Sure! There are 7 bus stops in Lublin with USB ports where you can charge your smartphone for free:
No, it is forbidden to smoke at the bus stop and close to it. If you want to smoke, please move aside. Otherwise, you can get a fine.
There are two types of tickets in Lublin – reduced and regular.
Pupils of public primary schools in the Lublin municipality and people over 65 are entitled to free travel on Lublin public transport. For more information on reduced fares click here.
The reduced fare (50%) is valid for children, students and young people up to 26 years old. Entitlement to the discount must be confirmed with a document (e.g. ID card)
All other passengers, who are not eligible for free or reduced fares, use regular tickets. Important! Two reduced tickets are equal to one regular ticket.
Tickets can also be divided into single journey tickets, time tickets and bus stop tickets.
A single-pass ticket can be purchased via the EMV cashless payment system. This ticket entitles the holder to travel once on any route from the starting point to the end point without changing.
A time-limit ticket entitles you to travel on any route with the possibility of changing vehicles within the time period indicated on the ticket. In Lublin we have 4 types of such tickets: 15, 40, 90 minutes and 24 hours.
Bus stop ticket is a payment made by using LUBIKA mobile application. It is calculated for the number of stops on the basis of the entry and exit registration (check-in/out). This ticket entitles you to travel once on any route from the start stop to the end stop at the most.
There are two ticket zones in Lublin. The first one is located in the city area, the second covers suburban areas.
Lublin Airport is located in the 2nd Ticket Zone, so if you want to go to Lublin by public transport, you must buy a Ticket Zone 1 + 2 ticket (reduced or normal – depending on the entitlement).
The railway station is about 3 km from the centre. To get to the centre by public transport, it is necessary to choose a 15-minute ticket (discounted or normal, depending on your entitlement).
Yes. A ticket bought at a ticket machine at a bus stop or inside the bus is not valid automatically after purchase, so it must be validated immediately.
No, the possibility of entering the Old Town by car applies only to those cars that have received the appropriate permit. Guests who have booked a hotel or an apartment in the Old Town should contact the reception regarding the possibility of entry. The Old Town is monitored, so entering without a permit is associated with a fine.
Yes, it is possible to get around the Old Town by bike and electric scooter. Cyclists (riding single-track bicycles) can enter from ul. Noworybna. However, it is forbidden to enter the Old Town by Krakowska Gate, the Grodzka Gate and the Trinitarian Tower where the pedestrian paths are marked. You should also be extremely careful. Electric scooters from Bolt and blinkee.city will automatically slow down to 12 km/h after entering the Old Town. It is forbidden to enter the area using electric scooters during outdoor events (e.g. city festivals – Night of Culture, Carnaval Sztukmistrzów or the Jagiellonian Fair).
Electric scooters are available throughout the city, except for peripheral areas. There are 20 parking lots for scooters. It is forbidden to leave electric scooters on the Plac Litewski, Krakowskie Przedmieście (from ul. Kapucyńska to ul. Królewska ), Saski Garden, and the Old Town (from May 1st to October 31st). The application blocks the possibility of ending the ride in these areas (leaving the scooter will be associated with further charging).
Speed limits for electric scooters up to 12 km/h have been introduced in the city for safety purposes. The restrictions apply to Krakowskie Przedmieście (from ul. Lipowa to ul. Królewska), Plac Litewski, Saski Garden, and the Old Town. After entering these areas, the scooter will slow down automatically.
Taxi companies in Lublin offer two tariffs – day and night. A 3 km long taxi ride during the day (e.g. from the Main Train Station to the city centre) should cost about PLN 15. At night, the price of such a trip will increase to PLN 20.
Zloty (PLN) is the currency of Poland. There are coins (PLN 1, PLN 2, PLN 5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50) and banknotes (10 PLN, 20 PLN, 50 PLN, 100 PLN, 200 PLN, 500) available. The euro is not a common currency in Poland.
1 zloty = 100 groszy
Paying by a card is as common in Poland as paying in cash. You can easily pay with a smartphone with NFC or a contactless card.
You will find card terminals in supermarkets, souvenir shops, museums, restaurants, hotels, etc. In addition, you can sometimes pay by card at ticket machines on the streets and in city buses, as well as in taxis. If you are going to buy something at small grocery stores or stalls, you should have some cash in your pocket. ATMs are available all over the city. A commission may be charged.
On public holidays – banks, offices, shops, supermarkets and some museums or art galleries may be closed. Public holidays in 2021 and 2022:
Trading on Sundays is prohibited in Poland. Only small local shops, Żabka shops and the Carrefour Express markets are open. There are, however, exceptions during the year.
Trading Sundays in 2021 and 2022:
It is common to tip in restaurants. Usually this is 10 percent of the final amount. If you want to tip, leave cash on the table after paying.
It is forbidden to cross the street on a red light. Otherwise, you may get a fine.
Polish phone numbers start with +48 or 0048.
The voltage is 230 V, 50 Hz. In Poland, standard European double plugs are used.