Lubiąż is a very small town 50 km to the north-west of Wrocław which is the largest city in South-West Poland.
Information for drivers: This year at the Slot Art Festival, there will be parking for 300 cars. It will be guarded by members of the security team. Parking will cost 25 PLN for the whole festival or 6 PLN per day.
If you plan to get to the festival by public transport you should first get to Wrocław (railway station: click here ) and then to Wołów by train or bus. Wołów is a town between Wrocław and Lubiąż (close to Lubiąż) and it has better connections with Wroclaw. From Wołów you can go by bus to Lubiąż.
Below you will find some of the major airports in Poland with information about transport between the airports and railway stations.
Poznan Airport is linked with city centre by City Public Transport Company (MPK).
Express Line L: Airport – Central Railway station (journey time about 20 min.) | check timetable
Night bus line 242 : Airport – central railway station (journey time about 30 min) |check timetable
More information: here
Krakow Airport is served by two bus lines and fast railway line:
Bus lines: 292 and 208. Check here
Fast railway line to the centre of Krakow – Operted by “PKP Przewozy Regionalne Sp. Z o.o.” The train service provided by PKP Przewozy Regionalne Sp. Z.o.o is the fastest link between the centre of Krakow and the airport. Travel time is 16 minutes. More information: here
Warszawa Airport -Bus lines provide transport service between F. Chopin airport and Warsaw districts:
Line 175 goes to:
» “Warszawa – Centralna” railway station – “Dworzec Centralny” bus stop (approx. 25 minutes)
» city centre – “Centrum” bus stop, transfer to the underground (approx. 30 minutes) See the route of 175 bus service
Line N32 (night) will take you from Frederic Chopin Airport to “Warszawa – Centralna” railway station. See the route of N32 bus service
See the bus fares: here
Bus No. 406 operates every 20-30 minutes on weekdays and every 40 minutes on Sundays and holidays to the Central Railway/Coach Station.
See precise timetable: here
In case you are wondering about having to get a visa for Poland:
Within the European Union’s borders, visas are not required.
Citizens of the following countries can travel to Poland without a visa:
Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong (special administrative region), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao (special administrative region), Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Uruguay, the Vatican, Venezuela.
Visas are required for citizens of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
Detailed information about visas: www.msz.gov.pl
You can check bus and train connections here: http://www.e-podroznik.pl/