By plane

more than a year ago
The new terminal 2 forms the centrepiece of this 150 million zloty investment and handles all departures while the hardly aged terminal 1 has been converted into a solely arrival terminal. Arriving on the ground floor of terminal 1 you will be met by a hall containing ATM machines, some less than competitive currency exchange desks and a Gdańsk Tourist Organisation information point where you'll find In Your Pocket guides and free In Your Pocket mini-guides. 

Getting to Gdańsk. You can reach the city by shelling around 50zł for a taxi from the rank in front of the terminal. Remember that taxis cost more at night and from Saturday at 22:00 until Monday at 06:00. 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. The cheapest option is to take bus N°210 towards Orunia, ul. Gościnna to get to the main Gdańsk Główny train station or bus N°110 to Gdańsk Wrzeszcz train station. Journey time is 30 to 40 minutes and te bus stop is to the left of the exit next to the new terminal. The journey requires a one-ride ticket which costs 3.60zł and is available from the driver. You can also buy tickets at the Gdańsk Tourist Organisation Information desk.

Alternatively, take the Airport Bus (, where 14.90zł tickets can be purchased direct from the driver (euros accepted). Catch it from the bus stop to the left of the terminal building, and find your journey terminating outside the Hevelius Hotel (return journeys back to the airport available).

Times as follows: 
From the airport  01:00, 02:00, 10:30, 11:50, 13:10, 14:50, 18:30, 19:50, 23:40.
To the airport 04:00, 07:30, 09:00, 11:00, 12:30, 16:00, 17:20.
Note that to ensure the bus is running, you should book a ticket by 20:00 the day before. If there are no tickets sold the day before the bus does not run. If the bus is there you are able to buy a ticket from the driver.

Getting to Sopot.  There are no buses directly to Sopot so the most direct option by public transport is to take the 110 bus to Gdańsk Wrzeszcz station. From there take the local yellow and blue SKM commuter train from platform 1. You’ll need to get on a train running in the direction of Gdynia and boards on the platform show the time until the next train. Sopot (the train station in the middle of the town) is the sixth stop from Gdańsk Wrzeszcz. The most direct way to reach Sopot is by taking a 19686 Neptun Taxi from outside the terminal building which will cost you around 60zł normally and more at weekends and at night.  

Getting to Gdynia. By public transport you can take the bus 110 to Gdańsk Wrzeszcz railway station before boarding a local yellow and blue SKM train to Gdynia Główna. Alternatively there is bus 510 which runs to Gdynia.  You should buy tickets from the machine next to the stop or the tourist information point in the terminal. Schedules are due to change in October and you can find the latest at  The most direct way is by taxi and a 19686 taxi will cost you around 100zł to the centre of Gdynia with prices higher at night and at weekends.


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