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It might be obvious that you're coming to [[Denmark]] with the ferry from [[Puttgarden]]. The best is to find a ride on the ferry which is going further than '''Rødby'''. Talking to people on the ferry is no problem at all, just watch out for people that are sitting alone in the restaurant or around the boat. It is quite difficult to find a ride when outside the ferry in ''Rødbyhavn''.
 
It might be obvious that you're coming to [[Denmark]] with the ferry from [[Puttgarden]]. The best is to find a ride on the ferry which is going further than '''Rødby'''. Talking to people on the ferry is no problem at all, just watch out for people that are sitting alone in the restaurant or around the boat. It is quite difficult to find a ride when outside the ferry in ''Rødbyhavn''.
 
=== South towards [[Hamburg]], [[Germany]] ===
 
=== South towards [[Hamburg]], [[Germany]] ===
Try to find a car at the ticket station or behind. If you ask a truck driver to bring you onto the ferry, he'll pay for his truck and you don't have to pay, because they are allowed to take with them more than 2 people (not sure, but might be 7 people per car?). Then behind the ticket area, cars are waiting for the ferry to come. Walk around there and ask the people. If you're not sure if you can walk by foot behind the ticket area without paying, try this: Walk back some 500 meter until the last on-ramp or try to climb up the bridge somewhat before. When on the bridge, walk left (westwards) until the first little crossing, there continue to the left again. After some meters you'll find yourself on the truck parking where you can ask truck drivers just before they buy their ticket. If not sure, just walk along the trucks, if no truck is stopping, you can continue walking to the ferry and ask waiting cars.
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Try to find a car at the ticket station or behind. If you ask a truck driver to bring you onto the ferry, he'll pay for his truck and you don't have to pay, because they are allowed to take with them more than 2 people (for normal cars it's 9 people!). Then behind the ticket area, cars are waiting for the ferry to come. Walk around there and ask the people. If you're not sure if you can walk by foot behind the ticket area without paying, try this: Walk back some 500 meter until the last on-ramp or try to climb up the bridge somewhat before. When on the bridge, walk left (westwards) until the first little crossing, there continue to the left again. After some meters you'll find yourself on the truck parking where you can ask truck drivers just before they buy their ticket. If not sure, just walk along the trucks, if no truck is stopping, you can continue walking to the ferry and ask waiting cars.
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The ferry passage for foot passengers is for free after 9PM! <small>(as [[User:Scandinaïve|Scandinaïve]] was told by an employee)</small> This might be an option for you because then you can ask people on the ferry or hitchhike at the ferry terminal in Puttgarden.
  
 
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Revision as of 23:02, 16 August 2009

<map lat='54.67196945494016' lng='11.372909545898438' zoom='12' view='0' float='right'/> Rødby is a city in Denmark, located on the Lolland island.

Rødby might be your destination if you're hitchhiking south from Denmark to Germany, or vice versa. Take care, when you want to hitchhike onto the ferry, tell your drivers you need to go Rødbyhavn, not the city of Rødby itself.

Hitching Out

North towards Copenhagen, Denmark

It might be obvious that you're coming to Denmark with the ferry from Puttgarden. The best is to find a ride on the ferry which is going further than Rødby. Talking to people on the ferry is no problem at all, just watch out for people that are sitting alone in the restaurant or around the boat. It is quite difficult to find a ride when outside the ferry in Rødbyhavn.

South towards Hamburg, Germany

Try to find a car at the ticket station or behind. If you ask a truck driver to bring you onto the ferry, he'll pay for his truck and you don't have to pay, because they are allowed to take with them more than 2 people (for normal cars it's 9 people!). Then behind the ticket area, cars are waiting for the ferry to come. Walk around there and ask the people. If you're not sure if you can walk by foot behind the ticket area without paying, try this: Walk back some 500 meter until the last on-ramp or try to climb up the bridge somewhat before. When on the bridge, walk left (westwards) until the first little crossing, there continue to the left again. After some meters you'll find yourself on the truck parking where you can ask truck drivers just before they buy their ticket. If not sure, just walk along the trucks, if no truck is stopping, you can continue walking to the ferry and ask waiting cars.

The ferry passage for foot passengers is for free after 9PM! (as Scandinaïve was told by an employee) This might be an option for you because then you can ask people on the ferry or hitchhike at the ferry terminal in Puttgarden.