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Świnoujście

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Świnoujście is a port town on the northern coast of Poland, near the German border. It is situated at the north coast of the islands Wolin and Uznam at a wide sandy beach. It is known historically by its German name, Swinemuende.

Get in

By plane

  • International Szczecin-Goleniow airport [1], Heringsdorf [2] or Berlin.

By car


By train

  • PKP [3] from Poland, UBB/DB [4] from Germany.

By bus

By boat and ferry

From a ferry crossing Świnoujście Warszów (“Bielik” ferries only for inhabitants) may use passenger cars and lorries with maximum weight up to 2.2 tons. In hours from 4:00 to 22:00 may use only vehicles having letters beginning with ZSW on licence plates or ID stickers on front windows. On weekdays from 22:00 to 4:00 and on weekends ie. Friday from 17:00 to 4:00 Monday may use all passenger cars and lorries with maximum weight up to 2.2 tons.


  • Polferries [6] connects to Ystad, Sweden daily, about an hours drive from Copenhagen over the Øresund bridge (remember the €39 bridge toll though).

Get around

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Sleep

Get out

On the island Wolin:

  • Wolinski Nationalpark
  • Game reserve of wisents
  • 93 meter high cliff of Gosan
  • Kawcza Gora Mountain
  • Sea resort Miedzyzdroje
  • Sea resort Dziwnow
  • Ancient town of Wolin (town)
  • Medieval town of Lubin

On the mainland:

In Germany:


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