Poland is easily accessible by air, sea and land. There’s wide choice of airlines and coaches and limited number of ferries. If you want, you can easily rent a car in Poland.
Travelling to Poland by Air
If you travel to Poland from Europe, you shouldn’t have any problems finding direct flights to polish airports. Flights from Europe take around 2-3 hours. Most popular travel hubs are:
- Warsaw Chopin Airport, WAW
- Krakow Airport, KRK
- Katowice Airport, KTW
- Wroclaw Copernicus Airport, WRO
- Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport, GDN
Polish national airlines is LOT Airlines. It’s worth checking their website because sometimes they have really good offers, so you can travel to Poland cheaply.
If you are travelling as a group (or you plan to travel to Poland often), it’s worth checking Wizzair Xclusive Club – for a fixed fee you will get discounts on tickets.
Travelling to Poland by Land
Although cheap, the biggest disadvantage of travelling by coach is the time spent in journey – sometimes it’s more than 24 hrs. If you book your tickets well in advance, you can easily get airline tickets in similar prices.
The biggest coach operator is Eurolines.pl. They offer regular service from/to Austria, Belarus, France, Italy, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovakia and Sweden.
If you travel to Poland from United Kingdom, Eurolines.co.uk offer great number of destinations.
Travelling to Poland by Sea
You can get to Poland via ferries from Germany, Finland, Denmark and Sweden.