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Puttgarden Routes

The port of Puttgarden is located on the German island of Fehmarn in the Baltic Sea. The ferry company operating the Puttgarden to Rodby Faerge ferry route is Scandlines. Note that Rodby Faerge is correctly spelt Rodby Færge. Below, you can find all the Puttgarden to Rodby Faerge ferry timetables and journey times. Click on the ferry route to see arrival and departure times.

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Rodby - Puttgarden
(Scandlines)
€97.15
  • Booked: Friday, 18 October 2019
  • Travel: Wednesday, 23 October 2019 (One Way)
  • Car + 4

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Ferries to and from Puttgarden

As well as the Puttgarden to Rodby Faerge route, Scandlines Ferries offers ferry routes between Germany, Denmark and Sweden and it is the largest ferry company in the Southern Baltic.

Scandlines fleet of ships are all very modern and onboard you will find friendly and professional staff as well as a wide range of facilities such as restaurants, bars and tax-free shops. Puttgarden port is well connected to mainland Germany and is easily accessible by car from Hamburg, by bus on the Kiel-Puttgarden bus route, as well as by rail services from Hamburg/Lubeck.

So, book your ferry to Denmark from the island of Fehmarn in Germany simply and securely with AFerry

Puttgarden Port

Puttgarden is a busy ferry port between Germany and Denmark. So busy, in fact, that there is a ferry once every half hour, round the clock, every day of the year. Every single one of these ferries can be booked with AFerry

Puttgarden port facilities

Puttgarden offers a full complement of facilities and services.

Getting to Puttgarden

Puttgarden lies not far off the German Autobahn A1 to Hamburg and is clearly signposted.

About Puttgarden

Puttgarden on the German island of Fehmarn is a small village and is most well known for its ferry port and being Germany's gateway to Scandinavia. The Fehmarn Belt Strait in the western part of the Baltic Sea separates Germany and Denmark and is 18km wide.

If planning to a short stay in Puttgarden, you can find a small selection of hotels to choose from and there are a few restaurants too serving typical German dishes. Although all in all, it is a quiet location.

The architecture is charming and typical of the region with colourful houses on the harbour front and plenty of greenery and green spaces. Certainly you will not regret making a pit-stop in Puttgarden.

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Port Addresses

Scandlines

Puttgarden Fährhafen, Fehmarn, 23769, Germany

Scandlines

Puttgarden Fährhafen, Fehmarn, 23769, Germany