Poland Airport Transfers

About our services in Poland

We offer reliable airport transfers to any destination in Poland. Enjoy the benefits of our five-star rated service and arrive at your destination in a private vehicle with an English-speaking, professional driver.

Poland is a country in Central Europe and has a population of 38 million people. It covers an area of 312.696 square kilometres, and it borders with Belarus, Lithuania, Ukraine, Germany, Slovakia, and Russia.

Poland has forests that cover 30% of its territory and also breathtaking natural landscapes. If you like skiing or winter adventures, Poland offers a wide range of winter sports at ski resorts around the country as well as summer activities such as hiking and biking. You can do that at Zakopane, Lodz, Ostorowiec Swietokrzyski, Jelenia Gora and Karpacz.

The official language in Poland is Polish, and Kashubian, which is an ethnic minority language. The official currency is the Polish zloty.

The capital city of Poland is Warsaw. It is its largest town with 1.78 million residents. Warsaw is a dynamic city with a vibrant nightlife and is one of the most liveable cities in Europe. It is Poland’s primary centre for development, business and research. Some of the attractions in the town include the Castle Square, St. John’s Cathedral and the Old Town which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Recently, Warsaw has been under construction, and the city had a significant infrastructural change. It has two international airports. The first one is the Warsaw Chopin Airport and the second is Warsaw-Modlin Airport. The public transport includes buses, trams, the metro, urban railway, light rail line and several companies that offer taxi services. The driving takes place on the right side of the road, just like most of the European countries.

Some of the most visited cities in Poland are Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow, Rzeszow, Wroclaw and Bydgoszcz. Each one of the cities offers unmatched places you should visit. In Gdansk, the main tourist attractions are along Long Street and the Long Market. And in Krakow, you’ll see the largest medieval market square on the continent.

The public transport in Poland offers a vast network of transportation such as buses, trams, the metro and taxis. Most of the towns have well developed local services. Some of the transportation modes are state-owned, and private operators run the rest.

Warsaw Chopin Airport is the main one in Poland with over 300 daily flights. Named by the famous composer Frederic Chopin the airport handles more than 17.7 million passengers. It consists of two newly renovated terminals that include facilities like information desk, post office, duty-free, bank, a pharmacy and high-quality restaurants that offer their services 24/7. You can access the airport by train, bus or airport taxis.

Kraków John Paul II International Airport is near the city of Krakow. It is the second largest with over 7 million annual passengers. The terminal has been recently renovated and handles domestic and international flights.

Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport has over 5 million passing passengers, and that makes it the third busiest in the country.

If you're looking for a friendly and comfy ride to your accommodation, then you should book a private airport transfer with us. Book a professional airport taxi to any location in Poland at fixed, all-inclusive rates. Our extensive vehicle fleet includes new and modern sedan cars, vans, minibuses and buses.

You can book our top-rated airport transfer service in advance and pay online or in cash to the driver. The cost is per vehicle, and there aren't any additional charges.

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