There are 12 tram lines and 76 bus lines (including 7 express, and 16 night lines) in Szczecin. Normal and reduced tickets are available.
- single fare – temporary ticket
- 10 fare ticket booklet (9 + 1 free)
- 1 day and multiple days – bearer ticket
- monthly ticket
- 3-month ticket
- semestral: 4 and 5 months for students and pupils – reduced tickets
- personal ticket
- group ticket
- family ticket
- tourist ticket
Detailed information on the official ZDiTM website.
In the summer of 2014, a municipal bike system Bike S was introduced. It has 35 stations in the entire city.
How to use Bike S?
- register on the website, accept the terms and pay 20 PLN,
- after registration you’ll receive an e-mail and login, and PIN via SMS.
On the website you can:
- top-up your account
- update you personal data
- Pay Pal
- via money transfer
- by cash - ul. Wojska Polskiego 105 (SPP cash desk).
Szczecin has 8 railway stations with the greatest, and one of the oldest in Poland, Szczecin Główny. From this station you can reach all bigger cities of Poland, and most of the smaller. Many international trains departure from Szczecin as well.
Thanks to agreement with VBB (Berlin Brandenburg), the VBB railway tickets are valid in all tram and bus lines in Szczecin, as well as, in Berlin and other Brandenburg cities. The ticket is valid from the moment of purchase until the 3 PM the next day. Groups of 5 can purchase Berlin-Brandenburg-Tickets for 5,40 Euro for a person, that entitles the hlders to travel around Szczecin. there are 6 direct trains daily, connecting Szczecin and Berlin.
The Szczecin-Goleniów airport is located 47 kilometres away from the city centre. There are regular flights to Warsaw, London. Liverpool, Dublin, Oslo, Stavanger.
air carriers: LOT, WizzAir, Ryanair, Norwegian
There are numbers of tourist cruises around the Oder river and the Szczecin’s port. In April 2008 was establishes a water transport to Swinoujscie. There are plans of establishing a waterway connecting Szczecin and Berlin.