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Travel to Poznan

Arriving by air

Poznan-Ławica Airport is located just 7 km from the city centre. It offers direct scheduled flights to over 30* cities in Europe and Asia. Among them are the major international airline hubs, such as: Frankfurt, Munich, Copenhagen, London, Barcelona, Madrid, Stockholm, Oslo, and Warsaw, so you can travel to Poznan conveniently from any part of the world.

*Schedule of particular connections is subject to change. Check current flight connections to/from Poznań here: Poznan Airport timetable

More information about Poznan-Ławica Airport:

Getting from the aiport to the city center

The city centre can be reached easily from the airport by bus no. 159 (or no. 242 during the night). Bus schedules can be found here.

A taxi stand can be found just outside the arrivals hall. The fare from the airport to the city centre is about €5-7 (22-31 PLN) during regular daytime hours. During night hours (10pm-6am), on Sundays and on public holidays the fare may vary and be higher by about 30%.

The ride to the city centre takes 15-30 minutes, depending on traffic. Most taxis offer card payment, but it is a good idea to have some Polish banknotes just in case. There is a currency exchange point in the baggage reclaim area and in the arrivals hall. ATMs are also available in the arrivals hall

Uber is available in Poznan and drivers can pick up from the airport.

Below we present you a recommended taxi corporations:

M1 – 61 822 22 22

Radio Taxi  – 61 851 95 19

Arriving by train

Poznań is connected to most cities in Poland, and neighbouring countries, by an extensive route network of train services. Daily connections from other European cities (such as Berlin, Kyiv, Lviv, Praha, Vien, Budapest, Bratislava, Moscow, Ostrava) are also available.

Polish railway schedules can be searched here:

All trains coming to Poznań stop at Poznań Main Station (Poznań Główny), which is located 30 minutes’ walk from the city centre. There is a direct tram connection to the Inter-Congress venue (see ‘Public Transportation’ below).

Arriving by bus

The main bus Station (PKS Transport Company) is located on Matyi 2 Street, next to the Main Railway Station Poznań Główny. It provides both domestic and international transport services.

See also: Flixbus company

BusRadar – browser for all bus companies connections

Public transportation

Poznań is a relatively compact city and most places can be easily accessed on foot, but the Campus – the main Inter-Congress venue – is located farther from the centre. To reach it, you will have to take a tram. Buses and trams run every 10-20 minutes from 4:30am to 11:00pm (day service) and every half an hour from 11 pm. to 4.30am (night service). All information public transportation and timetables can be found at the City Transport Company website:

Alternatively, you can rent a bike and cycle to all conference venues and around the city. Check the Nextbike webpage for more information: