Close to everything

On Lolland, you can live cheaply in scenic surroundings without being far away from everything else.

We have easy access to the motorway, and you can therefore get quickly to both the south and the north: towards Germany, Hamburg, Berlin and Central Europe, as well as towards Zealand, Copenhagen and Scandinavia.

There is plenty of space on the roads here, and you can get quickly from A to B without queuing.

If you are going to Funen and Jutland, you can use the ferry connection from Lolland to Langeland, from where you can continue towards Odense.

Public transport

On Lolland you have a choice of train or busses. 

You can find more information about the bus lines on You can switch the language on the website to English in the top right-hand corner. 

The local train runs between Nakskov and Maribo, in between there are several stops.

You can find more information about the local train on (only in Danish).

There is already a good train connection from Nykøbing Falster to Copenhagen, and the travel time is 1 hour and 40 minutes.

When the fixed link across the Fehmarn Belt is completed, we will also have a new international train station at Holeby, locally on Lolland, which will be the last stop before Germany. It will provide more and better opportunities to commute to and from our area.  

The easiest way to plan a journey is by using the online travel planner You can switch the language of the website to English in the top right-hand corner. To find a connection on Rejseplanen you put in your point of departure (address or place) and the final destination of your journey. The site will plan the easiest route and combines both trains and busses.

The most important thing to remember when you use any train or bus is to buy a ticket before starting your journey. If you are caught without a ticket or travel card, you risk being fined.

There are different options for payment, if you are only staying in Lolland as a tourist or guest, single-trip tickets are the easiest.

Get more information on how to buy tickets at

Rejsekortet is an electronic travel card, you can use it for all types of public transport and it makes payment easier as you do not need cash. It is like a payment card: you charge it with money and use it to pay for your travel. Rejsekortet also grants you a discount on your ticket price. 

To get a personalized Rejsekort you need a CPR number first.

You order your first card at (also in English). It is also at this site that you charge your card. 

Things to do close by

On Lolland, you are close to everything from beautiful countryside to vibrant town life. In Nakskov, Maribo and Rødby, we have a wide selection of shops that can cater for most needs, and there are good restaurants, cafes and other cosy places to eat, widely distributed throughout the municipality.

If you need more, you can go to Nykøbing Falster, the area’s largest town.

On the neighbouring island of Falster, you will also find Marielyst. It is an area that offers one of Denmark’s best sandy beaches, and in the summer, the town is transformed into a holiday paradise with vibrant town life.

There are also many fascinating museums and exciting attractions in the area, such as the Medieval Centre, Knuthenborg Safaripark, Lalandia tropical waterpark and the sculptures of Dodekalitten. Møns Klint is also just an hour away.

View towards Femø
The sculptures of Dodekalitten.