Tickets & reservations
- Tickets & reservations
Stena Line has two terminals in Gothenburg, one heading to Frederikshavn, Denmark and this terminal for travellers heading to Kiel, Germany. The Germany terminal is further west on the Göta River close to the Älvsborgsbron bridge. The terminal is well signposted from the E6 and can also be reached by tram.
GPS: 57.6938, 11.9144
Drive on the E6 highway from the north to Malmö and then take the Frederikshavn exit after Tingstadstunneln. Follow signs with the large ferry symbol and continue to Frölunda Centre (South) driving through the Göta Tunnel (E45). You should then follow signs for Kiel, Klippan, Mariaplan and turn right onto Jaegerdorff.
If you are driving from the South on the E6 highway, you should take the exit towards Gårda South, Orgryte and then follow the signs with the ferry symbol.
You'll find car parking spaces directly outside the main Stena Line Ferry Terminal. Please Note that the car park is liable to flooding during bad weather so parking is at your own risk.
Further parking options can be found at q-park.se/tysklandsterminalen
Car Parking Fees
per day: 120 SEK
It is possible to travel to Gothenburg Centralstation from many Swedish destinations. You can reach the Stena Line Ferry Terminal from Gothenburg City Centre by public tram numbers 3 or 9, disembarking at Jaegerdorffsplatsen.
It takes approximately 5 minutes to walk to the terminal from the tram stop.
It is possible to travel by bus to the Stena Line Ferry Terminal, disembarking at the Jaegerdorffsplatsen stop.
From this bus stop it will take approximately 5 minute's walking following the signs provided. Alternatively, tram number 3 or 9 takes you directly to and from the Central Station.
Visit www.vasttrafik.se for more information
You can catch a taxi adjacent to the platform in the main train station and also from directly outside the bus station. Alternatively, it is possible to pre-book taxis by calling the following number: +46 3 165 0000.