camping can of course booked! Over 500 beautiful campsites with more than 75,000 cars has to offer Sweden, 100 have even an own swimming pool and about 250 private wireless Internet access. Camping is possible almost always in rivers and lakes and most places are open all year round. With the camping card Scandinavia of the SCR (Association of camping sites in Sweden), for that which is necessary to get an annual tax camper (in 2011, this costs about 15 euro (SEK 140)), you get 10% discount on a ferry with TT-line. On the connected campsites, the card offers many benefits such as faster input and checking out, accident insurance during the stay or discounts when visiting museums or exhibitions. It can be used it also in Denmark, Finland and Norway at selected campsites. Sweden’s flora and fauna on the site by TT-line there are many tips for exciting camping destinations and explore the Nordic nature. In the 28 national parks, Sweden protects biological diversity sustainably.
Close to the large cities of Stockholm, Goteborg and Malmo are original forests, rushing rivers and barren mountain landscapes in the Golden Eagle, moose, Beaver and Lynx feel and even hikers. Up to 400 marked hiking trails lead through this great adventure room and make the hiking or trekking almost year-round possible. In the winter cross-country skiing is very popular, in other seasons as well as hiking the canoeing and kayaking. More info can be found at. Booking and info: TT-Line GmbH & co.
KG to the port 1, 23570 Lubeck-Travemunde, Tel: 04502-801 81 press contact: Oldenburg communication, Steinhoft 5-7, 20459 Hamburg Tel.: 040-881415990, pictures: (path: press / image database) TT-line connects Germany with Sweden since 1962. With more than 650,000 passengers and 350,000 units of freight per year, the shipping company is the market leader in passage – and cargo transport between the countries. Ferries three different Categories control from Travemunde and Rostock from Trelleborg. Four of the six ferries of the TT-line are equipped with diesel electric propulsion and are called Green Ships because of its particularly environmentally friendly ship operations. Generally low-sulphur fuel is used on all ships. The sulphur dioxide emissions from the entire fleet comply with current international and EU requirements. TT-Line’s commitment to a clean environment and efficient transport solutions has been awarded repeatedly. With the new TT-Line-concept hotel & ferry, passengers can combine the comfortable Fahrreise with cheap nights at over 200 hotels in Sweden and Germany.