Are you visiting Gdynia for a city break? Here is some advice on how can you make your stay in one of the most beautiful city on the Polish seaside.
You can rely on several ways of transport:
Gdynia as a part of the metropolitan area – TriCity has its own Lech Wałęsa Airport which is located 25 km away from the city center of Gdańsk. It allows you to travel to around 80 destinations all over the world. It is the third biggest airport in the country, the primary in Nothern Poland. The easiest way to get to the airport is by taxi. This may cost approximately 60–70 PLN. Another option is to take public buses from the main bus terminal Gdańsk Główny. Bus line 210 of ZTM Gdansk takes 35 minutes to get to Gdansk Airport and the N3 line by night. A ticket costs 3,80 PLN.
Daily ferries from between Gdynia and Karlskrona in Sweden. The prices starts from 299 PLN for the cruise.
TriCity is also very easy to get by car. The main roads and Line A1 Highway are pleasant for drivers. You might don’t know that there is an extra fee on the highway. You can check it here. It may take approximately 5 hours to get from north to south Poland by A1 Highway.
There are plenty of private bus carriers in Poland. One of the most common is FlixBus with the best competitive prices.
It is so easy to discover Poland by trains with one of the fastest and comfortable trains like Pendolino. You can as well check your Client Zone and be fully mobile. The main railway station is located in the city center of Gdańsk. The station handles international calls and domestic one. TriCity is well connected with other major cities in Poland, like Warszawa, Wrocław, Kraków. You can check your tickets here.
You need to know that in Gdynia you can only use public busses, but in the whole TriCity, there are several ways of transport that you can rely on. Entire TriCity has one of the best public transport systems in Poland. The fastest and easiest way is to use the Fast Urban Railway (SKM). That special trains allow you to travel and connect all three cities: Gdynia, Sopot, and Gdańsk. What is more, the tickets are cheap and SKM may take you to the most beautiful places on the polish coast. You can easily buy them in the mobile app or in tickets machines. Zonal tickets for three days (24 hours) cost 30 PLN.
The taxis in Poland are not so expensive. The price per 1 km is about 2 PLN. You can easily order a taxi by using the mobile app or call to taxi center.
In the city there are a bunch of bicycle rentals like Rent a Bike or Veloking – you can use them on a daily basis. All you have to do is download the app, pay the initial fee of 10 PLN and make sure you always have 10 PLN minimum on your account. What is more, your bike can travel for free on the SKM trains! If you are not keen on cycling, you can also try an electric scooter system call Mevo.
The official currency in Poland is the Polish Zloty (PLN or “zł”). Currently, there are released:
You can easily exchange almost any currency to Polish Zloty in Tavex Currency Exchange. Our office is placed in the heart of Gdynia. We have over 65 currencies from all over the world.
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Gdynia is a unique place in Pomorskie. Lively Kościuszko Square, amazing view from Kamienna Góra or romantic scenery in Gdynia Orłowo amazed with its laid back atmosphere. You can spend the entire day walking around, just enjoying the sound of the waves and sunshine on the beach.
Gdynia is one of those places you fall in love with instantly. More information about “must-see” in Gdynia places you can find here.
Are you ready for the trip? See You in Gdynia!