View over Gedser with the ferry to Germany in the background
Gedser is a small port town on the island of Falster in Denmark'sZealand region, with just 832 souls living there, its main claim to fame is as the southernmost town in Denmark, and the ferry line to Germany.
The old train station in Gedser was closed in 2009, so use the Movia  line 39 bus which connects Gedser with the regions main train station in Nykøbing Falster around once per hour on weekdays, down to 8 departures on Sundays. In summer another option is line 43, also connecting with Nykøbing Falster, but stopping at many of the regions popular beaches en route.
The main reason to come to Gedser is the ferry to Rostock in Germany, the most direct route between Copenhagen and Berlin. The crossing takes 1 hour and 45 minutes and is operated by Scandlines . Departures every two hours between 7 and 23. Price is 650 DKK for a car including passengers, and 50 DKK for foot passengers.
Det Sorte Museum (The Black Museum), Skolegade 2B, ☎ +45 27 18 83 43, . Small geologial museum with local finds, nice collection of Amber and Quartz20 DKK. edit
Gedser Vandtårn (Gedser Water Tower), Danmarksgade 6, ☎ +45 54 17 92 82. Is a striking and beautiful building with great views, although access to observation is sketchy at best outside the tourist season (Jul-Aug). 10 DKK. edit
Hotel Gedser, Langgade 59, ☎ +45 54 17 17 08. A bit run down by the high Danish standards, but perfectly adequate, some rooms accepts pets, just 100 meters from the ferry terminal.from 450 DKK. edit
Naturskole. Basic tent camping is available at the Gedser Naturskole. The Naturskole can be found off Sondre Boulevard near the edge of town. The camping is free, but there are only very basic facilities and no showers.edit
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