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BY CAR
BY CAR

Four important roads (Nos. 1, 5, 6 and 7) meet close to Sopot leading to the west, south and east of Poland. Sopot and the whole metropolitan area have access to the A-1, which is part of the European transport corridor leading from Scandinavia to the countries bordering the Mediterranean. In recent years, a lot of attention has been paid to improving communication within the metropolitan area and a common metropolitan ticket has been introduced.

www.autostradaa1.pl

BY PLANE
BY PLANE

Rapid communication with the world is provided by the nearby Lech Walesa International Airport.

The dynamic growth of air traffic in recent years is the result of Polish accession to the European Union and the liberalisation of the passenger air traffic. A dozen national and low cost carriers now offers regular flights to 35 cities located in the European Union (flight information at: www.airport.gdansk.pl). The construction of a new passenger terminal T2, aircraft parking and taxiway allowed the airport to target 5 million passengers a year. Thanks to investment in the airport the accessibility of Sopot both nationally and internationally has improved.

 

www.airport.gdansk.pl

BY FERRY
BY FERRY

Thanks to its location in the centre of the metropolitan area of Gdansk, Sopot makes use of the opportunities afforded it by being at a crossroads of important transport routes leading to Poland from western and northern Europe and onto central and eastern Europe. Neighbouring Gdansk and Gdynia provide access to two modern ports offering regular ferry connections to Scandinavia (Karlskrona, Nynäshamn) and direct shipping services including Container and Ro-Ro services to most of the globe (more information on www.polferries.pl and www.stenaline.pl).

 

As well as these, during the summer season water trams connect the cities and towns of Gdansk, Gdynia, Sopot and Hel. Specialist depots can handle all kinds of goods and a large number of brokers, freight forwarders and transport companies ensure the efficient and safe transport of goods to any place in Poland and all over the world. Running a business in Sopot allows you to take advantage of the dynamically expanding logistical options available in the metropolitan Area, which facilitate the packaging and distribution of goods in the region. Under construction is also the Pomeranian Logistics Centre, which is expected to be the largest complex of warehouses, office and production buildings in northern Poland (covering a total area of 110 hectares).

www.stenaline.pl/ferries

 

 

 

BY TRAIN
BY TRAIN

Sopot is connected to international railway routes, for example to Bratislava and Prague in the south, and Berlin in the west. Sopot also has direct connections to most major Polish cities.

 

www: pkp.pl