Port of Cuxhaven

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Cuxhaven
(Cuxhaven, Lower Saxony, Germany)

Travelling to or from the port of Cuxhaven is relatively easy on account of a variety of ground transportation options.

While car hire provides the most convenient choice for many, buses, trains and taxis are on hand for those wishing to use the local transport infrastructure.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

A bus station which provides connections with a variety of regional destinations is located in the city centre. It is possible to walk there from the port but passengers with lots of luggage will need use a taxi.

Car Hire and Road Travel

Drivers heading to the port from Flensburg on the A7 south should take the exit for Harburg / Heimfeld. The Cuxhavener Strasse eventually becomes the B73 and leads into Cuxhaven. Once in the town, the ferry port is signposted. Alternatively, from Lübeck take the A1 to the Bremer Kreuz then follow the signposts to the ferry port.

Local car hire dealers provide rental cars in the town of Cuxhaven; however, it is recommended to book online prior to travelling in order to save yourself both time and money.

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Trains and Rail Travel

Cuxhaven's railway station can be found in the centre of the city and provides connections to and from Hamburg as well other national destinations.

Car Parking

Short-term and long-term parking facilities as well as disabled spaces are available at the ferry terminal free of charge, with parking also available in the adjacent town streets.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis are always available at the quayside of the ferry port and operate on a metered fare system.

Cuxhaven Port

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