Book your ferry from KIEL to LITHUANIA with NetFerry!
Would you like to find out the possible travel alternatives to Lithuania? Choose your ferry from Kiel to Lithuania through our online booking service. NetFerry can help you find out which ferry operators cover routes to Lithuania departing from Kiel and all related timetables, prices and duration.
The ferry routes beetween Kiel and Lithuania are covered exclusively by Dfds who carry out 7 trips per week with primarily evening boardings and crossing times not exceeding 20 hours. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles. Once on board, you will find bars, shops and self service restaurants to make your crossing more relaxing and comfortable. Cabin accommodation allows you to rest with peace of mind.
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Port of KIEL
The port of Kiel is located on the east coast of Germany and is one of the largest in the Baltic region, Kiel canal is also the most visited waterway in the world. It serves both freight and passenger transport thanks to its strategic location, port depth for seagoing ships and direct connection with the national rail and road network and the ferry terminal has state-of-the-art services. The port area has various terminals Schwedenkai, Sartorikai, Ostseekai and Norwegenkai, Ostuferhafen and the canal ports Scheerhafen and Nordhafen. Passenger ferries to Sweden, Russia and the Baltic countries ... [More information]
Address: Schwedenkai 1 24103 Kiel Germany
Directions: Google Map @ Kiel, port
Guide of LITHUANIA
Overlooking the Baltic Sea, Lithuania is a fascinating country with many places to discover. In 2015, Lithuania a became part of the European nation, breaking away from the Soviet republic and adopting the Euro currency. History There are written testimonies of Baltic tribes inhabiting Lithuania, dating back to 1200. For centuries Lithuania was the target of the Crusaders, but by 1400 it was the largest European state in Eastern Europe. Towards the end of the 1500s there was a union between Lithuania and neighboring Poland called the Polish-Lithuanian confederation, due to the marriage b... [More information]