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Travel to Poznan
Poznań's Ławica airport is located near the city center. It's served by a regular as well as low-cost carriers. To see all destinations please visit the Ławica web site . The airport's timetable is available here.

List of cities from which you can fly directly to Poznan:
Bristol (BRS) -
Doncaster/She_eld (DSA) -
Dublin (DUB) -
Düsseldorf (DUS) -
Eindhoven (EIN) -
Frankfurt (FRA) -
Kopenhaga (CPH) / Copenhagen -
Liverpool (LPL) -
Londyn Luton (LTN) / London Luton -
Londyn Stansted (STN) / London Stansted -
Monachium (MUC) / Munich -
Oslo Rygge (RYG) -
Oslo Torp/Sandefjord (TRF) -
Paryz Beauvais (BVA) / Paris Beauvais -
Rzym Ciampino (CIA) / Rome Ciampino -
Sztokholm Skavsta (NYO) / Stockholm Skavsta -
Warszawa (WAW) / Warsaw -

Airport Ławica >>>

You can buy a ticket here
Transport from the airport:
From the airport, take a taxi (right in front of T3 terminal (arrival hall) you may find a 24/7 taxi stand - a taxi cost should not exceed 30 PLN (about 8 euros) during the day) or the bus No 59 to the Kaponiera roundabout in the city center, where you can change for a bus/tram to your hotel (at night take the bus No 242). All informations how to get city center from the airport are available here The Kaponiera raundabout (A) and the airport (B) are marked using green markers on the map below. here. Tickets are valid for both trams and buses. For more information where to buy tickets in Poznań see here. Be sure to stamp your ticket in the validating machine once on board the bus/tram. Informations how to get your hotel from the city center are usualy available on hotel's website.

Poznań's Main Station (Poznań Główny) is located in the city center. There are regular connections to main Polish and several European cities. The timetable is given (Type Poznań Główny for the Poznan's Main Station)

Poznań is located in the west part of Poland, at the middle between Berlin and Warsaw and is easily accessible by car. The city is connected to the European motorways network via the A2 motorway. Notice that most motorway in Poland are paid (approximately 0.05 Euro per kilometer, cash or paycards).

You can also choose to travel to Poznan by bus.
Please see:

Transport in Poznań is organized by Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego (ZTM). It offers tram and bus connections within the city of Poznań and a few agglomeration lines. The tram lines are numbered from 1 to 39 and the night tram is 201. The bus lines are numbered from 45 to 98 for the normal lines and from 231 to 252 for the night buses. Buses with numbers above 500 are suburban. More detailed information about the public transport in Poznań can be found at and

Public transport in Poznań offers several types of tickets: single (10 minutes ticket, 40 minutes ticket), Short-term tickets (24-hours, 48-hours, 72-hours). Tickets are available at ZTM Customer Service Points, Sales points (kiosks, shops, supermarkets) and ticket machines. Furthermore some buses and trams are also equipped with ticket machines (accepts only coins). Drivers sell tickets only on the night service. For more details on the prices, ticket types and sales points see

The currency of Poland is złoty (code: PLN, sign: zł) which literally means “gold”. Currency can be exchanged at the airport, at the main train station and in many currency exchange offices in the city.
Current rates can be found here

- Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours
- Daylight saving time: +1 hour
- Current time zone offset: UTC/GMT 2 hour
- Time zone abbreviation: CEST

The electrical current in Poland is 230 V / 50 Hz. Electrical socket standard in use is CEE 7/5 (French, Type E). Plugs compatible with the socket are CEE 7/5 (French, Type E), CEE 7/7, 7/16 Europlug (type C) and 7/17 (German/French unearthed).