Public Transportation in Poland
I am a transit geek and this section purely exists to serve that purpose. Poland has a very good public transportation system: Long distance trains, commuter rail, suburban rail, subways, trams, buses, etc. Warsaw even has a public bicycle program (but you need a cellphone number so it’s not very tourist friendly).
Poznan train station - main entrance
Bright green trams in Poznan
Bus and tram drivers are often very friendly towards tourists, and this one was no different
Warsaw's central station
Tram network is quite elaborate in Warsaw.
Boarding a train from Poznan to Warsaw
Stopping at Swiebodzin, a town close to the German border.
Tram tracks in Poznan
Arriving in Warsaw
Commuter train and tickets
Train from Warsaw city to the airport is very fast and convenient.
Waiting for a train.
Inside of the cheapest train coach
Travelling by trains is very comfortable and fast
Poland has a city bike program, unfortunately you need a cell phone number to register, so it's not particularly useful for tourists.
Station on the Gdański Most (bridge)
Public bicycle parking lot in Praga
Ticket vending machines
Bicycle rental place. Cheap way to see more of the city in a day.