Discover the beauty of the Polish coastline
The Polish coastline is a perfect place to relax. It welcomes guests with a calm atmosphere and warm, regional heart. Pomerania offers everyone a moment to take a breath and admire the surroundings. Beautiful and colorful gardens, calm forests, quiet lakes, sandy beaches, cultural heritage and kind people will make your stay unforgettable. Poles, like other Slavs, are naturally hospitable, which is confirmed even by Polish proverbs. They always welcome their guests with real joy and genuine warmth.
Pomorskie is one of the most attractive and best-developing regions of the country. Due to its location near the Baltic Sea (the length of the coastline is 316 km), Pomorskie offers excellent relaxation and a variety of activities connected to nature.
Besides having a diverse natural topography, Pomorskie is also a multicultural region. Remarkable historical and geographic circumstances have encouraged its people to be open-minded and hospitable.
Pomorskie is a land friendly to everyone: its people, tourists and entrepreneurs.
Travel to Gdansk and Gdynia region, Poland
When traveling to a destination abroad or at your homeland you can choose between different transport modes which all have different impacts on the environment. The suggestion below outlines the most environmentally friendly way to travel to Poland from some neighboring countries.
The best way of traveling from:
- Kalmar Region Sweden – you can reach the ferry terminal in Karlskrona with public transportation. From there travel by ferry to Gdynia, followed by public transportation to your final destination.
- Vogelparkregion Recknitztal, Germany – you are able to do most of the travel by train. Make sure you check timetables and connections.
- Klaipeda, Lithuania – travel by coach bus or train, from Klaipeda – Vilnius – Warsaw – Gdansk/Gdynia. The trip is rather long so prepare your self-care package, healthy snack and a nice book for your wellbeing journey.
- Denmark – one way to reach Pomorskie is to travel through Sweden and take the ferry from Karlskrona to Gdynia. Then use public transportation to reach your final destination. A longer route is to travel by ferry from Copenhagen to Świnoujście, or by train through Germany.
Make sure you check timetables and connections. If you travel by ferry, we highly recommend to pre-book your tickets.