Gdansk

Getting to Gdansk

Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport (Port Lotniczy im. Lecha Wałęsy)

The airport, Port Lotniczy Gdańsk im. Lecha Wałęsy (aka Gdansk Lech Walesa airport), is 16km west of Gdansk centre in the Rębiechowo district. The modern terminal handles both arrivals and departures.

After landing you enter the terminal building from the baggage hall where you’ll find a Gdansk Tourist Organisation information point in front of you, car rental desks and ATM machines. A train service connects the airport with the three cities of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia although a change at Gdansk-Wrzeszcz may be required. You can reach the platforms, where you will find ticket machines, by taking the escalator to the left as you leave the baggage hall. Tickets cost 3.80zł to Gdansk and 6.50zł to Sopot and Gdynia. For more information see the PKM section of our Getting Around chapter and check train times at rozklad-pkp.pl/en. Neptun Taxi is the official taxi firm and can be trusted. Look out for their cars with the 19686 logo on the side. Be suspicious if offered a lift by any car not bearing their logo. We quote approximate prices below but these will be more at night and from Saturday at 22:00 until Monday at 06:00. If you want to catch a bus (210 to Gdansk, 122 to Sopot and 4A to Gdynia) you will find the bus stops directly across the road as you leave the terminal.

Getting to Gdansk

A taxi from the rank in front of the terminal will cost you about 60zł. The train departs from the platform nearest the terminal although not all run to the main station in Gdansk (Gdańsk Główny). You may need to change at Gdansk-Wrzeszcz (note the destination). The journey will take about 30 mins on a direct train and about 45 mins if you need to change.

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Saturday Jun 9 2018Skywayrun at Gdansk Airport

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Sasza

Over a year ago
Adam
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If you're a non EU citizen flying on Wizz Air make sure you get your boarding pass stamped at the check-in desk. If you forget to do this you won't be allowed to board the plane. I learnt this the hard way and had to buy a second ticket for the next day.
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