Ferries to Poland

Travel by ferry to Poland! Travelling to Poland couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Poland holiday rested and without stress.

Poland can be reached from Sweden from Karlskrona, Nynäshamn, Trelleborg and Ystad. There is also a ferry connection from Bornholm (Rönne). On the Polish side, the ports of Gdynia, Gdansk and Swinoujscie are served.

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All ferries to Poland

Here you find all current ferry connections to Poland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Trelleborg – Swinoujscie ferry Ferry from Sweden to Poland 9 times a week
6 hours
TT-Line
Ferry Ystad – Swinoujscie Ferry from Sweden to Poland 3 times a day
6 hours 5 minutes
Ferry Rönne – Swinoujscie Ferry from Bornholm to Poland 1 time a week
6 hours
TT-Line
Ferry Nynashamn – Gdansk Ferry from Sweden to Poland 7 times a week
18 hours
Ferry Karlskrona – Gdynia Ferry from Sweden to Poland 3 times a day
116 minutes
Stena Line

All ferries from Poland

Here you find all current ferry connections from Poland.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Swinoujscie – Trelleborg ferry Ferry from Poland to Sweden 9 times a week
6 hours 5 minutes
TT-Line
Ferry Swinoujscie – Rönne Ferry from Poland to Bornholm 1 time a week
6 hours
TT-Line
Ferry Swinoujscie – Ystad Ferry from Poland to Sweden 19 times a week
6 hours 30 minutes
Ferry Gdansk – Nynashamn Ferry from Poland to Sweden 7 times a week
18 hours
Ferry Gdynia – Karlskrona Ferry from Poland to Sweden 3 times a day
9 hours 31 minutes
Stena Line

Ferry ports in Poland

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Poland here.

Ports
Gdansk
Gdynia
Swinoujscie

Travel guide Poland

Holiday in Poland

528 kilometres of Baltic coastline, 23 national parks and varied landscapes – all this awaits travellers to Poland. The cities inspire with historic old towns, the castles and palaces of the country are fabulously beautiful. Islands and endless sandy beaches promise relaxing holidays by the sea. What more could you want? Maybe some tasty pierogi…


TOP excursion destinations in Poland

History and modernity meet in Poland’s capital Warsaw. In the historical part, the market square, cathedral, palaces and royal palace are inspiring. Along the Vistula it is possible to stroll wonderfully and the museums preserve the eventful history of the city. Modern Warsaw can be seen around the Palace of Culture and Science. Built by Stalin, an observation deck 114 meters above the ground offers a magnificent view.

Krakow awaits its guests with a medieval old town, beautiful town houses and the former royal residence Wawel. The magnificent castle is located in the middle of the city, buildings from different architectural eras frame here the Italian courtyard. Beautiful!

Wroclaw is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. The colourful town houses on the market square are probably best enjoyed over a cosy cup of coffee. A stroll through the “Venice of the East” takes you over bridges and canals to the town hall, the cathedral island and more than 600 Wroclaw dwarfs.

For those who love castles and palaces, Mariánské Lázn? is one of the most beautiful and spectacular sights in Poland. Built from the 13th century onwards, today it is considered the largest brick building in Europe. The outer castle, middle castle and high castle can be visited. The castle also houses an amber museum.

The mountain monastery of Jasna Góra is considered the spiritual centre of Poland. It was founded in 1382 and is still inhabited by monks today. Believers for centuries pilgrimage to the most sacred relic of the country – the “Black Madonna”. It brought prosperity and baroque splendour to the monastery.

The Wieliczka Salt Mine is a 135-metre descent. Construction of the shaft began as early as the 13th century. Visitors can expect salt lakes, chambers, salt sculptures and exciting stories about the extraction of salt along the three-kilometre “tourist route”. It should be noted that in the course of a guided tour more than 800 steps have to be climbed.

The Tatra National Park was officially established in 1954. Hikers and mountaineers will find here the highest mountain in the country – Rysy with a height of 2,499 meters. A wealth of wildlife lives in the park’s endless forests and rugged mountain landscapes, including brown bears, lynx and wolves.

The Slowinski National Park is located on the Baltic coast. Here, forests, sandy beaches and shifting sand dunes up to 42 metres high characterise the landscape. A 35-kilometre-long hiking trail runs along the coast and connects the two towns of Stolpmünde and Leba.


Entry requirements

Entry into Poland is possible for German citizens with an identity card and (children’s) passport. All documents must be valid during the entire stay. You do not need a visa.


Alternative travel options

As a neighbouring country, Poland can be reached regularly and quickly from Germany by car, bus, train and plane. Here, individual holiday planning is probably the decisive factor.


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