 times a week
6 hours 20 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Mariehamn – Stockholm ferry Ferry from Aland, Finland to Sweden 3 times a day
5 hours 30 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Riga – Stockholm Ferry from Latvia to Sweden 7 times a week
18 hours
Tallink Silja
Ferry Saint Petersburg – Stockholm Ferry from Russia to Sweden 2 times a week
39 hours 30 minutes
St. Peter Line
Sassnitz – Trelleborg ferry Ferry from Germany to Sweden 14 times a week
4 hours
Stena Line
Swinoujscie – Trelleborg ferry Ferry from Poland to Sweden 9 times a week
6 hours 5 minutes
TT-Line
Travemünde – Malmö ferry Ferry from Germany to Sweden 19 times a week
8 hours 45 minutes
Finnlines
Travemünde – Trelleborg ferry Ferry from Germany to Sweden 3 times a day
8 hours 15 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Turku – Stockholm Ferry from Finland to Sweden 14 times a week
155 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Rønne – Ystad Ferry from Bornholm, Denmark to Sweden 7 times a day
1 hour 20 minutes
Bornholmslinjen
Ferry Frederikshavn – Gothenburg Ferry from Denmark to Sweden 7 times a day
3 hour(s) 15 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Vaasa – Umea Ferry from Finland to Sweden 11 times a week
4 hour(s) 30 minutes
Wasaline
Ferry Ventspils – Nynashamn Ferry from Latvia to Sweden 12 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Swinoujscie – Ystad Ferry from Poland to Sweden 19 times a week
6 hours 30 minutes
Polferries
Unity Line
Ferry Gdansk – Nynashamn Ferry from Poland to Sweden 7 times a week
18 hours
Polferries
Ferry Gdynia – Karlskrona Ferry from Poland to Sweden 3 times a day
9 hours 31 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Grenaa – Varberg Ferry from Denmark to Sweden 14 times a week
4 hours 15 minutes
Stena Line

All ferries from Sweden

Here you find all current ferry connections from Sweden.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Nynashamn – Rostock (Stockholm) Ferry from Sweden to Germany 3 times a week
approx. 18 hours
Hansa Destinations (Hansalinjen)
Ferry Visby (Gotland) – Rostock Ferry from Sweden to Germany 1 time per week
14 hours 30 minutes
Hansa Destinations (Hansalinjen)
Ferry Visby – Nynashamn Ferry from Gotland to Sweden 5 times a day
3 hour(s) 15 minutes
Destination Gotland
Hansa Destinations (Hansalinjen)
Ferry Gothenburg – Kiel Ferry from Sweden to Germany 7 times a week
14 hour(s) 30 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Ystad – Sassnitz Ferry from Sweden to Germany 2 times a day
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
FRS Baltic
Ferry Stromstad – Sandefjord Ferry from Sweden to Norway 4 times a day
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
Fjord Line
Color Line
Grisslehamn – Eckero ferry Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 3 times a day
1 hours 45 minutes
Eckerö Line
Kapellskär – Langnäs ferry Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 14 times a week
3 hours 35 minutes
Finnlines
Kapellskär – Mariehamn ferry Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 3 times a day
2 hour(s) 15 minutes
Viking Line
Kapellskär – Naantali ferry Ferry from Sweden to Finland 14 times a week
8 hours 45 minutes
Finnlines
Kapellskär – Paldiski ferry Ferry from Sweden to Estonia 7 times a week
9 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Karlshamn – Klaipeda Ferry from Sweden to Lithuania 7 times a week
13 hours
DFDS Seaways
Ferry Stockholm – Helsinki Ferry from Sweden to Finland 1 time a week
17 hours
St. Peter Line
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Stockholm – Tallinn Ferry from Sweden to Estonia 1 time a week
62 hours 30 minutes
St. Peter Line
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Trelleborg – Klaipeda ferry Ferry from Sweden to Lithuania 1 time a week
16 hours 30 minutes
TT-Line
Visby – Oskarshamn ferry Ferry from Gotland to Sweden 3 times a day
2 hours 55 minutes
Destination Gotland
Visby – Vastervik ferry Ferry from Gotland to Sweden 6 times a week
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
Destination Gotland
Ferry Malmö – Travemünde Ferry from Sweden to Germany 19 times a week
8 hours 45 minutes
Finnlines
Ferry Stockholm – Langnas Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 7 times a week
6 hours 15 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Stockholm – Mariehamn Ferry from Sweden to Aland, Finland 3 times a day
5 hours 25 minutes
Viking Line
Tallink Silja
Ferry Stockholm – Riga Ferry from Sweden to Latvia 7 times a week
17 hours
Tallink Silja
Ferry Stockholm – Saint Petersburg Ferry from Sweden to Russia 1 time a week
38 hours 30 minutes
St. Peter Line
Ferry Stockholm – Turku Ferry from Sweden to Finland 14 times a week
130 minutes
Tallink Silja
Viking Line
Ferry Trelleborg – Rostock Ferry from Sweden to Germany 3-4 times a day
6 hours
Stena Line
TT-Line
Trelleborg – Sassnitz ferry Ferry from Sweden to Germany 14 times a week
4 hours 15 minutes
Stena Line
Trelleborg – Swinoujscie ferry Ferry from Sweden to Poland 9 times a week
6 hours
TT-Line
Trelleborg – Travemünde ferry Ferry from Sweden to Germany 3 times a day
8 hours 15 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Ystad – Rønne Ferry from Sweden to Bornholm, Denmark 7 times a day
1 hour 20 minutes
Bornholmslinjen
Ferry Gothenburg – Frederikshavn Ferry from Sweden to Denmark 7 times a day
3 hour(s) 15 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Umea – Vaasa Ferry from Sweden to Finland 11 times a week
4 hour(s) 30 minutes
Wasaline
Ferry Varberg – Grenaa Ferry from Sweden to Denmark 14 times a week
4 hours 15 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Ystad – Swinoujscie Ferry from Sweden to Poland 3 times a day
6 hours 5 minutes
Polferries
Unity Line
Ferry Nynashamn – Gdansk Ferry from Sweden to Poland 7 times a week
18 hours
Polferries
Ferry Nynashamn – Ventspils Ferry from Sweden to Latvia 12 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
Stena Line
Ferry Karlskrona – Gdynia Ferry from Sweden to Poland 3 times a day
116 minutes
Stena Line

All ferries within Sweden

Here you can find all current ferry connections within Sweden.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Visby – Nynashamn Inland ferry Gotland 5 times a day
3 hour(s) 15 minutes
Destination Gotland
Hansa Destinations (Hansalinjen)
Ferry Nynashamn – Visby Inland ferry Sweden 6 times a day
3 hour(s) 15 minutes
Destination Gotland
Hansa Destinations (Hansalinjen)
Oskarshamn – Visby ferry Inland ferry Sweden 3 times a day
2 hours 55 minutes
Destination Gotland
Vastervik – Visby ferry Inland ferry Sweden 6 times a week
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
Destination Gotland
Visby – Oskarshamn ferry Inland ferry Gotland 3 times a day
2 hours 55 minutes
Destination Gotland
Visby – Vastervik ferry Inland ferry Gotland 6 times a week
2 hour(s) 30 minutes
Destination Gotland

Ferry ports in Sweden

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Sweden here.

Ports
Visby
Nynashamn
Stockholm
Kapellskär
Gothenburg
Varberg
Trelleborg
Vastervik
Umea
Ystad
Oskarshamn
Malmo
Grisslehamn
Karlshamn
Karlskrona

Travel guide Sweden

Holiday in Sweden

In Sweden, holidays are possible in many different ways. Sweden fascinates with unique flora and fauna and offers nature lovers a stay in front of spectacular scenery. Lively metropolises, medieval towns, colourful houses, castles and palaces offer visitors interested in culture a varied programme. The Swedish people are proud of their traditions and like to share them with their guests.


TOP excursion destinations in Sweden

The Swedish capital Stockholm knows how to inspire its visitors with art, culture and historic old town. Here modernity meets tradition, urban lifestyle goes hand in hand with large parks, lakeside promenades and picturesque natural scenery.

Stockholm Castle is one of the largest castles in Europe. History comes alive on a tour of the baroque landmark. Today it serves as a workplace for the royal family and houses numerous museums.

The residence of the royal family is Drottningholm Castle. Its magnificent appearance earned it the name Swedish Versailles. The private rooms are located in the south wing, other parts of the palace and the gardens are open to visitors.

With up to 30,000 islands, the Stockholm archipelago is a popular destination. By boat or kayak you can explore the characteristic landscape at any time of the year!

Idyllically situated on a small island, Gripsholm Castle with its brick-red walls and towers is truly reminiscent of a fairytale castle. Inside, magnificent chambers, a theatre and the state portrait collection await visitors.

Medieval Visby awaits its guests with a winding old town, half-timbered architecture and well-preserved city walls. 50 watchtowers, gates, drawbridges and ramparts are waiting to be discovered.

In Småland, Astrid Lindgrens värld aims to delight children’s hearts. It was here in Vimmerby that the famous children’s author was born and where her stories were set. In the adventure park, visitors meet Pipi, Michel & Co. and can go exploring in the houses to their heart’s content – but be careful! Adults are sometimes way too big for this world….

Grandiose landscapes, endless forests and clear lakes offer nature lovers everything their heart desires. If you want to watch moose, you can do so at Grönåsens Elk Park. Special highlight: the moose safari!

In Sweden’s snow-covered north, a very special adventure awaits visitors: on a dog sled safari, guests can enjoy the endless expanse of the Scandinavian countryside in harmony with nature.

Lapland offers its visitors spectacular nature experiences in metres of snow in winter. Worldwide, Lapland is considered one of the best regions to experience the uniqueness of the Northern Lights.


Entry requirements

German citizens aged 16 and over require a passport or identity card to enter Sweden. For children and young people under the age of 16, children’s identity cards, children’s passports, passports or identity cards are accepted. All documents must be valid for the entire duration of the stay. A visa is not required.


Alternative travel options

An alternative to the Ferry would be to travel by car. For example, the A7 leads past Flensburg to Denmark, from where you can travel comfortably over the Öresund Bridge to Sweden. There is also a wide range of rail and long-distance bus connections. Regular air connections make travel to Stockholm and Gothenburg possible all year round. ››› Ferries to Scandinavia


Questions & Answers about the Sweden ferry

››› Wie komme ich nach Schweden?

Am besten kommst du natürlich mit der Fähre nach Schweden. Es gibt aber auch Möglichkeiten über das dänische Festland mit dem Auto nach Schweden zu reisen oder eine der vielen Flugverbindungen nutzen.

››› Wo kann ich die Fähre nach Schweden buchen?

Deine Schwedenfähre kannst du auf verschiedenen Wegen buchen. Zum Beispiel hier bei uns über unsere Reisesucheformulare. Direkt bei der jeweiligen Reederei oder auch in spezialisierten Reisebüros.

››› Wann sollte ich die Fähre nach Schweden buchen?

Für deine Reise nach Schweden solltest du die Fährbuchung rechtzeitig vornehmen. Denn für die beliebtesten Routen sind die Kapaziäten auf den Fähren schnell ausgebucht. Einen genauen Zeitpunkt für die Buchung gibt es aber nicht.

››› Was kosten die Fähren nach Schweden?

Der Preis für deine Schwedenfähre hängt von vielen verschiedenen Faktoren ab. Zum Beispiel, vom Buchungszeitpunkt, ob du mit oder ohne PKW, Motorrad oder Wohnmobil reisen möchtest, mit welcher Reederei du fährst, ob in der Hauptsaison oder der Nebensaison. Es gibt viele Punkte zu beachten. Mit unserer Reisesuche findest du aber schnell heraus, was die Fähre nach Schweden kostet.

››› Welche Fähren fahren nach Schweden?

Nach Schweden gibt es sehr viele Fährverindungen. Hier siehst du alle Fähren nach Schweden in der Übersicht:

  • Danzig – Nynashamn
  • Eckero – Grisslehamn
  • Frederikshavn – Göteborg
  • Gdynia – Karlskrona
  • Grenaa – Varberg
  • Helsinki – Stockholm
  • Kiel – Göteborg
  • Klaipeda – Karlshamn
  • Klaipeda – Trelleborg
  • Langnäs – Kapellskär
  • Langnäs – Stockholm
  • Mariehamn – Kapellskär
  • Mariehamn – Stockholm
  • Naantali – Kapellskär
  • Paldiski – Kapellskär
  • Riga – Stockholm
  • Rostock – Trelleborg
  • Rostock – Visby
  • Rostock – Nynashamn
  • Sandefjord – Stromstad
  • Sankt Petersburg – Stockholm
  • Sassnitz – Ystad
  • Swinoujscie – Trelleborg
  • Swinoujscie – Ystad
  • Tallinn – Stockholm
  • Travemünde – Malmö
  • Travemünde – Trelleborg
  • Turku – Stockholm
  • Vaasa – Umea
  • Ventspils – Nynashamn
  • Visby – Nynashamn
  • Visby – Oskarshamn
  • Visby – Vastervik

››› Welche Fähren fahren von Deutschland nach Schweden?

Auch von Deutschland fahren Fähren nach Schweden. Hier siehst du alle Fähren von Deutschland nach Schweden:

  • Kiel – Göteborg
  • Rostock – Trelleborg
  • Rostock – Visby
  • Rostock – Nynashamn
  • Sassnitz – Ystad
  • Travemünde – Malmö
  • Travemünde – Trelleborg

Du hast aber auch die Möglichkeit mit Scandlines über die Strecke Puttgarden – Rödby oder Rostock – Gedser in Verbindung mit der Öresundbrücke nach Schweden zu reisen.

››› Welche Reedereien fahren nach Schweden?

Es gibt verschiedene Reedereien, die nach Schweden fahren. Hier siehst du die Übersicht:

  • Color Line
  • Destination Gotland
  • DFDS Seaways
  • Eckerö Line
  • Finnlines
  • Fjord Line
  • ForSea Ferries
  • FRS Baltic
  • Hansa Destinations
  • Polferries
  • Stena Line
  • St. Peter Line
  • Tallink Silja Line
  • TT-Line
  • Unity Line
  • Viking Line
  • Wasaline

››› Wie lange brauchen die Fähren nach Schweden?

Die Dauer der Überfahrt von Deutschland nach Schweden ist abhängig von deiner gewählten Route. In der Regel dauert die Überfahrt aber zwischen vier und sieben Stunden.

››› Kann ich mit Wohnmobil oder Wohnwagen mit der Fähre nach Schweden fahren?

Ja, natürlich. Die Fähren nehmen dich samt Wohnmobil, PKW mit Wohnwagen, oder normalem Anhänger, mit dem Motorrad und dem Fahrrad mit.

Gib bei der Buchung einfach dein Fahrzeug mit an.

››› Kann ich auf der Schwedenfähre meinen Hund mitnehmen?

Ja, auch das ist möglich. Dein Hund oder auch andere Haustiere wie Katzen können natürlich mit der Fähre nach Schweden reisen.

Beachte dabei aber die Bedingungen deiner Reederei. Bei manchen ist es möglich, das Tier während der Überfahrt mit in den Passagierbereich zu nehmen. Bei anderen wiederum muss das Tier im Fahrzeug auf dem Autodeck bleiben.


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