The Trelleborg Rostock ferry route connects Sweden with Germany and is currently operated by 2 ferry companies. The Stena Line service runs up to 3 times per day with a sailing duration of around 6 hours while the TT Line service runs up to 21 times per week with a duration from 6 hr.
So that’s a combined 42 sailings on offer per week on the Trelleborg Rostock route between Sweden and Germany. Compare now and get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.
Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Trelleborg Rostock route is a car and 2 passengers.
It seems to by very good.
'Anonymous' travelled Trelleborg Rostock with TT Line on Huckleberry FinnRead More Read Less
"travvelling with TTLINE to tralleborg and back to rostock"
clean, nice and confortable for a good price.we reccomend TTline
'Laurentiu Cristian' travelled Trelleborg Rostock with TT Line on Huckleberry FinnRead More Read Less
"Ok!; but don't forget anything on the ferry!"
Good handling of ticket ordering, boarding of the ship and checking in to the cabin. The cabin was situated on the top deck, great location, clean and neat. I can recommend these cabins. However I forgot a shirt there and I haven't heard anything about it despite being promised a reply within 48 hours, which has now passed a long time ago.
'Olle' travelled Trelleborg Rostock with Stena Line on SkåneRead More Read Less
"Pleasant Experience (In The End)"
Firstly; after an early start and long day travelling we arrived at Trelleborg in good time for our 11 o'clock ferry to Rostock, only to discover that there wasn't an 11 o'clock ferry to Rostock anymore, it was now at 12.45am:- "somebody should have informed you". Ok then no big deal; well yes actually because we weren't booked on that one either. We were however booked on the 11 o'clock ferry the other way from Rostock to Trelleborg. Now my annoyance about this is more directed at Direct Ferries than TT Line because I booked through them and even rang them a week before departure to check all was as it should be. So there we were at stupid o'clock in a room full of Polish Truckers with no reservation. Step forward the girl from TT Line who played a blinder and sorted it all out and (in very good English) kept us reassured throughout the process. So even after all that out we found ourselves in more than good time for the ferry and the choices were go away and come back or check in then and wait. We had already established that there's not much going on in Trelleborg at night and so checked in. Having parked in our lane there wasn't much to do except wait. There was an indoor area with tables and chairs, toilets and a closed cafe but it was pleasant evening so spent it outside taking in the docks and people watching. Finally got on board about 11.45. I write the above in part to give a full review with as much info as possible, in part to vent but also to try and convey how we were feeling once we boarded, namely tired, hungry, thirsty and a little bit cheesed off. It is entirely to TT Lines credit that this didn't last long. The standard cabin we'd booked was clean, comfy, well appointed and relatively spacious and within 20 minutes of being on board we were sat down to a couple of beers and a hot meal, the choice and quality of which was excellent. It's not a long crossing and so the amount of sleep we got was only in the 5 hour range but it was sound sleep and breakfast was very good too. The ferry left and arrived on time and all the staff of TT Line were pleasant and efficient. Overall and notwithstanding the booking mix up I would sincerely recommend TT Line and The Huckleberry Finn.
'Richard' travelled Trelleborg Rostock with TT Line on Huckleberry FinnRead More Read Less
Trelleborg is a town located in Skane County in the south of Sweden. The town's origins date back to when it was presented as a wedding present to the Swedish Prince Valdemar from the Danish Royal family in 1257. The Danes then took the town back which remained under Danish rule until 1658. Trelleborg became an industrial town at the end of the 19th century and this industrialisation has played an important part in the town's development. The town is popular with visitors from Sweden and Germany mainly because of the ferries to Rostock, Sassnitz and Lubeck-Travemunde In Germany. The ferries began sailing to the port in 1897 with the route to Travemunde established in 1962. The ferries carry both passengers on day trips, cars with vacationing families, and heavy trucks on their way through Europe. In 1917, Lenin arrived by ferry from Sassnitz to Trelleborg on his way from exile back to Russia to lead the Revolution.
The German city of Rostock is the largest city in the north German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and lies around 12 km from the Baltic Sea coast, on the banks of the Warnow River. Founded in 1419, the city's university, the University of Rostock, is one of the oldest in Germany that has been in continuous operation and is also one of the oldest universities in the world. The university's botanical garden, the Botanischer Garten Universitat Rostock, is open to the public and is a lovely place to visit. Drawing on the city's maritime connections, Rostock is also home to the annual Hanse Sail Festival which is where you will be able to see many large sailing ships and museum vessels taken out to sea. The festival is very popular and attracts around 1.5 million visitors each year. Also hosted by the city is the annual jazz festival called Ostee-Jazz (Baltic Sea Jazz) and is held every June.
The city's port is one of the most important ports in Europe and is Germany's largest. Ferry services operating from the port depart to Gedser in Denmark (2 hours), Trelleborg in Sweden (5 hours and 45 minutes, with a super fast ferry travelling to Hank in Finland with a crossing time of 22 hours.