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        Car Hire & Travel Information

        Katowice is the capital and largest city of Silesian Voivodeship, Poland. Located in the middle of the province on the banks of the river Rawa, Katowice's historical importance as Poland's main industrial centre has been indisputable for decades. 

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        by plane

        Travelers by plane can arrive at Katowice International Airport (KTW), known also as Pyrzowice. The airport is 34 km (21 mi) from the city center. Katowice is one of the major hubs for Hungarian low cost airline Wizzair, as well as a major destination for Ryanair. 

        By train

        Katowice Dworzec PKP is the city's major railway center, and is a hub for rail transport throughout Silesia and much of southern Poland. The station serves as a hub for national rail operator PKP Intercity, regional rail company Przewozy Regionalne, and provincial operator Koleje Śląskie. 

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        By plane

        Katowice Pyrzowice Airport

        Travelers by plane can arrive at Katowice International Airport (KTW), known also as Pyrzowice. The airport is 34 km (21 mi) from the city center. Katowice is one of the major hubs for Hungarian low cost airline Wizzair, as well as a major destination for Ryanair.

        Visitors can also arrive via Kraków's John Paul II International Airport (KRK), known to locals as Balice. The airport is centered 68 km (42 mi) east of Katowice, or about a 45 minute drive. 

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        Public transport

        All public bus and tram transport in Katowice is supervised by KZK GOP, a comprehensive transit system that serves nearly the entirety of the Silesian Metropolis, with one of the largest tram networks in Poland.

        Many bus stations of the Passengers' Municipal Communication are situated in the core center of the city. At each bus-stop there is an information board with bus routes and where they go. 

        What to see

        Although Katowice is not blessed with an ancient historical core like Kraków, Wrocław, or Zamość, the city does contain enough attractions to draw in visitors. Thanks to massive revitalization projects in the city center in recent years, Katowice has started to lift its notorious reputation as a industrial gray landscape. 

        St. Mary's Street. Once a dilapidated part of the city, St. Mary's Street was given a massive makeover in the early 2010s. Today, this pedestrianized zone has become a popular place for Katowicians attracted by its many pubs and growing number of restaurants. 

        3rd of May Street. Often cited as one of the most expensive streets in the country, the busy ul. 3 Maja is one of Katowice's primary centers of public life and commerce. 

        Spodek. Completed in 1971, this indoor sports arena and concert hall has been described as a tilted UFO landing in the middle of a city. Indeed, its unusual part socialist, part science fiction design have made the Spodek one of the most famous arenas in the country and a symbol of the city.

        Silesian Insurgents Monument. A communist-era monument unveiled in 1967, this winged memorial commemorates the Polish insurgents of the three Silesian Rebellions between 1919 to 1921, who fought Weimar German forces in Upper Silesia in order for the region to join the Second Polish Republic.

        Kościuszko Park. Within the park is the Katowice Parachute Tower, built in 1937 and originally used as a training ground for parachutists.


        Katowice is blessed with a lively theatrical scene ranking among one of the best in the country. Unfortunately for non-Polish speakers, the scene is largely restricted to the Polish language, meaning that most productions will be linguistically inaccessible for visiting foreigners. However, there are occasional productions offered in English.

        Silesian Theatre, 2 Main Market. Katowice's main repertory theatre, located in the city center.
        Theatre Korez, 2 Plac Sejmu Slaskiego. A theatre company well-known for being involved in some of the most cutting-edge theatre in Katowice.
        Theatre Cogitatur, 9a Gliwicka Street. An experimental theatre troop known also as the former organizers of A Part Festival.
        Theatre A PART. A contemporary visual and physical theatre group, formed by Marcin Herich, actor, director and organizer of theatre events. They are also organizers of A Part Theatre Festival.

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