7-11 december 2016, Białystok, Podlasie

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HOW TO GET TO BIAŁYSTOK

Białystok doesn’t have its own airport. Well.. there are some plans. No worries, we are easily reachable and well connected with international airports. The easiest way is to get to Warsaw – by train, by bus, by plane, hitchhike (if you are ok with minus degrees). However Poland has developed railways network, so you can land in other cities and take a train from there: Poznan, Krakow, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Bydgoszcz, Katowice.

Well… at least we have our railway and bus stations, where a lot of companies operate and link us and bisons with the rest of the world ;)

Step by step:

First come to Warsaw:

By train
From Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Moscow, Budapest, Prague, Bratislava, Kiev you have a direct service. Tickets can be purchased at www.pkp.pl

By bus:
There are several companies serve international bus services to Warsaw – Simple Express (Berlin, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, St. Petersburg) – www.simpleexpress.eu/ (prices starts from 3 EURO) or PolskiBus.com (Berlin, Bratislava, Vienna, Budapest, Prague). All services with free Wi-Fi on board.

By plane:
Warsaw has two international airports.
Warsaw Chopin (WAW) airport serves „traditional” airlines such us Lufthansa, AirFrance, British Airways, Aeroflot etc and WizzAir.
Warsaw Modlin (WMI) serves Ryanair flights from/to UK, Spain, Germany, Norway, Sweden among others.
From Warsaw:

The most convient and fastest way is to take a bus, as railways are under construction and it might take a little bit longer than 3h bus ride. You can either use a local company which serves from the airport and city centre – Plus Bus – www.plusbus.pl – prices starts from 1 PLN (0,25 EURO). Yo

Another option is to use a bus company  PolskiBus.com, Bus companies are pretty cool and have a free wi-fi service on board. Limited seats, so please make sure to book your seat in advance and save on price.

 

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