Travelling to Poland
In the European Union, Poland is a relatively new member. It joined the European Union
in 2004. The Czech Republic, Slovakia
are Schengen countries Poland shares a
border with. Poland also shares a border with Ukraine and Belarus, which are
Air, rail, road, and water are possible options to commute with when travelling to
Poland. There are three main airports in Poland to choose from, depending on your
intended location. There is the John Paul II International Airport in Krakow, the
Chopin Airport in Warsaw, and the Lech Wałęsa Airport in Gdánsk. Road connections
lead to important parts of the respective cities from the airport.
Buses convey visitors to Poland from many European cities through well-built road
connections. FlixBus and PolskiBus are transport services that connect Poland to other
parts of the Schengen zone. There are open borders among the Schengen countries; however,
visitors should equip themselves with their Schengen Visa and passport every time.
Speed trains run between the largest cities in Poland and are a great way to feel the
country. Polskie Koleje Państwowe (PKP) are the authorities in charge of train operations.
Water is a great option when arriving from Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Norway. The
major ports in Poland are Swinoujscie, Gdansk, Szczecin, and Gdynia.