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Ferry Price offer a choice of 10 ferry routes to and from Germany with popular ferry operators including TT Line and Color Line. Book ferry services into and out of Germany using a choice of German ferry ports. To book your Ferry to or from Germany simply select your outward & return routes, then the number of passengers and click the get price button to start your quote.

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The Colour Line Vessel Operating between Germany and Norway

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At Ferryprice.com we currently use a total of 5 ferry operators for ferry services to and from Germany. Each of these companies use high quality large ferries ensuring passengers arrive at their destination refreshed and ready for their onward journey.

Ferry Companies serving Germany include well known ferry companies, Scandlines and the largest ferry company in Europe, Stena Line.

Further Information on German Ferry Services and Operator Information

There are currently no direct ferry routes from the UK to Germany although Germany is easily accessible using ferry services linking the UK to France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Once on the continent driving distances to Germany can be as little as only 2 hours. The journey from Calais to Aachen is only 3 hours by car. To book a ferry to one of these locations simply click on the Country you require or go to the Ferry Price Ferries Homepage.

Bornholms Trafikken

The Bornholmstrafikken service currently serves the ports of Koge (Denmark), Ystad (Sweden), Sassnitz (Isle of Ruegen) and Ronne (Bornholm Island). The Bornholmstrafikken service allows passengers to arrive at the port only 10 minutes before departure.

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Stena Line Ferry

Stena Line

Stena Line

Stena Line was founded in, and is still operated from, Gothenburg, Sweden by Sten A. Olsson when he acquired Skagenlinjen between Gothenburg, Sweden and Fredrikshavn, Denmark in 1962.

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Scandlines is a major European ferry operator. The parent company, Scandlines AG is controlled by the Danish Ministry of Transportation and Deutsche Bahn AG (DB), both of which have 50% ownership. It operates 17 lines for passenger and freight in and between Denmark, Germany, Sweden, and the Baltic countries.

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Color Line

Color Line

Color Line AS is the largest cruiseferry liner operating on routes to and from Norway. The company is also one of the leading operators in Europe. Color Line provides transportation for people and cargo, hotel accommodation, shopping, restaurants and entertainment. The company currently employs 3500 people in four countries.

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TT-Line Ferries

TT-Line is a shipping company based in Lübeck, Germany, which has been providing a ferry service between Travemünde in Schleswig-Holstein and Trelleborg in southern Sweden since 1962. From 1992 on, Rostock is also offered as starting harbor to Trelleborg (until 1997 this service was marketed as TR-Line). In 2007, TT-Line possesses six ferries.

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Germany Information - All you need to know about Germany

Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central Europe. It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. The territory of Germany covers 357,021 km² and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. With over 82 million inhabitants, it comprises the largest population among the member states of the European Union


Alpine scenery in Bavaria.Most of Germany has a temperate seasonal climate in which humid westerly winds predominate. The climate is moderated by the North Atlantic Drift, which is the northern extension of the Gulf Stream. This warmer water affects the areas bordering the North Sea including the peninsula of Jutland and the area along the Rhine, which flows into the North Sea. Consequently in the north-west and the north, the climate is oceanic; rainfall occurs year round with a maximum during summer. Winters there are mild and summers tend to be cool, though temperatures can exceed 30 °C for prolonged periods. In the east, the climate is more continental; winters can be very cold, summers can be very warm, and long dry periods are often recorded. Central and southern Germany are transition regions which vary from moderately oceanic to continental. Again, the maximum temperature can exceed 30 °C in summer.


German is the official and predominantly spoken language in Germany. It is one of 23 official languages in the European Union, and one of the three working languages of the European Commission, along with English and French. Recognized native minority languages in Germany are Danish, Sorbian, Romany and Frisian. They are officially protected by the ECRML. Most used immigrant languages are Turkish, Polish, the Balkan languages and Russian.


Sport forms an integral part of German life. Twenty-seven million Germans are members of a sports club and an additional twelve million pursue such an activity individually. Football is the most popular sport. With more than 6.3 million official members, the German Football Association (Deutscher Fußball-Bund ) is the largest sports organisation of this kind worldwide. The Bundesliga attracts the second highest average attendance of any professional sports league in the world. The German national football team won the FIFA World Cup in 1954, 1974 and 1990 and the European Football Championship in 1972, 1980 and 1996. Germany has hosted the FIFA World Cup in 1974 and 2006 and the UEFA European Football Championship in 1988. Among the most successful and renowned footballers are Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Müller, Jürgen Klinsmann, Lothar Matthäus, and Oliver Kahn. Other popular spectator sports include handball, volleyball, basketball, ice hockey, and tennis.

Michael Schumacher has won seven Formula One championships. Germany is one of the leading motorsports countries in the world. Race winning cars, teams and drivers have come from Germany. The most successful Formula One driver in history, Michael Schumacher has set the most significant motorsport records during his career and won more Formula One championships and races than any other driver since Formula one's debut season in 1946.