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From the UK you can reach the northern town of Cuxhaven and travel on to other parts of Germany including the City of Hamburg. It is Germany's second largest and one of Europe's biggest ports. It has palatial office buildings, promenades and shopping centres.

The old warehouse quarter draws many tourists to its the little canals where you can take a cruise. Many travellers arrive at Kiel, in northern Germany where the annual sailing regatta takes place.

Munich, in the south, Bavaria's state capital, is another popular Alpine destination with its universal reputation for its love of beer and the festival to honour it!

Germany is a country full of regional character where you could travel along over 150 scenic routes taking in the 'Castle Road'. The 'Fairytale Road' - great fun for fans of the Brothers Grimm who can enjoy the route from Hanau to Bremen. There's also the 'Romanesque Route' which is an Old Salt Route following a trading route from the Middle Ages. One of the most popular is the 'Romantic Road' which goes from Wurzburg to Fussen in Bavaria.

Millions of British visitors travel by ferry to Germany each year to enjoy its culture and character, museums, breweries, castles lakes and its old capital city of Berlin. Take a trip to the neighbouring Potsdam which now has many quarters of World Heritage Sites and is surrounded by the waters of the Havel River with its beautiful lakes.

  • Gothenburg to Kiel

    • up to 7 crossings per week
    • 14hrs 30mins
    • Stena Line