The Ronne - Koge service was operated by BornholmerFærgen.
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The Danish town of Ronne is located on the island of Bornholm which lies in the Baltic Sea. The small island, measuring around 29 sq. km, has around 11,500 residents and a natural harbour. Because of its harbour, and as a result of its Baltic Sea location, the town's history has been influenced by both the Germans and Swedish since the town was founded as a herring fishing port. Today, it is a popular visitor destination with most visitors coming from Denmark, Germany, Poland and Sweden. Visitors enjoy wandering around the town's cobbled streets, visiting the museums and taking in the splendid half-timbered houses. There are two streets in the town that are of particular importance. Laksegade and Storegade both have many historic houses which were once home to the town's noblemen and merchants. Also of interest in the town include the Defence Museum, the Bornholm Museum, the Smedegards rising school, ST Nicolas' Church and the 19th century lighthouse.
ferries from the town's harbour connect Ronne to the rest of Denmark and also to Koge, Ystad, Sassnitz and Swinoujscie. Fast catamarans also operate to Ystad which provide onward rail connections to Copenhagen.
The Danish town of Koge lies on the coast of the Bay of Koge (Koge Bugt) and is situated roughly 40 km to the south west of the Danish capital, Copenhagen. The town's harbour and its important geographic location has had an important effect on its history and prosperity. Visitors to the town love to explore its streets and take in its charming atmosphere. The old town has many examples of half timbered houses and popular attractions include Koge Church, the Church of St. Nicolas, Koge Mini Tower, Koge Art Gallery and Koge Marina. Generally speaking there are a number of lovely cultural experiences for all of the family to enjoy.
Ferry services using the town's port provide connections to Ronne on the island of Bornholm. The port is easily accessed via Copenhagen and Rodby via the quick Danish motorway system and also provides a regular bus service and taxi rank to the city centre.