Bialystok Railway Station in Poland

The Bialystok Railway Station is one of the most important stations in Poland. The main hub in the city of Bialystok, the station is mostly referred to as the Bialystok Central, in order for it to be distinguished from the other six railway station in the city.

The Bialystok Central was opened in 1861 under the name Bialystok stacja kolejowa. Recently, the station has been completely renovated, and is one a modern station, facing the heavy traffic. It is one of the best railway stations in Poland, and also one of the most crowded. There are direct connections from the Bialystok station to the stations of Warsaw, Katowice, Poznan, Krakow, Gdansk, Lodz Kaliska, Wroclaw, Szczecin in Poland and even international stations, including Grodno in Belarus and Vilnius in Lithuania.

Sightseeing near Bialystok Railway Station

The sights offered are absolutely stunning and tourists will adore the surroundings. The Former Jewish Ghetto, the Ul Prozna, the Botanic Garden, the Art Gallery and Museum, the Bialystok Park, the Old Town, the City Hall are some of the most popular sites, as well as the Royal Castle or the Pawiak Prison Museum in Warsaw.

The Best Western Hotel Zubrowka is one of the most comfortable hotels, located right in the heart of the city. For prices starting at PLN 420 per night, a tourist can relax in a lavishing single room. For prices starting at PLN 70 per night, tourists can choose a double room at the Ostoja Hotel.

Address: Mikolaja Kopernika, Bialystok, Poland

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Sources: Visit Bialystok, Panoramio

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