Trasportation in Poland


The transportation system in Poland like many other European countries is advanced and efficient. Most Polish cities and towns have well developed local transportation system Poland shares its borders with 8 regions and it is easy to travel to other countries as well inside Poland.

WITHIN CITY

Buses and Trams: The prices for both changes from city to city. The best way to find the route is to use Google Maps or Jakdojade

You have to buy tickets using ticket vending machines on the bus or tram station or you can buy it online using your banking application. If you cannot do both, you can buy tickets from the driver once you get on the bus/tram.

You can check ticket prices these websites:

Travel in Warsaw

Travel in Poznań

Travel in Katowice

Travel in Łódź

Travel in Krakow

Travel in Wrocław

Travel in Gdańsk

Note: You are entitled to 50% student discount if you are aged 25 or less and aged 35 or less for the PhD student.

TRAVELING TO DIFFERENT POLISH CITIES

Train

The train is by far the best and the fastest option, they are comfortable and run frequently throughout the day. You can buy the ticket from the station as well as online. It’s best to book in advance because you get additional discounts.

To check the train tickets and book online: PKP Intercity

Note: You are entitled to 51% student discount if you are aged 25 or less and aged 35 or less for the PhD student.

Buses

The most popular bus option is Flixbus

TRAVELING TO OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES FROM POLAND

All major Polish cities have international airports which allow cheap travel within Europe through budget airlines like Ryanair and Wizzair. You can also use Flixbus to travel to neighbouring countries like Germany, Czechia(former Czech Republic), Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania.

The most popular bus option is Flixbus

NOTE: PLEASE CHECK THE VISA RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR EACH COUNTRY BEFORE TRAVELING