Below is a detailed map of the railways of Poland. You can zoom in by using the +/- buttons or by using the wheel on your mouse whilst hovering over the map.

The map has been extracted from the Railway Map of Europe with kind permission of the publishers.
You can purchase copies of the full map, as well as rail timetables, from The European Railway Timetable website


Poland is the largest and most populous eastern European country in the EU and its attractions range from the sandy Baltic coast and wooded Masurian Lakes plateau, through historic cities such as Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw, Wroclaw and Krakow, to the mountainous regions along the Czech and Slovak border. Long-distance trains within Poland are operated by PKP InterCity , using a number of different brand names; while more local services are mainly run by Przewozyregionalne (Polregio) and some are run by local regional councils. The latter category includes the steam service between Poznan and Wolsztyn. Reservations are compulsory on Inter City services.

Some Polish cities, such as Szczecin, Kostrzyn and Gorzow Wielkopolski are an easy day excursion from Berlin. Most visitors to Poland for a longer stay will find the Berlin – Warsaw Express via Frankfurt-an-der-Oder a speedy and comfortable journey to the heart of the country. There are also regular international night and day connections from the Czech Republic and Austria. There is a new daily connection with Lithuania by taking the PKP Intercity service from Krakow & Warsaw and changing at Mockava for a connecting service to Kaunus & Vilnius. Regular overnight services are still running to Ukraine from Premsyl to Lviv and Kiev and from Warsaw via Dorohusk to Kiev, despite the war situation. In Spring 2023 a new local service began from Kroschienko to Kyhriv and Sambir in Ukraine.

TG November 2021