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How to Get from Gdansk Airport to Gdansk City Center and Other Destinations
Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport includes two air terminals serving over 4 million passengers a year and is the third largest air hub in the country. If you are planning to enter Poland through the air hub and searching for information how to get from there to Gdansk downtown and other neighboring destinations, you’ll find some tips in this article.
Taxi from Gdansk Airport
There are always taxis waiting for passengers at ranks in front of the terminals. Although official taxi drivers use a meter, nevertheless, make sure to ask an estimated price before getting in the car, just to be on the safe side. A taxi to the city center will cost from 14 euros and take around 30 minutes. You also may take a cab to Sopot or Gdynia: a trip to the first destination will make from 17 euros and take half an hour, and getting to the latter by taxi – from 20 euros and 40 minutes.
Transfer from Gdansk Airport
If you don’t want to spend time on searching transportation options right upon arrival, with heavy luggage in hands, think about a pre-ordered transfer. Booking a taxi transfer on Kiwitaxi website, you should specify pick-up and drop-off places, a number of passengers, can choose a vehicle class, order child seats, and pre-pay the whole amount online by credit card. With a private transfer, you may rest peacefully and be sure your driver will wait for you near the arrival area with a sign, help you with luggage, and safely get you to the destination. Our transfer drivers can also act as interpreters – assist you during check-in at the hotel. Kiwitaxi offers transfers from Gdansk Airport to the downtown at fixed fares starting from 36 euros and taking around 30 minutes.
Public Transport from Gdansk Airport
One may take a train as well as a bus to reach the city from the airport. Buses regularly cruise between Lech Walesa and the city center, offering tickets costing from 1 euro for a 30-minute trip. Reaching the city downtown by rail from the air hub train station will take about half an hour and from 3-5 euros. You also may take a direct train to the town of Gdynia for 3-6 euros per ticket. The whole trip will take about half an hour.
Situated near the Tricity Metropolitan area – Gdansk, Sopot, and Gdynia – the International Airport was named after a former president of Poland Lech Walesa in 2004. The airport’s Terminal 1 has no check-in desks, but offers multiple duty-free shops located near the departure gates. The newer Terminal 2 is connected to the older one with a bridge, and planned to be extended.