With almost 82M inhabitants, Germany is the most populous country in the European Union. Since reunification in 1990, the capital city has reverted back to Berlin. Occupying an area of 357,000 square kilometres, Germany shares land borders with nine neighbouring nations. Despite its land area Germany has a relatively short coastline and this is divided into two; the North Sea coast (to the west of Jutland peninsular) and the Baltic Sea coast (to the east).
On the North Sea coast, Cuxhaven sees a freight service to Immingham. Turning to Germany's Baltic Sea ports there are regular services from Kiel to both Oslo and Gothenburg, whilst there are frequent departures linking Puttgarden with Rodby (Denmark) and from Rostock to Gedser (Denmark). Rostock also sees a regular service to Trelleborg (Sweden) and to Helsinki. Trelleborg is also connected with both Travemünde and Sassnitz. Sassnitz also has a connection to Ronne (Bornholm). Most ferries carry a combination of both tourist and freight traffic.
Whichever route, AferryFreight can offer you competitive rates and deal with all major UK and European Ferry operators.
You can use this page to view all freight operators serving Germany, their ports and routes, or use our booking engine above to compare all routes to and from Germany.