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There is a bus network with 33 bus lines, including 6 suburban lines and 2 night-time lines. An 11 km tram network is planned; 15 Tramino cars were ordered from Solaris in September 2012. The network is expected to be completed in 2014.
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The buses are approximately ontime but each bus comes only 1-3 times in an hour. Bus ticket can be purchased on the bus. For students, three-time tickets costs 4,2 złoty.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:07, 28 July 2013

For the town of the same name, see Olsztyn (Silesia)

Olsztyn (German: Allenstein) is a historic town in northern Poland. It is the capital of Warmian-Masurian Voivodship.

Get in

By plane

There is an international airport in the near town of Szczytno, but more flights go from Warsaw: Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport: For those travelling from Warsaw serviced by Polski Express. See also: Routes/Timetable

By train

The Polish State Railways have train connections from Warsaw and Gdansk as well as Bialystok. There are also direct trains to/from Cracow during the summer.

See: Polish State Railways

By car

You can easily get there by car from Warsaw, Gdansk and Bialystok.

By bus

Many international connections (see Poland::By bus).


Get around

There is a bus network with 33 bus lines, including 6 suburban lines and 2 night-time lines. An 11 km tram network is planned; 15 Tramino cars were ordered from Solaris in September 2012. The network is expected to be completed in 2014.

The buses are approximately ontime but each bus comes only 1-3 times in an hour. Bus ticket can be purchased on the bus. For students, three-time tickets costs 4,2 złoty.

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