Poland train map
Map of Poland train. Poland train map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to print. Poland train map (Eastern Europe - Europe) to download. Polish national train operator, PKP Intercity, offers various types of trains that you can choose based on their price range and facilities. If you want to minimize the travel duration, consider buying EIP (Express Intercity Premium) and EIC (Express Intercity) tickets as its shown in Poland train map. These types of trains are modern and the design offers optimum comfort for passengers. If you are not in a hurry and want to enjoy the charm of the Polish railway, consider buying IC (Intercity) and TLK (Twoje Linie Kolejowe) tickets. These trains are less modern and sometimes take a long travel route. However, the price range of these trains is always student-budget friendly.
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Because it is cheap, it is convenient, and it is usually on time. You have got a choice of four types of train: express, inter-city, fast, and local. For travel between cities such as Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan, and others, the inter-city trains are recommended as its mentioned in Poland train map. The service is really good, you can buy tickets online, you can get help in English and travel is fast. You can buy the reduced-ticket for students on the PKP Intercity website or in the ticket booth. You can also use POLREGIO (REG) train to travel between two close major cities, such as from Gdansk to Sopot and Gdynia. REG train is a lot cheaper but slower than the regular train. You can buy POLREGIO (REG) ticket in the ticket machine that exists in the station.
The majority of passenger trains in Poland are operated by PKP JSC, the Polish State Railways. Intercity (IC), links major cities in Poland as you can see in Poland train map. Reservations are optional, but recommended. Express InterCity (EIC), operates on important domestic routes. Reservations are optional, but recommended. Express InterCity Premium (EIP), runs on important domestic routes. Reservations are required and you will need to pay an additional supplement to take these trains. They are popular so it is worth reserving your seat further in advance if you will be travelling during a busy period. Please note: if a reservation is made outside of Poland, you will be asked to pay an additional €10 on the train.