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The sea crossing between Travemünde and Malmö is operated by the operator Finnlines with a schedule of 19 weekly connections with mostly morning and evening departures and maximum duration of 9 hr 30 min. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. Various services and accommodation are available to provide you with comfort on board. You can enjoy a meal at the self service restaurant or in your cabin.
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TRAVEMÜNDE MALMÖ offers
Interior cabin + car offer
Special rates are available for passengers travelling in an interior quad cabin with a car less than 6 meters in length. Tickets cannot be changed or refunded.
You can travel safely with your pet on Finnlines ferries. Just book a special cabin for animals, even on a day trip. Finnlines ferries allow you to carry a maximum of 2 animals per cabin. Pets are not allowed to enter the common areas (refreshment points, lounges, bars, saunas) and you must always keep your pet on a leash, but there are designated areas onboard for pets to play in. Your pet must have appropriate documentation valid for travel. The transport of animals other than dogs or cats must be agreed with the company and it is forbidden to travel with your pet inside your vehicle.
Children under 5 travel free
Children under 5 travel free, but do not have designated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children between the ages of 6 and 12, excluding fees.
Discounts for children under 17
All passengers between the ages of 13 and 17 receive a discounted ticket.
Port of TRAVEMÜNDE
Travemünde is the largest German port on the Baltic Sea and hosts passenger ferries for connections to many countries in northern Europe. The lighthouse that welcomes you on arrival dates back to 1500 and is the symbol of the city. Another symbol of Travemünde is the Passat sailing ship, a museum ship not to be missed. How to reach the port of Travemünde The port area is always very busy and it is best to use public transportation. You can take buses, numbers 30.31 and 40 leave from Lübeck central station and arrive right outside the passenger terminal. It is also possible... [More information]
Address: Zum Hafenplatz, 23570 Lübeck, Germany
Directions: Google Map @ Travemünde, port
Guide of MALMÖ
Malmö is a city in southern Sweden; it lies at the eastern end of the famous Öresund Bridge that runs from Copenhagen in Denmark to Malmö in Sweden. With a population of around 300,000; it is the third-largest city in Sweden and was one of the earliest industrialised towns in Scandinavia. A brief history of Malmö The earliest recorded history of Malmö dates back to 1275 when it was just a small fortified quay. The town was initially called Malmhaug, meaning ''Gravel pile'' or ''Ore Hill''. During the 15th century, the city grew in importance, and the 17th century, Malm... [More information]
19 weekly sailings - Duration: 8 hours 45 minutes
Ships: EUROPALINK , FINNPARTNER , FINNTRADER