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Gdansk can be reached by air, land or sea. You can fly to the Lech Walesa airport in Gdansk from the following places: Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, Hamburg, Copenhagen, London, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome and Stockholm. Please check other flights arriving at this destination!
During UEFA EURO 2012 several extra railway connections will be launched apart from the regular running lines, thanks to which, you will be able to reach other Host Cities from Gdansk! If you want to reach Gdansk by car, you can do so from Warsaw, Poznan and Wroclaw. A considerable section of that route will be covered by the A1 highway. Traffic organization will be changed for the time of the Tournament. The Park & Ride car parks are at fans’ disposal if they want to leave their cars there during Euro 2012.
Public transportation is the most comfortable means of transport during the Tournament. We also encourage fans to use the railway connection between the Gdansk Glowny stop and the Gdansk Stadion Expo stop located at the stadium. The journey will take you no more than several minutes. Gdansk is equipped with a well-developed network of bus and tram connections. New low-floor and green buses cruise the city and the tram fleet is mainly comprised of modern swing trams. You can also travel by SKM (Fast Urban Railway) around the TriCity and adjacent places. The train takes approximately 35 minutes between Gdansk Glowny (The Main Station in Gdansk) and Gdynia Glowna (the Main Station in Gdynia).
All the Host Cities in Poland have prepared POLISH PASS for fans and tourists spending their time in Poland during Euro 2012. The Polish Pass is an integrated ticket that can be used while travelling by public transport or for other services paid for in advance. It is valid from 6th June to 2nd July. READ MORE ABOUT THE POLISH PASS!
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