Getting in and around - Transport

Sopot can be reached by:


Arrival to Sopot is possible by exits from the motorway S6 as well as directly from centres of Gdynia and Gdańsk via route 468. During summer season traffic in downtown Sopot is quite dense. Parking is metered and charged in the centre. For coaches, two parking lots have been made available.

Charges in metered parking zone

Parking for coaches


The Lech Walesa airport in Gdańsk is ca. 10 km away from town centre. It offers flights to numerous cities around Europe. Yearly 4 mln passengers board planes in the airport.

How to get to Sopot from the airport?


Sopot is situated along a railway line connected to international network. Direct connections are available to most large cities of Poland and once a day to Berlin.

Train station is located in the town centre, about a kilometre from the beach.

The two platforms of the Sopot station have different purpose: platform 1 serves local trains (SKM) and platform 2 long-distance trains.

Lifts for the disabled and carrying large luggage may be found at both sides of the platforms.

Train platforms are aligned to North-South line. The northern exit is closer to town centre, however then it opens to both West (to Podjazd street) and East (to Chopina street). There are three ticket dispenser machines at the northern exit. The station hall is at the eastern side of the northern exit.

Left-luggage cabinets are located in the station hall, next to the ticket desks.

SKM tickets point is located at the southern exit.


The Sopot marina doesn’t carry out regular passenger service.

It is open April through October for boats if free quay is available. It can accept about 100 vessels of maximum length up to 24 metres and draft to 4 metres. Prices start from 50 PLN per day for smallest vessels. One-hour stop is free of charge. Additional amenities include a toilet and waste disposal. There is no access for vehicles. The closest ports with full infrastructure are located in Gdynia and Gdańsk.

From May till the end of September passenger service to Hel is offered by Żegluga Gdańska. Sopot can be reached on a ship of this owner also from Gdańsk within the months above:

Gdańsk: 11.30, 14.30, 17.15 ⇛ Sopot: 13.00, 16.00, 18.30 ⇛ Gdańsk

Sopot: 11.00, 15.00 ⇛ Hel: 13.00, 17.00 ⇛ Sopot

Tickets for Żegluga Gdańska ships cost 30 PLN (~ 6.67 EUR). They may be purchased at two tickets offices: at the end and the beginning of the pier. They are usually open through most of the day.


Regular ferry service is offered from ports in Gdańsk and Gdynia.

  • Karlskrona ⇛ Gdynia : Stenaline
  • Nynäshamn ⇛ Gdańsk : Polferries

How to get around Sopot?

Bus lines

Bicycle rental


SKM (Fast City Train) connects Sopot to stations in Gdynia and Gdańsk as well as further away towns. Trains leave several times per hour. Journey to Gdańsk takes 21 minutes, and to Gdynia 15 minutes.

How to buy SKM train tickets?

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