explore the old city at Guldborgsund

Nykøbing, the capital of the Danish island of Falster, paints a picturesque and relaxed image. In the narrow streets quaint houses from the 17th century jostle beside one another. The monastery church has been watching over the lively hustle and bustle in the pedestrian area and the markets for more than 500 years. "Gamle Købmandshandel", the old general store, is not quite as old. Everything here still appears as it did in Grandma’s times. A piece of cultural history is the archaeological museum in the Tsar’s house which recounts tales of a bygone era, bringing the history of the island of Falster from times of yore up to the present day to life.

It takes exactly 147 steps to reach the most beautiful view of Nykøbing. These lead to the distinctive water tower in Hollands Gård. From the 32 metre high viewing point visitors can enjoy the panoramic views across the rooftops of the city and the Guldborgsund. The tower is also home to a changing exhibition of art and culture.

The city centre from the Middle Ages appears to have been slumbering over the centuries. Noble knights compete in heart-stopping tournaments and giant catapults demonstrate their awesome power. 


Discover the Hanseatic City with the Baltic Sea Resort

Rostock has everything you need for an exciting short break to North Germany. The inner city is a triumphant blend of old and new: From the 117 meter high tower of the red brick St. Petri church visitors can look across churches, warehouses and gabled houses. Just a few steps further in the heart of the city centre, the colossal Marienkirche (St. Mary‘s Church) ticks with the world‘s oldest and still working astronomical clock. Rostock‘s shopping mile begins just outside the proud church walls – the Kröpeliner Straße. Behind the historic facade of picture-perfect merchant houses, numerous boutiques, shops and shopping arcades are hiding along with cafés. The city harbour creates the most wonderful setting for a peaceful break. Between the warehouses and sailboats, restaurants can be found offering fish, meat and German beer to tickle the taste buds. The pearl of Rostock is called Warnemünde. Small shops selling fashion, art and souvenirs for every taste are located Am Alten Strom in the traditional seaside resort. During August, visitors can enjoy a particularly special atmosphere: The Hanse Sail when around 200 large and traditional sailing boats adorn the quays and the horizon.


With just a single ticket you can travel from the railway station in Nykøbing Falster to Rostock for some city time and shopping pleasure – comfortably by bus and ferry. And in the evening leisurely travel back again. The InterCombi Ticket is just the ticket. Beautiful North Germany delights its guest in many guises. Hanseatic city with soaring red brick churches and fishing villages with thatched cottages invite you to take an exciting voyage of discovery.


Go all-inclusive – The InterCombi-Ticket is valid for

  • all means of public transportation in Rostock (tariff zone Rostock)
  • crossing with a Scandlines ferry from Rostock to Gedser
  • the bus transfer from Gedser to Nykobing, directly or via Marielyst
  • the public transport in Nykobing (tariff zone 230)

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 16 May - 1 Sep2 Sep - 15 May
one-way ticket33,00 €21,00 €
one-way ticket Children16,50 €10,50 €
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41,00 €29,00 €
Return ticket Children20,50 €14,50 €
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