ul. Slowackiego 200br/> 80-298br/> Gdansk.
General information telephone: 48 583481163
Because Gdansk is a large city, trains converge there from all over Poland, out into Northern Europe and beyond. Once you’ve arrived safely at Gdansk-Wrzeszcz or Gdansk Glowny Railway Stations you can either catch a cab to Gdansk airport or hop onto one of the many frequent bus and minibus services detailed below. The City Terminal is very central and is well served by public transport and official airport cabs.
ZKM Gdansk buses run services from Gdansk Airport to Gdansk-Wrzeszcz Railway Station, Gdansk Glowny Railway Station and Gdynia Glowna Railway Station. There’s also a frequent night bus line between Gdansk Glowny Railway Station and the airport.
If you’re driving from the city centre, find Aleja Zwyciestwa Street. Watch out… this changes mid-way into Aleja Grunwaldzka Street. Turn left by Galeria Baltycka Shopping Centre into Slowackiego Street and keep going over the Tri-city ring road. Give it a few kilometers and you’ll hit the airport. By car from Gdynia or Sopot you find the ring road and head for Gdansk. Exit at E28 by Matarnia Shopping Centre and turn right into the 472. This’ll take you direct to Gdansk Airport. From Pruszcz Gdanski take the ring road to Gdansk and follow the airport control tower. If the road signs get too baffling, you can’t miss it!
Gdansk Airport has the usual combination of drop off, hourly, daily, all day and long term car parking facilities. There are several colour-coded car parks, all of which are clearly signposted and close to the main city terminal. The airport website gives a clear map and full details of regular parking promotions.
All car parking is central. Yellow Car Park 1 is just to the left of the passenger terminal. Red Car Park 2 is directly in front of the passenger terminal, complete with Parking Reception area. Car Park 3, Green, is to the right of the passenger terminal and Car Park 4, colour coded blue, is North of the Cargo terminal. The Green car park, number 3, currently offers 60% discount to low cost airline passengers. All you do is present your ticket or boarding pass to the friendly Car Park Reception staff before you pay (after is too late!).
If you want t park your car at Gdansk for longer than 15 days, why not make them an offer? It might sound weird but they encourage very long stay parking passengers to ‘negotiate’ a price by telephone! As there always are with special offers, watch out for the caveats. If they run out of space at the Blue car park charter flight passengers can be sent to park elsewhere. Never a bad deal, because Blue is the furthest car park from the terminal! Check the airport website for current parking costs.
The new terminal, built for Euro 2012, has considerably improved the choice of facilities. The airport has a good choice of car rental outlets. You’ll find the usual complement of banks, travel agencies, shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and places to buy travel stuff. Everything from paper hankies to Mars bars, perfume to magazines and paperbacks.