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Transport from airport to city

The bus station is located just behind the main railway station.
Go to tourist info. for travel map and ticket info.one stop after train station,very good free map of Gdansk area

Bus 210

makes a stop at the train station, 35-50 minutes away.

Fare is 3 zł if a ticket is bought from a news stand or Bilety shop, and 3,40 zł if the ticket is bought from the driver. Note that although the ticket has a picture of a tram on it, it is also valid for the bus. Make sure to get on in the right direction at the airport, because the bus goes into two directions from there. On the way to the airport, the bus picks up on the other side of the road, near the front of the Scandic hotel (look for the signs that have the 210 on them). From the tourist office in the tunnel, turn left, walk until you are outside and head right, go up the stairs, turn right, and the bus shelters will be in front of you.

Airport bus shuttle

Costs 14.90 zł (you can buy ticket directly in the bus). This is a direct line between airport and city's centre. Bus stop in Gdansk is located in front of Mercure Hevelius hotel (it's 5 minutes’ walk from Main Railway Station). Journey depends on traffic and takes around 25-30 minutes. Runs only a couple of times per day

Get around

You can also buy a 24-hour ticket for 9 PLN
The centre of Gdansk is very compact and almost everything is accessible on foot, the trams seem to go around the old town so none run through it. Trams and buses are cheap (3 zł/h) and frequent. Tickets can be bought from the driver at trams.
Fast Commuter Trains ( SKM) runs between Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia every 5 - 10 minutes. SKM tickets have to be punched in a ticket puncher on the platform before getting on the train. Trams and buses run from the City Center to every districts in Gdansk. Fares depend on the duration of the trip. It's worth buying one daily ticket which allows you to move all day by the all vehicles. Tickets can be bought in kiosks

Trams and buses

Tickets are based on travel time, so you need to estimate the duration of the journey or have a few tickets extra to check when the previous expired. The tickets are stamped in machines on the buses.
There is a 24 hr ticket (9.10 zł) valid on all trams, buses during the day and on night buses.
Use the commuter train (SKM) to quickly go to Sopot and Gdynia, ticket to Gdynia will cost 5 zł and Sopot will cost 3.40 zł.