Public transport in Warsaw has a variety of means of transport to use. This includes buses, trams, metro and local trains. Thus, public transport in Warsaw enables you to get to any place in the city.
Poznan Airport (Lawica Airport) is located about 7 kilometres west of Poznan city centre. This is the only airport near Poznan, and although it’s not the biggest airport in Poland, it has been serving more and more passengers every year. It is conveniently connected with the old town by public transport, but you need to change from bus to tram on the way.
Public transport in Poznan relies mainly on trams and buses, with trams being the primary means of transport, and buses having the supplementary role. This often means that you need to change from bus to tram at some stage of your trip.
Wroclaw Nicolaus Copernicus Airport (Port Lotniczy Wroclaw im. Mikołaja Kopernika) is located about 10 km west of the city centre. Unfortunately, there is no train station close to the airport, so you need to rely on buses and taxis.
Travelling by buses in Poland is not as comfortable and fast as travelling by trains, but is significantly cheaper. In some regions we are still waiting for highways to be built, which will increase the overall bus speed and make it more competitive compared to trains.
After years of investments in railroad infrastructure, we can finally say that travelling by trains in Poland is worth its money. Trains are much faster, comfortable and safe than they used to be, and unless there are some unexpected accidents, they usually arrive on time
Although not as known as its counterpart in Berlin, Christmas Fair in Gdansk is getting more and more popular in recent years. It’s smaller and less crowded than Dominikanski Fair that takes place during summer, but still attracts citizens and tourists to the city centre. This year Christmas Fair starts on 1st of December and lasts for over three weeks. Contrary to Dominikanski Fair, which is spread all over the Main and Old Town, Christmas Fair is mainly concentrated around Targ Weglowy and Wyzynna Gate.
There are two main means of public transport in Wroclaw: buses and trams. The system of public transport in Wroclaw is supplemented by Polinka – cableway going between Technical University of Wroclaw and Geocentrum, and Koleje Dolnośląskie trains.
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