One of the great strengths of Lublin Airport is its geographical location in relation to all cities in the Region.
Access to Lublin is also very easy. The journey takes just 25-30 minutes.
Transport is ensured by regular rail and bus services. The railbus terminal station is situated in the airport terminal, which is the only such arrangement in Poland.
The ride from Lublin Airport to Lublin Main Station costs PLN 5.30 when buying a ticket from the conductor.
The ride from Lublin Main Station to Lublin Airport costs PLN 5.30 + PLN 8.00 extra fee when buying a ticket from the conductor.
The ride from Lublin Main Station to Lublin Airport costs PLN 5.30 when buying a ticket at the Lublin Main Station ticket office.
The operator of bus lines is Garden Service.
Lublin Airport has direct bus services from the centre of Lublin, Tomaszów Lubelski, Zamość and Krasnystaw. The bus timetable is adjusted to the flight schedule. The bus stops in front of the Departures Hall and departs from outside the Arrivals Hall. Tickets are purchased from the bus driver.
More information: www.nalotniskolublin.pl
The TAXI service for individual transport of passengers is ensured by a taxi operator recommended by Lublin Airport - DAMEL TAXI.
There is no traditional taxi rank in front of terminal building. A passenger will to take a taxi of a recommended operator from the airport should report at the call desk in the terminal. The Damel TAXI employees working there will call a taxi.
The selection of a recommended corporation by Lublin Airport guarantees a fixed rate per kilometre.
Recommended taxi operators:
DAMEL TAXI (also for transport of disabled persons)
tel. +48 81 533 33 33, +48 81 191 99, +48 81 196 26
The Main Railway Station in Lublin is situated to the south of the city centre, on Dworcowy Square, at the boundary of the Za Cukrownią and Dziesiąta districts.
The Line 150 trolleybus terminus is situated in front of the Station, and connections to the city centre are also provided by buses: 001, 013, 028, 034, 045.
The routes of trolleybus lines 151, 152 and 160 are also situated nearby (on Bychawski Square).
There is a large TAXI rank in front of the station.
Situated next to the railway station is the PKS Southern Coach Station, with private carriers’ bus and minibus services also available in its immediate vicinity, serving destinations including Biłgoraj, Bychawa, Krzczonów, Żółkiewka, Zakrzówek and Świdnik.
Other facilities at the Main Railway Station include a touch-panel station plan and handrail pads with information in Braille.
Mian Railway Station
pl. Dworcowy 120-408 Lublin
tel. (42) or (22) 1-97-57 (for TP S.A. subscribers)
PKP Intercity ticket office + 48 472 15 08
The PKS Coach Station is situated in the centre of Lublin, close to municipal transport stops. A city bike station is installed in the immediate vicinity. The historic Old Town is located within short walking distance. The Station building is provided with passenger facilities: a seated waiting area, electronic information board, free wi-fi access and retail outlets.
Aleja Tysiąclecia 6
tel. 81 710 49 68
As one of the first cities in Poland, Lublin has embarked on active efforts, in collaboration with NGO partners, towards building a people-friendly city.
What provided inspiration for change was the year 2014, celebrated as the Year of Jan Gehl in Lublin, which saw many discussions on the quality of living and the need to design the city with priority for pedestrians. The climax of Gehl’s Year was a visit paid by the famous professor to Lublin, during which he held meetings with city officials and residents, and delivered a lecture at UMCS for more than 800 participants. His visit coincided with the launch of the City for People project.
The project "City for People. Lublin standards of pedestrian infrastructure", implemented by the Tu Obok Foundation in partnership with the Lublin City Office, is aimed to put together the best practices and models that will help in designing a resident-friendly pedestrian infrastructure. Under the project, meetings, workshops, happenings and exhibitions are held, dedicated to the issues of pedestrian traffic, during which residents have an opportunity to present their ideas or report problems. Pedestrian infrastructure standards are to include four main issues, i.e. flexibility of traffic, special needs, spending time, and an attractive and welcoming space. The first issue is focused on reducing pedestrians’ travel time and designing infrastructure where it is actually necessary. The second one concerns a broad group of people, i.e. disabled persons, parents with children, travellers with suitcases, high-heeled women, dog owners, skaters, etc. The third one is aimed to create a space which encourages people to stay within it and to create places for activity, education, work or rest. The last one will wrap up the first three ones, with elements added, such as aesthetics, advertisements or visual information system, which also affect the way in which public space is perceived. Work on the Standards is scheduled for completion at the beginning of 2016.
Another activity promoting pedestrian traffic was the establishment on 1 March 2015 of the Active Mobility Unit that will be tasked e.g. with coordinating matters related to designing a pedestrian-friendly road infrastructure, including the analysis and elimination of architectural barriers. The Unit will be the place where to report any problems, submit comments and ideas related to safety, convenience or comfort of pedestrian movement, and to obtain detailed information on the subject matter in question.
Lubelski Rower Miejski provides an alternative form of transport, allowing its users to move around the city fast. LRM – 901 bikes and 91 stations.
How does it work?
Lublin is where one of four existing trolleybus networks in Poland is operated (the other three locations being Gdynia, Sopot and Tychy). Currently, the districts of Lublin are linked by ten trolleybus lines. The carrier operating the trolleybus lines is the Municipal Transport Company (MPK) Lublin.
There are currently 12 trolleybus lines and 2 seasonal lines (special cemetery and tourist lines) in Lublin. A vast majority of them are typical cross-city trolleybus lines, three of which (9, 20 and 56) are hybrid lines linking the city centre with the outer districts of Abramowice, Rury (LSM), Majdanek, Węglin, Hospital on Chodźki St., Mełgiewska St., and the Main Railway Station.
The first trolleybus running from the railway station, via Łokietka Square, to Aleje Racławickie was put into service on 21 July 1953. New routes were soon deployed along Kunickiego St., Lubartowska St. and Aleje Racławickie. The significance of that fact went far beyond the commissioning of yet another municipal transport line. A newspaper appearing at the time wrote that, with the emergence of the trolleybus service, Lublin acquired a big city ambience.
Paid Parking applies Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
To pay the Paid Parking fee:
Lublin Paid Parking Zone Office
ul. Chopina 18, 20-023 Lublin
tel. 81 536 25 33
Open: Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.