Karlskrona to Gdynia Ferry
The Karlskrona to Gdynia ferry connects Sweden to Poland and is operated by Stena Line. As well as comparing prices and times for Karlskrona to Gdynia, we will also show you results for Nynäshamn to Gdansk and Ystad to Swinoujscie to help you get from Sweden to Poland at the best time, for the best price.
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Karlskrona has many popular attractions, many relating to the city's naval heritage. The National Navy Museum has exhibitions depicting the Swedish Navy throughout history, and displays weapons, uniforms and shipyard handicrafts as well as a collection of 17th and 18th Century ship models and figureheads. Karlskrona is also home to the Blekinge Läns Museum (a museum of local history), and the Museum Leonardo Da Vinci Ideale. Every year in late July/early August a popular festival called The Sail takes place in the harbour of Karlskrona.
The town itself has plenty of historic sites, including the forts and walls of the city. The surrounding islands make a beautiful location in which to walk or tour by boat. The main square in Karlskrona is the biggest in Scandinavia, and the city is home to three 17th and 18th century churches, Fredrikskyrkan, Heliga Trefaldighetskyrkan and Amiralitetskyrkan. You can also visit the picturesque Wämö Park, which in summer plays host to markets, entertainment and much more.
Gdynia is a young city that has many cultural attractions, film festivals (the "Polish Cannes"), Summer Jazz concerts and the popular Musical Theatre. In June, Gdynia celebrates the "Marine Festival" which is famous internationally. Exploring the town and the harbour you will find many bars and restaurants and Gdynia also offers a buzzing night life.
The city was constructed after the seaport. Situated on Gdansk Bay, Gdynia is now a dynamic city with nearly 260,000 inhabitants and it is Poland's "window to the world". Situated on a scenic coastal landscape and with the forest on the hills around it, Gdynia offers a great variety of outdoor activities.
In Gdynia there are activities such as walking, cycling, diving courses and expeditions, as well as mountain bike competitions and motor boat driving lessons. Furthermore, in Gdynia you can enjoy the beautiful beach awarded in 2005 with the prestigious Blue Flag.