Obligation to cover the mouth and nose in public places.
In connection with introduction of new regulations in order to prevent spreading epidemic of the coronavirus – compulsory covering mouth and nose in public places. We would like to inform that any passenger from Thursday, April 16, 2020, staying in the public places of the ferry must wear a mask, scarf or head scarf that covers the mouth and nose. The rule applies to all passengers and crew members. We also inform about the possibility of buying masks in stores and receptions on ferries.
Due to the threat of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic the Polish Maritime Administration decided to introduce a Passenger Information Sheet. All passengers traveling by ferry from Sweden to Poland are asked to fill out this form in detail. Information from Passenger Information Sheet will help public health officers to contact you if you were exposed to a communicable disease. It is important to fill out this form completely and accurately. Your information is intended to be held in accordance with applicable laws and used only for public health purposes. In the case of children, this form is to be completed by adults.The Passenger Information Sheet can be obtained at the Ferry Terminal Services in Sweden, it can be also printed – download a PDF download a PDF .
There is currently a risk for Corona infection in Denmark. We therefore ask you, to the extent possible, to use telephone +45 44 45 12 80 and e-mail email@example.com to get in touch with us.
You can physically visit our office Monday to Friday between 10:00-14:00.
On our website we will continuously inform you about opening hours.
Customers who need help with changing tickets or information on current sailing schedules, are asked to contact us via email and leave phone number. We will respond as soon as possible.
We offer the easiest and at the same time the cheapest way to travel to Poland.
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Low-cost carrier Ryanair has announced that it will resume flights between Denmark and Poland.
The first departure to Gdansk from Copenhagen will be on July 1. The next day you can get to Poznan from Billund, and on July 3 you can fly to Krakow from Copenhagen. The company also announces that there will be fewer passengers on the aircraft and that both security and health checks can be expected at the airports.
Wizz Air has not announced when it plans to resume flights, but it is likely to happen at the same moment that it will be allowed to fly between Denmark and Poland.
From 04.05.2020 Polish citizens traveling back to Poland are exempted from the obligation of 14-day quarantine if their travel abroad was part of their business, professional trip or work in Poland or in a neighbouring country.
From April 14, 2020 to May 6, bus 866 will run:
-departures from Copenhagen (Bernstorffsgade):
- Every day at 10:35
- Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday at 16:35
- Friday-Saturday-Sunday at 18:35
-departures from Ystad:
- Every day at 08:00
- Friday-Saturday-Sunday at 20:00
To protect your health, due to Coronavirus disease, public health officers kindly ask you to complete this form. Your information will help public health officers to contact you if you were exposed to a communicable disease. It is important to fill out this form completely and accurately.
Your information is intended to be held in accordance with applicable laws and used only for public health purposes.
In the case of children, this form is to be completed by adults.
Thank You for helping us to protect your health
Suntago is located in Węcza (approx. 60 km from Warsaw).
The grand opening of Suntago Water Park will take place on February 20, 2020.
From now on TT-Line will provide you with more departures between Trelleborg and Klaipeda! With up to four departures per week, the connection to the Baltic states will be even smoother.
Lithuania has a lot to offer! The land of wood and water is a nature-lover’s delight, yet does not disappoint with baroque buildings or its native cuisine. Lithuania’s national parks are made for outdoor activities like climbing, hiking, cycling or kayaking. Explore the stunning landscape your preferred way.
The wetlands of the Nemunas Delta, on the eastern edge of the Curonian lagoon south of Klaipeda, are a prime destination for birds and birders. Don’t miss the Curonian Spit – a long, thin sand-dune spit along the Baltic Sea coastline which extends some 60 km south of the town of Klaipeda all the way to Kaliningrad.
The port of Klaipeda is the perfect starting point to begin your adventure to Lithuania or even its neighbor states Latvia and Estonia.
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Our opening hours have changed.
From 18/05/2020 our business hours for customers who want to visit us in person are Monday-Friday from 10.00 am to 14.00.
The office will be closed on Friday, June 5, Constitution Day.
You can contact us either by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +45 44 45 12 80.
We are located at Skolegade 2 B - there is a possibility to park your car right next to our office or you can just take a train, it's only 3 minutes walk from Valby station.
We look forward to hearing from you!