Following an extensive renovation, Tarnow’s train station reopened in 2010, exactly one hundred years after its original opening in November 1910. One of the largest, and most beautiful Polish stations east of Kraków, Tarnów's railway station has been fully modernised to include all the modern passenger services you’d expect (24-hour ticket machines, newsstand, shop, cafe, bookstore, underground restaurant, ATM, free wifi, charger outlets), while retaining its original character - including Edmund Cieczkiewicz’s paintings of the Tatra and Pieniny mountains, which were funded by the early train owners over a century ago. In front of the station is a large public square, while inside you’ll find a branch of the BWA modern art gallery displaying works by Małopolska artists (open 09:00-17:00; closed Mon, Sat; admission free) and Galeria Panorama - a branch of the Tarnów District Museum. Walking to the market square only takes about 10mins up ul. Krakowska, while a taxi from Plac Dworcowy outside the station will cost about 10-12zł.
Ticket windows open 06:00-21:00.