Trelleborg Ferries - Prices from 193 €
Trelleborg Ferry port is located in Trelleborg, the southernmost city of Sweden by the Baltic Sea. Trelleborg Ferry port is one of the largest ferry ports in Scandinavia with over 2 million passengers passing through the port each year. Ferries from Trelleborg sail south to Germany and Poland from Sweden. The routes are operated by TT Lines and Stena Line, and travel to the ports of Rostock, Sassnitz, Swinoujscie and Travemunde. With the simple booking form from AFerry, you can easily find the right ferry for you.
Below you can find Trelleborg ferry times, as well as our best deals.
Rostock to Trelleborg / Trelleborg to Rostock3 crossings daily6 hrGet price
Sassnitz to Trelleborg / Trelleborg to Sassnitz7 crossings weekly4 hrGet price
Klaipeda to Trelleborg / Trelleborg to Klaipeda1 crossings weekly16 hr 15 minGet price
Rostock to Trelleborg / Trelleborg to Rostock3 crossings daily5 hr 30 minGet price
Swinoujscie to Trelleborg / Trelleborg to Swinoujscie1 crossings daily5 hr 45 minGet price
Travemunde to Trelleborg / Trelleborg to Travemunde3 crossings daily7 hr 10 minGet price
Ferries to and from Trelleborg
Check in for Trelleborg Ferries starts from 2 hours prior to departure but the latest check in time is usually 60 minutes before departure but make sure to check the booking confirmations for the latest check in times as these may vary according to the routes.
All the Trelleborg Ferries are equipped with all the latest facilities to provide you with truly relaxing sea voyage. Some of the facilities include comfortable cabins, sauna and fitness centre, restaurants and bars, cinema, gambling room and a captain's choice duty free shop.
TT Lines and Stena Line offer great deals and promotions on Trelleborg Ferries and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.
In the 10th century, Trelleborg was conquered by the Danish Vikings. Later it was gifted by the Danish Royal family to a Swedish Prince Valdemar as a wedding gift but was later recaptured by the Danish and was held by them until they lost the whole of Skåne County to the Swedish in the 1658 war.
Trelleborg became an important trading town in the medieval period with German traders coming in to trade herring fish which is found abundantly in the waters around Trelleborg and its location on the Southern tip of Sweden made it even more accessible.
Trelleborg boasts of miles of sandy beaches and picturesque locations. Some of the interesting places to visit are the Trelleborg Ring Fortress built by the Danish Vikings around the 10th century, stone megalithic tombs, museums and enticing craft shops, the Trelleborg Museum and Blå Huset, a well-preserved traditional garden.
Trelleborg port facilities
Trelleborg Ferry Port is large and well equipped to deal with large number of passengers using the port. Trelleborg ferry terminal offers facilities such as snack shop, a bureau de change, public telephones, toilets and a comfortable departure lounge.
Getting to Trelleborg
From Malmö, take the motorway E22 towards Trelleborg and follow the signs to the Trelleborg ferry terminal.
From Ystad, take R9 which takes you directly to Trelleborg and follow the signs to the ferry terminal.
The Swedish National Railway (Staens Järnvägar) takes you to the Malmö Central station. From there bus number 146 takes you to Trelleborg övre, from which point the ferry terminal is just a 10 minute walk.
Terminal Building, Travemündeallén / Kontinentplan, 23123 Trelleborg, Sweden
Terminal Trelleborg (TT-Line), Travemündebron, S-23122, Sweden