Katowice

Katowice Public Transport Company

 (+48) 32 743 84 46     16 Oct 2019
An extremely well developed system of trams and buses operated by the wonderfully named ZTM providing a simple and fast way of getting around Katowice and its surrounding towns, now all part of the Silesian Metropolis. The tickets for the network are valid for both buses and trams. A three-zone system is used, of which Katowice is in zone-one and Chorzów in zone-two. Accordingly, a one-zone ticket is required for the former and a two-zone ticket for travelling between the two. A one-zone ticket costs 3.20zł and now also serves as a 20 min ticket allowing you to swap forms of transport (bus to tram and onto a different tram for instance) within that time period. A two-zone ticket costs 3.80zł and also serves as a 40 min ticket. There is also a three-zone/ 90 min ticket available for 4.80zł. A 14zł 24hr ticket allows travel across the entire metropolitan area, though it's hard to imagine getting your money's worth out of this without spending the whole day on the tram.

Almost all travel within Katowice and Chorzów can be accomplished using trams, most of which run through the new stops on the Rynek. Tram no.s 6, 11 and 19 run between the Rynek and Chorzów via Silesia Park and are the most useful trams for getting there and back. Tickets can be bought from any kiosk, or from bright yellow machines found at many tram stops around the city. Make sure you validate your ticket when entering the tram or bus. The penalty for riding without a validated ticket is 90zł (plus the price of the ticket) on the spot. (The normal price of the fine if you pay within 7 days is 125zł plus the price of the ticket.)

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05.09.2019
Katowice IYP Editor

Hi Andrea, There are two villages with the name 'Milówka' in Poland, however, as you are travelling to Katowice, I will assume you are travelling to the one in the Silesian region! The easiest way to get there is to travel by regional train form Katowice's main train station. To get to the station, there is a direct shuttle bus from the airport (or taxi service, if you prefer) to the local bus terminal, which is located under the train station (the local shopping mall, Galeria Katowicka, actually incorporates the train station and bus station in one). Once you arrive by bus on level -1, you simply go up to the ground level and to the train station's main hall from where you will find all train platforms. The Silesian regional train service is called 'Koleje Śląskie', which you can buy tickets for from the ticket office or ticket machines, or if you prefer, online via the awesome e-podróżnik service - here you can check the train times and prices: https://en.e-podroznik.pl I hope this helps.
05.09.2019
Andrea
Serbia
Dear, I'm comming to Katowice airport and need a transfer to Milowka. Can you give mi the offer with best solution to get there? Dates: 09.09. after 18:00 and return 21.09. from 07:15 Thank you
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