Getting Around In Gdansk / Gdansk Train Station

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Gdansk Train Station

The Main Train Station in Gdansk will likely be the starting point of the majority of your daytrips - to Sopot, Gdynia, Malbork, Hel Peninsula, Łeba and many other destinations. Arrive earlier to take a closer look at the renovated building, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful train station building's in Poland.

Train tickets are available in the main hall located in the left (south) wing of the railway station. SKM train tickets (f.e. to Sopot or Gdynia) are also available in the underground passage or in the ticket machines (on platform 4 or in the tunnel below the platforms).

There are also bus stops and a tram stop in front of the station with the name Dworzec Główny (dworzec meaning train station), where you can take buses and trams to almost any part of the city (see Popular Routes).

An underground passage connects the Main Train Station with the Bus Station.

 

Facilities:

Free Wi-Fi is available in designated areas.

Toilet use is charged 2,50 PLN.

Most of the shops and service points are open from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m.

24h security boxes for luggage.

Luggage storage (8 a.m. - 10 p.m.)

 

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