5 bus routes were announced for the World Cup matchdays today:
- Khrabrovo Airport – Kaliningrad Stadium – Pink
- North Railway Station (Severnyj) – Stadium – Blue
- South Railway station (Juzhnij) – Stadium – Red
- Official Parking – Stadium – Black
- Official Parking – North Railway Station – Green
Continue reading “Free shuttles to the Kaliningrad Stadium”
Warsaw is a great tourist destination. As well as a transit point for travelers who wish to visit Kaliningrad. Let’s see what transport options are currently available. Planes, buses, trains, connections… Continue reading “How to get to Kaliningrad via Warsaw”
Kaliningrad region has one airport Khrabrovo and it under reconstruction for the FIFA World Cup now. Most of the flights are domestic. Popular destinations are Saint Petersburg and three different Moscow airports: Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo.
Connection in those cities will be most popular option for those who will travel to see football matches for long distances.
Two more World Cup Host Cities have direct flights from Kaliningrad – to Yekaterinburg and Kazan. Second can be very useful for B2 team fans in June 2018.
Other Russian destinations are Novy Urengoy, Ufa, Cherepovec.
International Flights from Kaliningrad airport
2017 was memorable for good news about international flights: now we got new flights to Berlin (Germany), Warsaw (Poland), Prague (Czech). It’s a nice option for Deutschland and Polska fans to start their World Cup journey to Russia. Continue reading “Flights to Kaliningrad: international and domestic”
One of the recent questions from one of the travelers was: “How to get from the airport to Kaliningrad?“.
First of all there is a shuttle bus that goes every 40 minutes. Check the timetable from KGD Airport below. The ticket price is 80 RUB, aprox. 1.3 EURO or so. Sounds perfect, isn’t it?
You can check the schedule for both directions at Khrabrovo Airport Official Site.
Second option is a taxi ride. Some taxi apps shows me the prices starting from 500 Rub or so to the city center. Also there are special information desks with taxi-agents that could help you to get the ride to the destination you require.
And annoying taxi drivers that are looking for customers on their own – least recommended but sill an option too. 🙂
Also you will find several Car Rental companies inside the Khrabrovo Airport Building.
And one more exclusive option! Kaliningrad Guide Blog would like make a limited offer for our readers: free airport transfer! Just let us know in the comments below or using the Contact Us form that you need help with getting to Kaliningrad or back to the Airport. The only requirement is to write later a short review on your stay in Kaliningrad. Share some tips and ideas that could be useful for those who will travel after you.
Have a good flight! And feel free to send your questions about visiting Kaliningrad.
Ok, Kaliningrad Guide Blog already posted an article on buses from Gdansk to Kaliningrad, but we see that some tourists are having difficulties when they plan arrival to the Gdansk Airport. Therefore, we will show you how to get from there to the city center where you will find the right buses.
Here is the best website for the Gdansk Public Transport information: trojmiasto.jakdojade.pl. It works in all major cities in Poland.
This service offers you the English interface, so you will be able to find Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport, but you wind find a train station using English language, just type in Dworzec Glowny, which mean Main Station.
You will see that there are three available direct options: SKM, 210 bus and N3 night bus if you arrive very late. In addition, you will see options with connections, but usually it doesn’t save you a lot of time. Continue reading “How to get from Gdansk airport to Kaliningrad”