Ferry to Poland from the UK
Taking a ferry to Poland from England is the stress free way of travelling, and offers a range of benefits over flying, including a much larger luggage allowance.
DFDS Seaways provide a daily overnight ferry crossing between Newcastle and Amsterdam in Holland. There is a range of single and return ferry tickets available with prices from only £29pp. Amsterdam is well connected by both road and rail, and is ideal for onward travel to Poland. If you've never visited Poland before, have a look at our travel blogs section for more information on places to visit and things to do.
Why take a ferry to Poland?
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The ferry port in Holland (Ijmuiden) is close to Amsterdam where there are direct train services to Szczecin in Poland. It is also easy to travel to Poland with your car, as there are good motorways and main roads. It take about 12 hours to drive from Amsterdam to Warsaw travelling through beautiful German and Polish countryside on route. The price for car plus two passengers onboard the ferry to Amsterdam is from only £149 one way.
No baggage restrictions.
It is far easier to travel to Poland by ferry with your car than choosing to fly, because you can relax as soon as you drive onboard the ferry. There are no baggage restrictions which means you can take as much luggage as you like, and no hidden costs. The ferry crossings are overnight and whilst onboard you can enjoy a meal in our restaurants, a drink in the bar or watch the live entertainment. At the end of the night a comfortable en-suite cabin awaits you.
This ensures that you awake refreshed the next day ready to continue on your onward journey to Poland.
You can also travel on the Harwich-Denmark ferry
DFDS Seaways also sail from Harwich to Denmark where car plus two people prices start from £249 one way. This service operates all year around on alternate days.
The SIRENA SEAWAYS sails to Esbjerg in Denmark which is well connected to transport routes and it also takes approximately 12 hours to drive from the port to Warsaw.
Those travelling back to the UK will find that both Harwich and Newcastle are well connected by road and rail to all parts of England and Scotland including the capitals London and Edinburgh.