If you have booked an accommodation in Frankfurt Oder and are curious about the area beyond the border river, we recommend a trip to the Polish Baltic Sea! The coast is only 3 hours away by car and you can admire the beautiful landscape of the Lower Oder Valley National Park on the way.

Enjoy the sea and benefit from the cheaper prices on the Polish coast. For example, did you know that the oldest lido on the island of Usedom is the Polish Świnoujście (Swinoujscie)? In addition to the beach, visit the city center with its time-honored villas, take a free ferry to the district on the Wolin peninsula and admire the highest lighthouse on the Baltic Sea coast.

If you drive a little further along the coast, you will come to Międzyzdroje (Międzyzdroje). In this lively seaside resort, you should definitely visit the beach promenade and try the freshly caught fish that is offered here at stands and in restaurants. During the day the beach offers the finest sand and bathing pleasure, in the evening the breakwater becomes a party promenade. Nature lovers will find the Wisentpark Międzyzdroje not far from here with enchanted hiking trails and a show facility, in which the forest dwellers can be viewed up close.

If you feel like a larger city now, visit the district town Kołobrzeg (Kolberg). Here you will find everything a spa town can offer: a large beach promenade with market stalls, a great old town, but also brine springs and medicinal bogs. Or drive a little further, to the so-called summer capital of Poland, to Sopot (Sopot). Here you will find restaurants, cafes and music bars without end, because Sopot never sleeps in summer.

Let yourself be enchanted by the Polish Baltic Sea and its cities – and come back to your hotel in Frankfurt Oder .