The station is in the city centre, in the vicinity of the bus station, Poznań International Fairs, Poznań University of Economics and Adam Mickiewicz University. The station is located in ul. Dworcowa, in a quarter between the following streets: Zachodnis, Głogowsks, Dworcowy Bridge, Przemysłowa i Spichrzowa (earlier also ul. Składowa)
Bus stop (plac Dworcowy) buses no.: 51, 68, 234, 235, 239, 240, 243. Tram stops (Most Dworcowy) 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 18 (Dworzec Zachodni) 8, 14, 18, 238, 252 (Bałtyk) A, 6, 63, 69, 77, 240, 251 (Rondo Kaponiera) N, 21, 2, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14 (Niedziałkowskiego) 71 (Niezłomnych) 71, 232, 243
Ticket windows: PKP Intercity, Przewozy Regionalne Koleje Wielkopolskie open 24h a day. Ticket vending machines: PKP Intercity, Przewozy Regionalne Koleje Wielkopolskie.
the New Station Office – phone number: (+48 61) 63 31 659 , e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cafés, confectioneries, groceries, newsagent's stands, bookshops, chemist’s, exchange office, ATM. Open from 6 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.
If a person of limited mobility needs help at the station, he/she needs to inform an operator about it at least 48 hours before the start of the journey in one of following ways:
1) informing an employee working in the ticket window when buying a ticket,
2) calling the 24h helpline 19-757,
3) by sending an e-mail to the following address: ICpomocnadlon@intercity.pl
4) via a special form available on the website of PKP Intercity
Through security employees of the station, PKP S.A. provides help within the scope of moving around the station (the list of railway stations where such help is offered may be found below), including platforms and underground passages. Security employees and train staff also help people having difficulties with entering and leaving a train.
It is also possible to ask for help in moving around the station by calling 22 474 13 13 or sending an e-mail to the e-mail address: email@example.com – the security employees at the given railway station will be ready to help you within 15-20 minutes.
Accessibility the Station
Entrance from Dworcowy Bridge – no obstacles. In the case of accessing the New Station from level 0 from the station square, it is recommended to use the lift next to platform 1 (approx. 20 m from the car park/ bus stops); the lift connects with the station hall. In the hall, there are two lifts connecting with platforms 2 and 3.
The station building of the Poznań Główny railway station started its operation in 1879. Built of a characteristic red brick, it quickly became the mark of the city. It appeared in Poznań postcards and became a must on the tourist map of the city. Destroyed during the war, it was rebuilt in classical style. In the course of the next alteration in the end of 1960s and in the beginning of 1970s, it acquired modernist features. On 29 May 2012, President of the Republic of Poland Bronisław Komorowski ceremonially opened the new station building. The building was constructed in the extremely short time – from the beginning of construction works to the opening of the building to passengers, there were only 10 months. Nowadays, it is a 3-level building. Apart from the Central Railway Station in Warsaw, it is the only railway station built over the platforms. The Poznań Główny railway station is an integral part of a multifunction integrated communication centre – an investment built on the grounds owned by the railway companies. Besides the station, the investment includes: a bus station with 19 platforms, multi-storey car park for 1,500 cars, new communication and road scheme connected with the network of local roads and a modern shopping mall. The functions of the integrated transport in the region of the station is supplemented by a municipal investment – a stop of Poznań tram rapid transit. The integrated communication centre is a project implemented as part of the public private partnership. On the basis of an agreement, a private investor constructs a station and a shopping mall together with the road infrastructure and a car park on a plot owned by PKP S.A. In 2012, the Poznań Główny Railway Station was used by over 14 million passengers.
- Dostęp na peron za pomocą pochylni/podjazdu
Dostęp na peron za pomocą windy/platformy pionowej
- na peron 1, 2, 3