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Ferries to Poland

Poland is a large parliamentary republic in Central Europe, with a long coastline facing the Baltic Sea and a population of more than 38.5 million people. Covering over 312,000 square kilometres, it’s bordered by several countries while encompassing many different landscapes.

Battered by the Second World War, Poland has transformed itself into Central Europe’s finest success story following the stifling Communist Rule which swept across the eastern continent after it was liberated from the Nazis. Today, it’s a forward-thinking, entrepreneurial powerhouse with skyscraper-studded skylines, particularly in the capital and financial hub of Warsaw.

Unchanged throughout history, however, is the Polish countryside. The fourth most forested country in Europe comprises sweeping flats, over 2 million private farms and low-lying mountains on the southern border. Protected by 23 national parks, the nature in Poland is supremely untouched, with lengthy walking trails guiding you along winding rivers, around sparkling lakes and through mountainous valleys. This is not to mention the spellbinding structures of both ruinous and fully functioning castles dotting the hilltops, with red-brick fortresses contrasting spectacularly against emerald green meadows.

Poland’s cities are equally enthralling. Krakow, the cultural capital, has poignant stories within its museums, beautiful churches around every corner and the largest market square in Europe. As one of the country’s most iconic cities, its centre has been recognised by UNESCO and placed on the World Heritage Site List. The official capital city, Warsaw, sits on the Vistula River, boasting a wonderfully restored Old Town designed in the style of Canaletto’s classicist paintings, with almost every building dated to the post-war era.

With its only coastline on the Baltic Sea, all ferries to Poland come from Scandinavia, given the relatively short distance between the two. This part of the world produces some of the most luxurious operators around, ensuring comfort and ease of travel, while offering regular sailings to the Polish port cities of Gdansk and Swinoujscie.

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Poland reviews

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  • "Trip to Scotland "

    From booking online to arriving in Cairnryan, we had a smooth , friendly and comfortable journey onboard the ferry. The staff could not have been more friendly and going on and off the ferry was very easy . Would highly recommend this service, and will definitely be using again.

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  • "Excellent Ferry experience"

    I was very pleased with the value for money and the facilities on my outbound and return journey. I did not have any food or encounter any staff.

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  • "Great crossing"

    First time on a ferry for a long time. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Seamless check in and boarding. Only gripe would be the meal going out was cold and therefore barely edible. Breakfast on way back was lovely. Comfortable seating and smooth crossing. Lovely way to travel. 

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