Ławica Airport is located 7 km from the city centre, in the vicinity of the route leading directly to the major city points and next to the road out of Poznań to Berlin and Warsaw. It is possible to get to the city centre from the airport using line 59 or express line L, that is going directly to Railway Station. In line L the ticket price doubles and one can take one piece of luggage free of charge.
Poznań, Ławica Airport : https://www.airport-poznan.com.pl/en/
The nearest airports:
- Berlin: http://www.berlin-airport.de/en/index.php
- Warsaw: https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/index.html
All trains coming to Poznań stop at Poznań Main Railway Station (Poznań Główny). The Railway Station is composed of two buildings: the Main Hall (Hala Główna) and the West Railway Station (Dworzec Zachodni) connected by a subway. The Railway Station is located in the city centre, just next to the Poznań International Fair venue (Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie). In the Main Hall there are kiosks, shops, fast food restaurants, ATM and Glob - Tour tourist information. Passengers can get to the city by tram or bus - the nearest tram stop is next to the West Railway Station. Trams no. 5, 8, 14 and 18 leave the stop. In the vicinity of the Main Hall exit there is a municipal bus stop for lines 51, 68 and 76. At night, also night buses approach the stop. To get to the tram stop, passengers should use stairs or a lift leading to the Railway Bridge (Most Dworcowy). There, passengers can use trams no. 6, 10, 11 and 12. TAXI ranks are located next to the Main Hall and the West Railway Station exit. (source: http://www.poznan.pl/mim/main/en/)
Public transport in the city of Poznań is organized by Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego (ZTM) - Urban Transport Authority. Trams are the core of the system - most of lines go with a frequency of 10 minutes. Bus lines play a complementary role to the tram network. This solution encourage passengers to change, offering high frequency connections with changes, instead of low frequency direct connections. It also makes the network less extensive and complicated to passengers.
time tickets up to 10 minutes (3 zl) or up to 40 minutes (4.6 zl): entitle to an unlimited number of journeys in a period not longer than 10 or 40 minutes since it was validated, with as many changes of lines as necessary. This is a bearer ticket.
single-journey ticket (4.6 zl): entitles to one journey on the vehicle we have got on. The journey can take place from the first to the last stop on the line. This is a bearer ticket. Single-journey ticket can also be a 40-minute time ticket – it depends on the passenger`s needs.
short-term tickets: entitle to many journeys within a specified number of hours or days from its validation, with an unlimited number of changes made during its validity period. Short-term tickets include the following types:
- 24-hour (1 day) ticket which costs 13.6 zl,
- 48-hour (2-days) ticket which costs 21 zl,
- 72-hour (3-days) ticket which costs 27 zl,
- 7-days ticket which costs 47 zl.
Where to buy a ticket?
You can buy all types of tickets at ZTM Customer Service Points, Sale points, stationary ticket-machines, ticket-machines on board, tickets from the drivers, mobile app and Internet. Use a sales point web browser to look for your point.
More information about public transport, tickets and stops localization (https://www.ztm.poznan.pl/en/).
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Poznań Public Bike System A popular transport solution is Poznań City Bike, which offers 89 locations across Poznań. Using the bicycles for up to 20 minutes is free and the fee for the time between 20 and 60 minutes amounts to PLN 2.
Terms of Service of the system for Poznański System Rowerów Miejskich also called PRM: https://nextbike.pl/en/cities/poznanski-rower-miejski/rules-4/