There are different ways to reach the Baltic Sea. Airline connections with and between Germany, Lithuania, Denmark and Poland are excellent. Flight connections are easy to reach thanks to airports among others in: Hamburg, Berlin, Kopenhagen, Warszawa, Gdansk, Kaliningrad, Riga and Vilnius.
Between Germany, Lithuania, Denmark and Poland there are many ferry connections across the Baltic Sea. Companies offering ferry travel to and from Germany, Denmark, Lithuania and Poland are amongst others Scandlines, TT-Lines, Stenaline and Polferries.
The railway network is also well established. Domestic and international Railway routes enable you to reach most of the cities and towns at the Baltic Sea.
Danish State Railways (DSB) operate on a dense rail network. The Lithuanian rail is called JSC Lithuanian Railways (JSC „Lietuvos geležinkeliai“). The German Rail DB (Deutsche Bahn) has direct connections from many cities in Germany and also from abroad. Germany's first private mainline train - the InterConnex - connects Leipzig and Berlin with Rostock. The Polish carrier Polskie Koleje Państwowe (PKP) offers express connections (Intercity) as well as regional and fast trains, both domestic and international. Railway travel enables you to reach most of the cities and towns in Poland.
By car you can easily reach your holiday destination on the German, Polish, Danish and Lithuanian coast by using well-developed roads and road networks. At airports, in bigger towns and cities you can as well rent a car.