Gothenburg Port, Sweden’s main port is situated on the west coast of Sweden. Arriving by ferry into the Port of Gothenburg, you get a great view of the city’s skyline and Gothenburg’s well known sites the Alvsborgsbron and Skargard.
The passenger ferry terminal is located close to bus, tram, train and road links, just across the River Göta. At Gothenburg port, there is car parking for both short and long-term, with designated spaces available for drivers with disabilities.
Stena Line Ferries offer five ferry crossings per day from Gothenburg to Frederikshavn in Denmark. This ferry service is conducted by both conventional and high-speed ferries. The journey time on a high speed service takes two hours and three hours 45 minutes on the conventional ferries. Stena Line Ferries also offer a daily ferry crossing from Gothenburg to Kiel in Germany. The journey time takes around 14 hours.
Stena Line Ferries has two terminals at Gothenburg Port. Passengers travelling to Frederikshavn should check in at the Danmarks-terminalen and for those travelling to Kiel, check in is at the Tysklands-terminalen.
All of Stena Line ferries provide facilities for passengers travelling with disabilities. The ferry terminal at Gothenburg Port can also cater for wheelchair users and there are toilets provided that are suitable for the disabled. Assistance with boarding and while on board is available, but passengers requiring assistance should advise the ferry company at time of booking.
Getting to and from the port is easy. The best way to travel around the city of Gothenburg is with the blue trams. Nine tram lines pass close to the port of Gothenburg. To travel further afield, Swebus, Svenska and Eurolines operate long distance buses all over Sweden and mainland Europe. A vast rail network operates out of Centralstation in Gothenburg or you can fly. Gothenburg has two airports.