Karlskrona ferry port in Sweden connects you with Gdynia in Poland with a choice of up to 16 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Karlskrona to Gdynia crossing is from 10 hours 30 minutes and the crossing is operated by Stena Line.
King Karl XI, whose statue stands in the square, founded the town in 1680 to strengthen control over the Baltic. The town is situated on 33 islands. Wide streets and monumental buildings provide classical purity and baroque splendour. During the reign of King Gustav III, ships were built under the supervision of the Master Shipwright Fredrik Henrik af Chapman. Karlskrona has experienced the strongest growth in IT in Sweden. The TelecomCity network has been developed, as has Blekinge Institute of Technology, which has a high profile in IT and research. The geographical position is favourable, and several of the town’s industrial companies operate globally. Sweden’s southernmost archipelago offers glorious swimming and boating. Karlskrona is alive with enterprise. Nevertheless, the fortifications have remained virtually untouched since the beginning of the eighteenth century.