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Falster is an island in Denmark.




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Falster is a Danish island in the Baltic Sea.


People here mainly speak Danish and the older generation is generally better at German than English but there are a lot of young people who speak English if you need help.

Get in

By car

You can get to Falster from the neighbouring islands Lolland and Zealand and by carferry from Rostock in Germany. The ferry is operated by Scandlines. The ferry runs every 2 hours and the trip takes about 1 hour and 45 minutes.

By train

Nykøbing Falster is on the mainline from Copenhagen to Hamburg 4-6 trains a day to Hamburg. Every hour to Copenhagen. Lokalrailway to Maribo and Nakskov on Lolland every hour.

By air

Copenhagen is the nearest airport ... 180 km north!

By bicycle

Part of the Berlin-Kopenhagen bicycle route runs through Falster. The route takes you to Falster via ferry from Rostock in Germany in the south or via ferry into Stubbekøbing in the north. Bicycles take the same ferry as cars, with straps provided to secure the bicycles during the journey.

Get around






Stay safe

Get out

  • Copenhagen, the Danish capital, about one hour by car.
  • Rostock by ferry see "Get In" for more information.
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