Gdańsk, Poland (PL)
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Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport is an international airport located 12 km northwest of Gdańsk, Poland. Connected with a bridge, the airport has two passengers terminals T1 and T2:
Terminal 1: is currently being used for departures (passport control and boarding) to countries which are not part of Schengen Area, mainly to Great Britain, Ireland and holiday destinations e.g. to Egypt.
Terminal 2: is a modern building including 25 check-in desks, a highly modern luggage transport, and sorting facility and a spacious departure area with gates.
The bus is the cheapest travel option available at the airport. Bus line 210 of ZTM Gdansk takes 40 minutes to get from Gdansk Airport (Port Lotniczy) to the main railway station of Gdansk (Dworzec Glówny). The bus departs every 30 minutes on weekdays and every one hour on weekends and public holidays. Bus line N3 operates between the airport and Gdansk at night.
Cost: PLN 3.20
Buying tickets: from the ticket machine at the Gdansk Airport bus stop
Location: Terminal 2, outside area, just behind the train station
Tip: Because the bus leaves in two directions you must be careful to take bus line 210 in the right direction, which is the direction of Gościnna.
The main taxi operator in Gdansk is Neptune Taxi with ''19686" logo. The company employs a number of English, and German, speaking drivers who will be able to get you to the city center.
Cost: about PLN 50.00 (06:00-22:00 weekdays)