Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Rødby is a small town on Lolland, that is mainly known for it's harbour Rødbyhavn, from where ferries go to Puttgarden in Germany, one of the most heavily trafficked ferry routes in Europe, with large ferries departing every 30 minutes nearly round the clock.
By trainTrains do the 2-2,5 hour trip between Rødby and Copenhagen approximately every 2 hours most of the day, many of them are EuroCity trains also connecting to Hamburg in Germany. If you land in the middle of hiatus, you can take bus 23 to Maribo and change to a train there, though that adds nearly an hours transportation time.
By carRødby is the first exit after/before the Rødbyhavn harbour on the E47-motorway that leads to/from Copenhagen. The car ferries in Rødbyhavn goes to Puttgarden in Germany with a southbound connection to Autobahn 1.
phone: +45 33 15 15 15address: Færgestationsvej 5Nearly every 30 minutes around the clock, the trip takes 45 minutes and there are restaurant, cafeterias and shops available on board.
Amber Museumphone: +45 54 60 12 72address: Østergade 5C
phone: +45 54 61 05 05address: Lalandia Centret 1
address: Noret 2
Café Langeliniephone: +45 54 60 34 20address: Vestre Kaj 64Sandwiches and other café fare, and ice creams for waiting out the ferry
phone: +45 54 60 53 66address: Havnegade 2
phone: +45 54 60 14 85address: Maribo Landevej 4
phone: +45 54 60 60 66address: Færgestationsvej 4, 4970 RødbyNewly refurbished rooms in a friendly Scandinavian design, all rooms have own bathroom, TV and free internet access. Check-in is possible 24 hours a day through the self-service check-in system. If you have booked bring booking-number and credit card in order to get a keycard. If prepaid no charges on credit card will be made. A nice Danish breakfast table can be bought for a small fee.