Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Gliwice is in the Silesian Voivodeship of Poland.
Katowice International AirportThe most convenient way to get to Gliwice by plane is by flying to the airport of the regional capital Katowice. The airport is the fourth biggest in Poland.
By trainGliwice Railway Station is located in the northwestern edge of the city centre.
There are connections from many Polish cities, especially from the regional capital Katowice. The train ride from Katowice takes a little less than half an hour. Tickets cost 6 zł with Koleje Śląskie trains and 11 zł with TLK trains.
By busLeoExpress offers a few daily connections from Kraków and Ostrava. Fares from Kraków are usually 20 zł for a one way ticket.
Gliwice Radio Stationaddress: Tarnogórska 129The 118-meter-high radio tower it is the world's tallest wooden tower and main city landmark. It played a role in worldwide history as a place where the staged "Polish attack" on German radio station happened and gave reason for a Nazi counterattack and the beginning of World War II. The connected museum is very small where in one room a film is shown about the Gliwice Provocation and in the other room some installations can be seen that were set up in the radio station in the 1930s. All information about the installations and machinery is in Polish.
phone: +48 32 231 44 94address: Pod Murami 2Dating back to the mid-14th century. In the castle is a branch of the Gliwice Museum.
phone: +48 32 231 08 54address: Dolnych Wałów 8a19th century residence. In the villa is a branch of the Gliwice Museum.
phone: +48 884 966 966address: Rynek 3/2Facial treatments and massage in a relaxing, modern environment.
phone: +48 531 629 685address: Rynek 3A place to try Polish and other Eastern European food.
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