There are many ways to travel to the Tricity and to the entire Pomeranian Region. Connections are well developed since Northern Poland is an important crossroad for trades in whole Europe: The region is located at the intersection of two European transport corridors (Corridor IA which connects Poland with Finland and Corridor VI which connects Scandinavia with Central and Eastern Europe).
Passengers can either travel by train to several national and international destinations. Or the Tricity can be reached as well by airplane: Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport is the biggest airport in Northern Poland. More than 2.5 million passengers travel yearly to more than 50 destinations from the Tricity area. Soon another airport will open, the new Gdynia-Kosakowo Airport. Other means of travel are the ferry lines to Sweden and Finland.
For travelling within the Tricity region and its surroundings, exist well developed public transports, which consist among others of railways, buses and trams.
Further information can be found here:
21 hours journeyInternet: www.stenaline.pl
21 hours journeyInternet: www.promy.polagent.com
|Gdynia (Tricity) – western border||Koszalin and Szczecin|
|Gdynia (Tricity) – south-western border||Bydgoszcz, Lódz and Katowice with continuation to Poznan and Wroclaw|
|Gdynia (Tricity) – southern border||Warsaw and Kraków|
|Gdynia (Tricity) – eastern border||Elblag, Olsztyn, Bialystok, Lublin with continuation to Kaliningrad|
|Line 9 (E-65)||Warmian - Masurian Region||www.rozklad-pkp.pl|
|Line 131 (CE-65)||Kuyavian - Pomeranian Region|
|Line 201||Kuyavian - Pomeranian Region|
|Line 213||Hel Peninsula|
|Line 202||West Pomerania Region|
|Means of transport||No. of lines||Organizers of public transport||Website|
|Tram||12||ZKM Gdańsk, ZTM Gdańsk|
|Bus||181||ZKM Gdańsk, ZKM Gdynia, ZTM Gdańsk, MZK Wejherowo|
|Water tram||7||ZTM Gdańsk|