Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport. The modern passenger terminal provides service toBydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport. The modern passenger terminal provides service toover 400,000 passengers yearly. In the terminal there are ATM, shops, café, currency exchange,car rental companies, as well as toilets and a baby care room. The airport is located only 3.5km south of the city centre of Bydgoszcz. Convenient connection with the airport is provided bythe national road no. 25 and bus lines no. 80 and 37N (connecting the airport with PKS [MotorTransport Company] bus station and PKP [Polish State Railways] railway station. Bus 80 leavesfrom outside the main exit and goes to the city centre; Rondo Jagiellonów stop is located 1kmfrom the main square). Outside the airport there is also taxi stand. It costs around 25 zł to getto the city centre and it takes 10/15 minutes, providing that there is no traffic. Taxis should beclearly marked and have the fares advertised in the rear window.
Each year, about 4 million passengers use the biggest railway station in the city – BydgoszczEach year, about 4 million passengers use the biggest railway station in the city – BydgoszczGłówna. Bydgoszcz has direct railway connections with the majority of big cities in Poland.Is about 2 km northwest of the Old Town (city centre). In a modern railway station there arewheel-chair access, Wi-Fi, ATM, luggage lockers, convenience stores, a pharmacy, a book store,food court. Trams are just outside the main entrance -no. 5 and 8 go to PlacTeatralny(citycentre). It takes just about10 minutes to get there.There are as well taxis available. These willusually charge around 15 zł to get to the Old Town (city centre).
Almost 280 000 passengers make use of public transport every day in Bydgoszcz. MovingAlmost 280 000 passengers make use of public transport every day in Bydgoszcz. Movingaround Bydgoszcz is facilitated by 29 daily bus lines, 8 inter-municipal bus lines, 2 seasonalbus lines, 7 night bus lines, 9 tram lines and 2 water tram lines. Ticket prices in Bydgoszczare PLN 3.00 (full-fare) and PLN 1,50 (reduced-fare). An hour ticket costs PLN 4.20(full-fare) and PLN 2,10 (reduced-fare). Public transport covers almost the entire area ofthe city allowing you to quickly reach anywhere in Bydgoszcz. Tickets can be purchased atnewsstands, ticket vending machines, ticket sale system by phone, by contactless paymentcards in the bus/tram and the at the initial stops from the driver with exact change (duringthe weekend at every stop). Regular fare: PLN 3.00, discount fare: 1,50/ There is also theBydgoszcz Agglomeration Bike – a self-serviced bike rental system.
Two important roads run through Bydgoszcz: national 25 and national road no. 10. The first oneTwo important roads run through Bydgoszcz: national 25 and national road no. 10. The first oneassures convenient connection with Wrocław, Poznań, and the airport in Bydgoszcz. The otherone links Bydgoszcz with Piła and Szczecin, and in the opposite direction – just like the nationalroad no. 80 – with Toruń.
The initial fee for the majority of taxicabs in the city is about PLN 7, and every consecutiveThe initial fee for the majority of taxicabs in the city is about PLN 7, and every consecutivekilometer during the day is about PLN 2.20. In Bydgoszcz, one can find over 1,200 taxis. Over90% of them are within corporations. Mostly, the start charge is PLN 7.00 plus PLN 2.20 pereach kilometre during the day. An hour stopover costs PLN 25.00. In case of travelling by taxibeyond the city limits, one can negotiate the price with the driver.