Gdansk Ferry Port
Gdańsk is one of Poland's oldest cities with a history going back a thousand years. It is the place where the World War II started and where the fall of Communism in Central Europe began. Together with neighbouring Gdynia and Sopot, Gdańsk forms a large metropolitan area called Trójmiasto (Tricity). This is a place not to be missed when visiting Poland. It is rich in cultural and architectural relics.
Sailing is a big thing for polish people, especially living by the Baltic Sea. Baltic Sea festivals take place in seven port cities: Gdańsk, Świnoujście, Rostock, Klaipėda, Karlskrona, Halmstad, and Sassnitz. Their main purpose is to promote maritime heritage and revive traditional Baltic shipping. If you own any shipping vessel - you're welcome to take part, and if not, you'll still have the opportunity to go on a cruise, tour yachts, or attend concerts, film screenings, and historical reconstructions. There are direct connections with the cities of Ystad, Stockholm, Karlskrona, Kopenhaga, Nynäshamn and Ronne. These links are very attractive for Scandinavian tourist with cars or on motorbikes or simply for travelers who want to spend an excellent weekend in one of the Polish resorts by the Baltic Sea.
The Gdansk port
The Gdansk port is a major international transportation hub situated in the central part of the southern Baltic coast. It is divided into two parts: the inner port and the outer port. The inner port offers a comprehensive range of terminals and facilities designed to handling containerised cargo, passenger ferries and Ro-Ro vessels, passenger cars and citrus fruit, sulphur, phosphorites and other bulk. The outer port performs its operations on piers, quays and cargo handling jetties situated immediately on the waters of the Gulf of Gdansk. You can find a port address in Gdansk on this page.
Mjr. Sucharskiego 70 street (Westerplatte Ferry Terminal), 80-602 Gdansk, Poland