Lubeck Freight Ferry Port
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Lubeck is Germany's largest Baltic Sea port, handing over 27 million tons of cargo annually. The port sees more than 100 departures a week to Scandinavia, Finland, Russia as well as to the USA. As a distribution and logistics centre, the port specialises strongly in paper and forest products. Also trucks and trailers, containers, general cargo and bulk cargo are handled.
The largest terminal operator is the Lübecker Hafen-Gesellschaft, which operates four cargo-handling terminals. Among them is the Terminal Scandinavienkai, Europe's largest ferry terminal, which has nine berths and over 90 arrivals and departures per week. In addition to cargo-handling, the terminal hosts about 350 thousand Baltic Sea passengers.
Getting to Lubeck Ferry Port by road
Following the A1 towards Travemünde, take the Lübeck-Siems exit towards CTL / LK / SLK. Keep to the right hand lane and take the first exit right.
Do not drive through the tunnel. At the next junction turn left into Siemser Landstrasse. Continue along this road (name changes to Seeland-strasse).
The Lehmannkai 2 terminal and the port office is on the right hand side and is signposted.