Pomerania and the Tri-City boast a well-developed transport network. Tourists and residents can use PKP (Polish State Railways) trains to get to all of the Voivodeships’s sixteen districts. It is a fast and economical way of travelling. The network lets you travel easily between the towns and cities of our Voivodeship. The Tri-City and its environs provide a convenient transport solution – SKM (Fast Urban Railway), which runs from Słupsk to Tczew, through Gdańsk, Gdynia, Wejherowo, and Lębork. At peak hours, the trains run every few minutes, which makes the trip quick and comfortable.

            Traversing Pomerania by train also holds sightseeing pleasures. PKP’s connections between the cities and towns of our Voivodeship are convenient, while also providing great and memorable sights. The Pomeranian railway network is relatively dense, but not every place can be quickly reached by a PKP train. That is why we recommend taking the Fast Urban Railway (SKM). Tczew, Wejherowo, Kościerzyna, Lębork, Malbork, and the Hel Peninsula can best be reached on an electric train.