The price of flying back to Poland is continuing to soar high, so why not take a more relaxed approach to your journey? With DFDS Seaways you can travel to Amsterdam from Newcastle daily, staying overnight in an en suite cabin, with plenty of live onboard entertainment.
Ferry from UK to Poland
Prices for one car plus 2 passengers start from just £149 – so already you’ve got extra spending money! The ferry departs from Newcastle in the North East of England at 5pm, meaning that your North Sea crossing is overnight. Whilst onboard you can enjoy a meal in our restaurants, a drink in the bar or watch the live entertainment. All bookings include an en suite cabin for when you are ready to take a rest...
One of the other advantages we found for travelling by ferry, is that they don’t have the same luggage restrictions as the airlines. One of the ways the prices increased for flights to Poland when we were researching was that there were extra charges for adding luggage to the booking. The only limit is how much you are able to carry and fit in your car.
Once you arrive in Amsterdam, your journey has only just started... With stunning German, Dutch and Scandinavian countryside to drive through, you will be on the road around 12 hours before reaching Warsaw, enjoying a comfortable and very scenic drive. Warsaw is 844 miles from Amsterdam, Wroclaw (617 miles) and Gdansk (745 miles).
Not travelling with a car? Don’t worry, DFDS Seaways is still the best way for you to get home to Poland. The Dutch port of Ijmuiden is close to Amsterdam which has direct train services to Szczecin in Poland. With a choice of foot passenger, cyclist and motorcyclist ferry tickets available, however you choose to travel, taking the ferry to Holland with DFDS Seaways makes your journey to Poland much more relaxed and enjoyable.
Travelling by ferry to Poland via Holland or Denmark may not be the quickest journey available, it will be much cheaper than flying.