The station is located on the left bank of the Oder, in ul. K.Kolumba in the New Town. In the nearby, there is the Kaskada shopping mall.
Ticket windows: PKP Intercity is selling tickets for connections operated by PKP Intercity, open 24h a day; Przewozy Regionalne ticket windows and the Railway Information Office are open from 7.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m., Ticket vending machines of PKP Intercity.
Cafés, confectioneries, groceries, salad and sandwich bars, newsagent's stands, bookshops, chemist’s, exchange office, ATM. The exchange office is open 24h a day. The post office is open Mondays to Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The newsagent’s stand is open from 5 a.m. to 11 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: firstname.lastname@example.org – the security employees at the given railway station will be ready to help you within 15-20 minutes.
Accessibility of the Station
Ramps for disabled people are situated 180 m from the main entrance to the station hall, you can reach platforms II, III and IV from platform I, 60 m from the level of platform I, you can access the hall of the station.
THE SZCZECIN GŁÓWNY RAILWAY STATION is one of the oldest railway stations in Poland. The first train arrived at the station, named Berlinerbahnhof at that time (Berlin railway station), on 15 August 1843, initiating the first railroad in Pomerania. The station building, altered a lot of times and reconstructed after World War II and existing to this day, had been constructed around 1900. The station also includes an air-raid shelter located next to it. It is the largest civil shelter of World War II in Poland. Nowadays, the Szczecin Główny station awaits a profound refurbishment. According to the plans, by the end of 2014, an integrated hub consolidating railway, road, bus and tram transport will be built at the station and in its nearby. Near the station, there will be a hub of Szczecin Metropolitan Region.