Taking a boat to travel to other countries, including Poland, has become less popular when compared to previous years. This is the result of changing traveling trends and very attractive airline price offers. Many people, however, still choose to go by sea, mostly because of the wonderful experience and adventure such a voyage can bring.

Ferry services

Tourists wanting to go to Poland by sea can take advantage of various promotional and low tariffs when buying tickets. They are also lured by the luxurious ferries and friendly service, comfortable interiors and the wide choice of on-board attractions. The possibility of purchasing goods at duty-free shops is an additional benefit of crossings by ferry.

Voyage to Poland

The most popular passenger sea routes connect Poland with the Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. The length of the voyage depends not only on the distance but also on the ship-owner. As a rule a sea crossing lasts from one to two days.
Poland has direct connections with the cities of Ystad, Stockholm, Karlskrona, Kopenhaga, Nynäshamn and Rønne. These links are very attractive for Scandinavian tourist with cars or on motorbikes or simply for travelers who want to spend an excellent weekend in one of the Polish resorts by the Baltic Sea.

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