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Ferry Crossings
Discover the Baltics with DFDS Ferries
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per person

Ferries to the Baltics

If you live in or travel around the Baltic region and Scandinavia, we have 4 routes for you.

Our ferry crossings across the Baltic Sea include sailings from Karlshamn to Klaipeda, Kapellskär to Paldiski a route linking northern Germany with Lithuania Kiel-Klaipeda and a route between Hanko and Paldiski.

The Baltics Highlights

Often unexplored, the Baltic countries offer some of Europe’s most extraordinary landscapes. The Curonian Spit, which follows the Baltic Sea coast, is a UNSECO World Heritage Site and its turquoise waters, rich green flora and curving sand dunes seem more attributable to an exotic beachscape than northern Europe. Or why not kayak through Estonia’s flooded Soomaa National Park, which is home to wolves and lynx?

If you feel like a city break, then head to Tallinn, Estonia’s ancient capital, or Vilnius in Lithuania, a culture hub of the east.

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