Szczecin is a Polish city near the country's border with Germany, and is featured in the initial release of Euro Truck Simulator 2 (ETS 2).

Features Edit

Three companies have depots in Szczecin: Euro Goodies, ITCC and Transinet.

Facilities present in Szczecin include a garage, a hotel, a recruitment agency, a service shop, and a small Mercedes-Benz truck dealer.

Connections Edit

Despite being a Polish city, the only major road connection to Szczecin in ETS 2 is a German road – the Bundesautobahn 11 connects the city to Berlin, the German capital. There's a junction on this highway, where a minor road branches northwest towards Rostock.

At the initial release of ETS 2, a minor road runs east of Szczecin towards Poznań. The Going East DLC introduces a northbound and a southbound minor road meeting near Szczecin:

Trivia Edit

Germany A11 Stettin sign

German road signs still refer Szczecin as Stettin

Szczecin, like many cities in western Poland, was part of Germany until the end of World War II. As such, German signs in ETS 2 use Stettin, the German (and Swedish) name of the city, to guide drivers.

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