Lolland-Falster is one of Denmark's archipelagoes, named for the largest islands Lolland and Falster. The islands, just south of Zealand, are mostly rural, with some small towns.


Map of Lolland-Falster

  Falster (Gedser, Marielyst, Nykøbing Falster, Stubbekøbing)
Includes good beaches, and Denmark's southernmost point, Gedser, where you can jump on a ferry to Germany.
  Lolland (Maribo, Nakskov, Rødby, Sakskøbing)
The "sugar island", supplies the sugar for almost all the tasty Danish pastry.
  Møn (Stege)
Known and loved by the Danes for its scenic country side, Viking burial mounds and its spectacular chalk cliffs.
  Smålandsfarvandet (Askø, Fejø, Femø, etc)
Some small islands north of Lolland with fewer than a thousand inhabitants together.
a small island south of Zealand.



Get inEdit

By trainEdit

There are direct train connections from Copenhagen to Nykøbing (Falster). Lolland is reached by trains from Nykøbing.

By carEdit

The islands have bridge or tunnel connections with each other and with Zealand where Copenhagen is located. To drive from Germany or from Fyn, car ferries are available.

By ferryEdit

There are car ferries from Puttgarden in Germany to Rødbyhavn on Lolland, from Rostock in Germany to Gedser on Falster, and from Spodsbjerg on Langeland (has bridge from Odense) to Tårs on Lolland.

Get aroundEdit

By train or busEdit

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By carEdit

The islands have bridge or tunnel connection with each other, except for the Smålandsfarvandet islands.

By ferryEdit

There are car ferries to the Smålandsfarvandet islands.





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