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The Swinoujscie Ronne ferry route connects Poland with Bornholm and is currently operated by 2 ferry companies. The Polferries service runs up to 1 times per week with a sailing duration of around 6 hours while the TT Line service runs up to 1 times per week with a duration from 5 hours.
So that’s a combined 2 sailings on offer per week on the Swinoujscie Ronne route between Poland and Bornholm. Compare now and get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.
The Polish city and port of Swinoujscie lies on the Baltic Sea coast and on the Szczecin Lagoon, in the north west of the country. Most of the city is built on the islands of Usedom and Wolin, but also on other smaller islands, with the largest being Karsibor island. The German resort of Ahlbeck on Usedom is a close neighbour of Swinoujscie and are linked by a road and a promenade that is 12 km long.
Interesting sights in the city include the Museum of Deep Sea Fishing which is located in the former town hall. The museum's exhibits contain a history of sea fishing, sea animals, the town and its surrounding area and old navigation equipment. Also in the city is the Angel's Fort which was built between 1845 and 1858 and is a replica of Hadrian's Mausoleum in Rome. Concerts and art exhibitions are held at the Western Fort which was built between 1843–1863. The Fort has been modernised a few times in the past, and from after World War II until 1962 it was the headquarters of the Red Army.
Swinoujscie has the largest and most modern ferry terminal in Poland, with regular connections to destinations in Denmark and Sweden.
Located on the island of Bornholm, also known as the “Pearl of the Baltic”, Ronne is officially part of Denmark although it is in fact closer to Sweden, Poland and Germany and combines the cultures of the entire Baltic region. Ronne is a great place to escape to and relax whilst taking in its beautiful landscape and immersing yourself in its charming slower pace of life. The city's older districts have been popular with tourists for a number of years and of particular interest are the streets of Laksegade and Storegade which have a number of historic houses that were once home to the city's merchants and noblemen. Popular landmarks include the Bornholm Museum, the Defence Museum, St. Nicolas' Church, the Smedegards Riding School and the lighthouse which was built in 1880. The city is quite compact and can easily be explored on foot.
Ronne is connected to the rest of Denmark and to the outside world by ferry services to Koge, Ystad, Sassnitz and Swinoujscie. There is also a high speed catamaran link to Ystad which connects to a direct train link between Ystad and Copenhagen.