Bigger airports like Hamburg are farther away than CPH.
There is a little airport for small private planes in Holeby.
Plans for a "fixed link" are underway, but due to problems on the German side no reliable opening date exists.
Danish is the official language of Lolland, as with the rest of Denmark.
End stations include villages as Langø and Kragenæs, the latter with ferry connections to the small, relaxed islands of Fejø and Femø.Lolland is mainly a rural area, by that including a lot of activities for nature lovers.First of all, except from a small area called Ravnsby Bakker in the northwest Lolland, the island is very flat and therefore very easy for bikers.You can shop basically anything you need for traveling in Nakskov, Maribo or Nykøbing, but there is no special brand stores whatsoever.In Nakskov there is a restaurant called Fjorden, with a wonderful view to the sea and 100 meters to the popular beach Hestehovedet.
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The island is situated at the busy traffic connection between Copenhagen and Germany, thus many people come to the island, but only few of them stop there.The ferry between Rødby and Puttgarden is one of the busiest crossings in the world and the boats currently carry anything from goods and people to cars or even trains across the narrow straight.The local railway "Lollandsbanen" connects Nakskov, Maribo and Sakskøbing with Nykøbing Falster on the mainline from Copenhagen to Hamburg. dating dk gratis Sønderborg On "Lollandsbanen" and to Copenhagen at least one train per hour.Knowledge of English is widespread among residents of Lolland, particularly in the younger generations who have studied it at school since a young age.
However, due to being a predominantly rural region, Lolland is not as exposed to English language as those dwelling in the Danish cities.
As such, the older generations may have a very limited knowledge of it.
If you need help, find someone under 40-50 years of age.
If you plan on getting to Rødby, you have to go with a bus from Maribo or Nakskov, or go with the train towards Hamburg from Nykøbing Falster.
Thus, the only city on Lolland not connected somehow with the railway system is Nysted, one of Denmark's smallest towns to receive city rights.