Świnoujście

Świnoujście is a port town and seaside spa on the western Baltic coast of Poland, near the German border. It is situated at the north coast of the islands Wolin and Usedom (Uznam) at a wide sandy beach. It is known historically by its German name, Swinemünde. It is directly bordering the German Kaiserbad.

Get in

By plane

By car

By train

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 i.e. Friday from 17:00 to 4:00 Monday may use all passenger cars and lorries with maximum weight up to 2.2 tons.

Get around

See

Drink

There are several lively clubs and bars in Świnoujście that provide a bustling nightlife, especially during the summer season. Jazz Bars, rock clubs, pubs are all there - not to mention the lively seaside promenade. Right on the beach, there are several beach bars and a dance club.

A new cinema will open by 2015 in the Galeria Świnoujście, a mall in the city center.

Bars in Świnoujście:

Clubs/discos in Swinoujscie:

Brothels/gogo bars in Swinoujscie:

Date: September 2014

Go next

On the island Wolin:

On the mainland:

In Germany:

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