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.
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.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.It is possible to bike on gravel paths on a great part of the dykes stretching from Fredsholm at Nakskov to Langø and from Næsby Strand to Rødbyhavn, where there is a ferry connection to Germany.Especially beautiful scenic routes includes Ravnsby Bakker at the Kragenæs area, and biking your way around the lakes by Maribo.
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It is possible to get the most places by using these connections.End stations include villages as Langø and Kragenæs, the latter with ferry connections to the small, relaxed islands of Fejø and Femø.Nysted is especially beautiful as well, including 18th century town architecture, Denmark's oldest castle Aalholm Slot, and a beautiful forest northeast of the city.From Nakskov is it possible to go to Albuen with "Postbåden", a small passenger ship originally delivering mail to this off-the-beaten path area of Lolland.Most people arrive either with the motorway through the tunnel from Falster or with the ferry from Puttgarden in Germany to Rødby.
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There is also a ferry line from Tårs to Spodsbjerg at the island Langeland.To get there you will have to go by bus, which is easiest from Nykøbing or Sakskøbing.If you plan on going to some of the villages there is bus connections from Nakskov, Maribo, Sakskøbing and Nykøbing.Be aware that Postbåden only departs in the summer half of the year, otherwise it is impossible to get to Albuen unless to wish to walk 10 kilometers on a small stretch of land from Ydø (Get here with bus number 18 from Nakskov) Enjoy the nature and a relaxed atmosphere hard to find anywhere else in Denmark.Nakskov, Maribo and Nysted offer some nice old style towns and squares.