There are 2 ferry routes operating between Sweden and Lithuania offering you combined total of 13 sailings per week. TT Line operates 1 route, Trelleborg to Klaipeda which runs 5 times weekly. DFDS Seaways operates 1 route, Karlshamn to Klaipeda which runs 8 times weekly.
As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Sweden to Lithuania to get the most up to date information.
Sweden is the largest Nordic country in northern Europe, bordered by Norway to the west and Finland to the east.
A country famed for its stunning landscape, Sweden also has a fast-paced capital in Stockholm, spread across 14 islands connected by 57 bridges, which brings with it a world-leading fashion scene and an immersive historic district.
Further north, you’ll find untouched wilderness blanketed by snow, with dramatic mountains in the skyline, dense forest and countless reindeer in front of you and the mesmerising Northern Lights shining above. There are also plenty of beautiful islands and archipelagos dotted in the Baltic Sea.
Sweden is an excellent departure point for a large number of destinations in Scandinavia and northern mainland Europe. With numerous ferry ports on the country’s long coast, operated by leading ferry companies, travelling by ferry is the most convenient way to explore Sweden’s islands and neighbouring countries.
Lithuania is the southernmost of the Baltic States in Northern Europe, with a short coastline on the Baltic Sea.
Gaining independence from Russia after the First World War, Lithuania has since flourished, with an increasing number of tourists unearthing its natural splendour and marvellous cities. Lithuanian landscapes consist primarily of undulating hills, lush forests, glistening lakes and meandering rivers. The coastline, albeit small, is beautiful, and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Curonian Spit, a thin stretch of silver sand, tops the list of Baltic beaches.
The capital is Vilnius, an eastern city characterised by beautiful baroque buildings, cobbled alleyways, endless church steeples and one of the largest Old Towns in Europe. Also, standing elegantly between the Neris and Vilnia rivers, it’s an artist’s dream.
Ferries from a couple of European countries sail across the Baltic Sea to the Lithuanian city of Klaipeda. Regular long-haul crossings are available, so be sure to book some comfortable accommodation.