Gdansk Travel Guide

Getting Around

The centre of Gdańsk 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. Locals are keen to help with directions, you can also use website or mobile app jakdojade.pl to find suitable connection.

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.

By hire car
MPA. PolandPhone: +48 515 181161Fax: +48 58 5549393Personalised car hire with driver, or rental cars to self drive.

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