By air

Main international airports in Poland are: Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport (WAW), Kraków Airport (KRK), Copernicus Airport Wrocław (WRO), Katowice Airport (KTW) and Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport (GDN).

The national carrier LOT Polish Airlines offers flights from many European countries to Poland. LOT destinations include:
Austria (Vienna),
Belarus (Minsk),
Belgium (Brussels),
Bulgaria (Sofia),
Cyprus (Larnaca),
Czech Republic (Prague),
Denmark (Copenhagen),
Finland (Helsinki),
France (Paris, Nice),
Germany (Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich),
Greece (Athens),
Hungary (Budapest),
Italy (Milan, Rome, Turin),
Latvia (Riga),
Lithuania (Vilnius),
Netherlands (Amsterdam),
Romania (Bucharest),
Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg),
Serbia (Belgrade),
Spain (Barcelona, Madrid),
Sweden (Stockholm),
Switzerland (Geneva, Zurich),
Turkey (Istanbul),
Ukraine (Lviv, Kiev, Odessa),
United Kingdom (London).

Other airlines that offer flights to Poland include: Adria Airways, Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Aerosvit, Air Berlin, Air France, Air Italy, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, Blue1, bmi baby, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Centralwings, Clickair, CSA, easyJet, Finnair, Germanwings, Iberia, Iceland Express, KLM, Lufthansa, Malev, Norwegian Air, Ryanair, SAS, Sky Europe, Swiss Air Lines, Transavia, Turkish Airlines, Wizz Air.

Warsaw Airport: www.lotnisko-chopina.pl
Kraków Airport: www.krakowairport.pl
Wrocław Airport: www.airport.wroclaw.pl
Katowice Airport: www.katowice-airport.com
Gdańsk Airport: www.airport.gdansk.pl
LOT schedules: www.lot.com

By sea

The main sea ports in Poland are Gdynia and Gdańsk. There are ferry services to Poland from Sweden, Denmark and Finland (operated by Polferries).

Port of Gdańsk: www.portgdansk.pl
Port of Gdynia: www.port.gdynia.pl
Polferries schedules: www.polferries.pl

By bus

There are many coach services to Poland from European countries. Veolia Eurolines offers routes to Poland from the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Belgium, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Italy, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Netherlands, Estonia and Latvia.

Veolia Eurolines schedules: www.veolia-eurolines.pl

By train

Poland has direct rail connections with the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria and Russia.

By car

The main border crossings in Poland are:
Bezledy, Gołdap, Gronowo (Russian border);
Budzisko, Ogrodniki (Lithuanian border);
Bobrowniki, Kukuryki, Kużnica Białostocka, Połowce, Sławatycze, Terespol (Belarusian border);
Dorohusk, Hrebenne, Krościenko, Medyka, Zosin (Ukrainian border);
Chyżne, Korbielów, Łysa Polana, Niedzica, Piwniczna, Zwardoń (Slovakian border);
Cieszyn, Duszniki Zdrój, Kudowa-Słone, Krzanowice, Porajów(Czech border);
Kostrzyn, Porajów, Świecko, Świnoujście, Zgorzelec (German border).


By bus/tram

In Warsaw one can travel by bus, underground or tram. In Kraków the public transport system is based on buses and trams. Tickets can be bought from kiosks, ticket machines and on board.

By taxi

In major cities taxis are plentiful. They can be found at taxi stands or ordered by phone. All vehicles have a ‘taxi’ sign on the roof and are equipped with taximeters.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. International and foreign driving licenses are accepted. Driver must also have insurance documents and car registration documents. The maximum alcohol level is 0.2 milligrams per milliliter of blood. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Use of headlights is obligatory all year round. Speed limits: built-up areas – 50 km/h, motorways – 130 km/h, other roads – 90 km/h. A mandatory equipment include: a warning triangle, a first-aid kit, fire extinguisher and a visibility vest.