Lolland-Falster is near the other Scandinavian countries as well as the heart of Europe. Whether you prefer going by car, plane, or train, there is plenty of ways to go to Lolland-Falster. Go in the way you like the most!
If you are from the very Eastern part of Germany, the quickest way is usually driving to Rostock and from there by ferry to Gedser -- which, by the way, is the Southernmost point of Denmark! From Gedser, you can drive by Gedser Landevej towards your final destination. Gedser Landevej goes all the way from Gedser past Marielyst to Nykøbing Falster, where you can drive to Lolland or North and East Falster.
From the Western part og Germany it is faster to drive towards Hamburg, Lübeck, and then Fehmarn. From here you take the ferry to Rødby which is on Lolland. If you are going to Marielyst or another place on Falster, you can go directly onto the highway E47 past Maribo and Sakskøbing. To go to West Lolland, go by road 297.
No matter where in Sweden you are from, the fastest way to Lolland-Falster is via the Øresund Bridge. On the other side of the bridge is highway E20, which you need to follow until it splits up. From here, follow highway E47 which goes to both Falster and Lolland. Most cities are marked on the exit signs. If you are going to Lalandia, go along E47 all the way to exit 50 Rødbyhavn.
It might not be faster, but going by ferry via Scandlines Helsingborg-Helsingør can be a fantastic choice. The crossing time is approx. 20 minutes.
The fastest way to Lolland-Falster from Agder or Rogaland is by ferry from Kristiansand to Hirsthals. Follow the highways down through Jutland and across Funen, then along highway E47. If you are from anywhere else in Norway, it is faster to drive down through Sweden and go across the Øresund Bridge. From there, follow the highway until you it splits and go onto E47 which goes to both Falster and Lolland. If you are going to Marielyst, take exit 44 Eskilstrup and follow the roads south.
The DFDS ferry Oslo-Copenhagen is also a possibility.
To get to Lolland-Falster, you can either go by highway E20 or via the ferry between Langeland and Lolland. If you are going to West Lolland, the fastest is the ferry. The route is called Spodsbjerg-Tårs. Simply follow expressway 9 all the way to the ferry. If you are going anywhere else on Lolland-Falster, the fastest is to follow highway E20 until exit 40A. From here, go towards Næstved and Vordingborg until you reach highway E47 which you can follow all the way across Falster to Lolland.
The nearest big international airport is Copenhagen Airport (CPH). From the airport, you can rent a car or take a regional train to Nykøbing Falster. Listed below are several direct routes to Copenhagen Airport (CPH).
There is also Lolland-Falster Airport (MRW) which is an international airport. Currently, there are no permanent routes, however several airlines cooperate with the airport. Please contact Lolland-Falster Airport for information on airlines who can fly from eg. Hamburg or Aalborg.
Munich (MUN) - Copenhagen (CPH)
Berlin (TXL) - Copenhagen (CPH)
Hamburg (HAM) - Copenhagen (CPH)
Cologne/Bonn (CGN) - Copenhagen (CPH)
Stockholm (ARN) - Copenhagen (CPH)
Oslo (OSL) - Copenhagen (CPH)
Amsterdam (AMS) - Copenhagen (CPH)
London (LGW) - Copenhagen (CPH)
Zurich (ZRH) - Copenhagen (CPH)
There are great train connections to most cities on Lolland-Falster. If you travel from Norway or Sweden, you can take the train with DSB to Nykøbing Falster. From Nykøbing Falster, you can take another train towards Nakskov all the way across Lolland. From all train stations, there are busses which can take you to all the smaller towns.
If you travel through Germany, you can go via Rødbyhavn. If you are going to Marielyst or somewhere else on Falster, you can take the train to Nykøbing Falster and from here a bus. From Rødbyhavn you can also take a bus to many towns and cities on Lolland.