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Ferries Gdynia

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The port of Gdynia is a Polish port situated on the Western coast of Gdańsk Bay; it is one of the largest ports in Poland

Until 1920, Gdynia was a simple fishing village, until it was chosen for the purpose of creating a base for the military fleet; over the years it has been considerably expanded and modernized, and today it represents an important commercial port.

Gdynia's port serves one ferry connection to SwedenThe ferry from Gdynia to Karlskrona is the only route offered by the Polish port, and it connects the port of Gdynia to the Swedish town of Karlskrona. Stena Line is the ferry company that operates the Gdynia Karlskrona route, providing up to 17 weekly departures all year round. The crossing takes about 10 hours.

The ferry terminal is located inside the port complex; if you are travelling from the city centre, it is a 10-15 minutes drive. Alternatively, you can take the bus from the main railway station, there is a departure every 20 minutes. Free parking lots are available for passengers.

Gdynia ferries About Gdynia

Gdynia is a city in Northern Poland, situated on Gdańsk Bay, on the coast of the Baltic Sea; along with Gdańsk, it is the main seaport of the country. The city is relatively modern; until 1920 it was a small fishing village. It was expanded during the Polish – Soviet war in order to create an independent port. Afterwards, the Polish built a city around the new seaport. Today, it has more than 20,000 residents and, together with Gdańsk and Sopot, forms a metropolitan area called the Tricity.

∙ Gdynia is famous for its international summer events such as the Gdynia Summer Jazz Days and the Polish Film Festival. The city boasts a tourist area that extends around the Poludniowe Pier: here you can visit many interesting museums such as the City Museum and the Nautical Museum, full of models and reproductions, and an original warship that can also be visited from the inside.

∙ Although recently developed, Gdynia still offers some old buildings to visit: the church of St. Michael the Archangel, the oldest church in Gdynia, and the neo-Gothic Manor House, dating back to the 17th century. In the port area, you can visit two museum ships and the Emigration Museum. Worth a visit is the Stone Mountain (Kamienna Gora), a hill in the heart of the city from where you can enjoy splendid views over the bay and relax in the surrounding park.

∙ With the ferries to Gdynia you will be a stone's throw from the famous city of Gdańsk, characterized by a thousand-year history. You can walk through the narrow streets of the old town, admiring the Gothic and Renaissance architecture, visit numerous monuments and places of historical interest. The main street of the city is the Ulica Dluga, characterized by large colourful buildings decorated uniquely. In the middle of the street is the Neptune fountain, a symbol of Gdańsk's connection with the sea. The Beer Street offers a profusion of restaurants where you can taste local specialities, such as pierogi, excellent dumplings with sweet or salty filling, or bigos, a meat and sauerkraut dish very popular in the cold season.

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How to reach the boardings

Address: ul. Polska 4, Gdynia, Poland

GPS Coordinates: 54°32'48.0"N 18°30'10.3"E

Reaching the ferry terminal by car is possible by using the A1 expressway. One of the easiest ways to get to the Stena Line Terminal is taking the bus from the Gdynia train station to the ferry terminal, thanks to the direct connection provided. Gdynia train station is well connected to many destinations in Poland.

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